Formula One Grand Prix
MicroProse Formula One Grand Prix (1992) video game fan website.
Formula One Grand Prix (known as World Circuit in the United States) is a racing simulator released in 1992 by MicroProse for the Atari ST, Amiga and PC created by game designer Geoff Crammond. It is often referred to as Grand Prix 1, MicroProse Grand Prix, or just F1GP.
This website is neither endorsed by or related to Microprose, Hasbro, Geoff Crammond or Formula One.
Save file editors - SetLevel and SetNames
Two tools created by Trevor Kellaway, used for editing the information within F1GP/WC save files, have been added to the File Archive section of this website. The tools can also be used for modifying the settings during the course a championship season.
SetLevel v1.0 allows the modification of the game difficulty level within a saved game file.
SetNames v1.0 allows the modification of driver and team names within a saved game file.
ArgTrack version 0.2
A new version of ArgTrack has been released. ArgTrack is a simple, semi-functional track editor for F1GP.
Changes compared to the last version:
- Initial GP2 track conversion (track and pit lane sections only)
- Initial track validation
- Can rearrange track sections, pit lane sections and best line segments
- Can insert track sections, pit lane sections and best line segments among others, not just at the end
- More/better track command and argument descriptions
- Much more detailed documentation
F1GP Lap Time Calculator (LapCalc)
The Lap Time Calculator for Microprose Formula One Grand Prix (F1GP) has been released.
LapCalc is a command-line program that calculates the lap times of the computer-controlled cars, for a given set of performance parameters (AI Grip, Car BHP, Driver Qualifying Skill, Track), using a database file.
The program is available for download in the File Archive section of this website:
Inverted F1GP Tracks v0.1
"Inverted" original 16 F1GP tracks have been released. The tracks were created by Fredrik Meyer. The tracks are available in the File Archive section of this website:
All tracks here are just like the original ones, except they have been "inverted", meaning that all track sections that used to go uphill now go downhill and vice versa.
In some locations, track objects "bleed" through the track and other objects. To avoid this, a number of trackside objects should be rotated slightly to follow the new track gradient. At the moment, they do not. Something for the future...
- Google Group for fans of Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix / World Circuit (1992) game to stay in contact more easily. The forum is a replacement for the old Yahoo Group.
- Old Yahoo Group designed to allow fans of Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix / World Circuit to stay in contact more easily. A mailing list is provided for community discussions. The information on continuing developments, as well as general conversation relating to the game are welcomed. Posting on the Google Group is now preferable.
- Website containing game and track editors, miscellaneous tools and documentation related to F1GP, created by Fredrik Meyer.
- Modern F1GP editor compatible with Windows XP, Vista SP1, 7, 8, 8.1 or 10.
- A simple, semi-functional track editor for Formula One Grand Prix by Geoff Crammond and Microprose.
- Website covering everything related to the Amiga version of Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix simulation game, published by MicroProse. The website contains information on competitions, utilities, patches, mailing lists, etc.
- Wikipedia website about the 1992 racing simulator video game.
- Website containing custom tracks, carsets, editors, and numerous other tools, as well as a forum, related to MicroProse Grand Prix 2 (GP2).