Formula 1 Grand Prix
Formula 1 Grand Prix is an old DOS racing game, developed by MicroProse Software, designed by Geoffrey J. Crammond and published by MicroProse Software in 1991. It's available for download. Formula 1 Grand Prix is also part of the MicroProse Grand Prix series.
Also known as: World Circuit
Downloads for Formula 1 Grand Prix
Trouble running this game? Check out the F.A.Q.
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At the copy protection screen, type anything and press enter. If you still have problems, try typing "require".
Player modes: single player, multiplayer (LAN / local)
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick, wheel, gamepad
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
Graphics: MCGA, VGA
Sound cards supported: Adlib, Sound Blaster, Roland
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- Qazuhb - 04/08/2018 11:44Help! How do I enter the car setup screen to change wing levels, gear rates etc? I played the game a lot in the '90s but just can't remember this!
- Melroy - 25/02/2017 00:48Start the game by executing 'go.bat'.
'A' is throttle, 'Z' is brake ',' is left and '.' is right. My favourite game when I was young! I played it toooo much :D.
Gear up / down via Alt and space bar. 'P' is pause.
Via the Fx-keys you can enable automatic or manual gears and more settings.. (F1 til F6).
- Paul - 01/02/2015 13:11Thanks a lot - weirdly, the first time I played it I needed to refer to the manual, but since then you're right, I can just type anything. It always asks for the same word, so if anyone else has that problem, try typing "require" Great download, thanks guys!
- AbandonwareDOS - 11/01/2015 12:54Hello Paul, just type anything and press enter at the protection screen and you will get past it.
- Paul - 11/01/2015 00:00No manual - can't get past the first Manual Protection screen :(
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