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Codemasters reveal full Classic Edition for F1 2013
Posted: 16.08.2013 15:12 by Simon Priest Comments: 0
The previously announced 80s and 90s car and track content for F1 2013's Classic Edition has now been fully listed by Codemasters. 1980s Cars & Drivers and two tracks are offered to normal F1 2013 copies.

The 1990s Content is entirely exclusive to the Classic Edition, as is the Classic Tracks Pack adding Imola and Estoril. F1 2013 releases on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 October 4th in the UK.

Codemasters has posted a new trailer entitled 'This is Formula 1' to show off their 80s and 90s treats for Classic Edition owners, narrated by broadcaster Murray Walker.


1980s Content (F1 2013 & F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION)

Tracks:
Circuit De Jerez – former host of the Spanish GRAND PRIX™
Brands Hatch – legendary former home of the British GRAND PRIX


1980s Cars & Drivers:

1980 Williams FW07B
Original Driver: Alan Jones
Team Legend: Alain Prost

1986 Team Lotus 98T
Team Legend: Mario Andretti
Team Legend: Emerson Fittipaldi

1988 Ferrari F1-87/88C
Original Driver: Gerhard Berger
Team Legend: Michael Schumacher

1988 Team Lotus 100T
Original Driver: Satoru Nakajima
Team Legend: Mika Hakkinen

1988 Williams FW12
Original Driver: Nigel Mansell
Team Legend: Damon Hill


1990s Content (F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION only)

1992 Ferrari F92 A
Original Driver: Jean Alesi
Team Legend: TBC

1992 Williams FW14B
Original Driver: Nigel Mansell
Team Legend: David Coulthard

1996 Ferrari F310
Original Driver: Michael Schumacher
Team Legend: Gerhard Berger

1996 Williams FW18
Original Driver: Damon Hill
Original Driver: Jacques Villeneuve

1999 Ferrari F399
Original Driver: Eddie Irvine
Team Legend: Jody Scheckter

1999 Williams FW21
Original Driver: TBC
Team Legend: Alain Prost


Classic Tracks Pack (F1 2013: CLASSIC EDITION only)

Imola– former host of the San Marino GRAND PRIX
Estoril – former home of the Portuguese GRAND PRIX
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