Codemasters have confirmed details of the classic cars, drivers and tracks which will feature in F1 2013.
A total of 11 cars from past seasons will feature along with 15 different drivers. Each driver is associated with at least one car and team as follows:
|Car||Original Driver||Legend Driver|
|1980 Williams-Cosworth FW07B||Alan Jones||Alain Prost|
|1986 Lotus-Renault 98T||Mario Andretti||Emerson Fittipaldi|
|1988 Ferrari F1-87/88C||Gerhard Berger||Michael Schumacher|
|1988 Lotus-Honda 100T||Satoru Nakajima||Mika Hakkinen|
|1988 Williams-Judd FW12||Nigel Mansell||Damon Hill|
|1992 Ferrari F92A||Jean Alesi||TBC|
|1992 Williams-Renault FW14B||Nigel Mansell||David Coulthard|
|1996 Ferrari F310||Michael Schumacher||Gerhard Berger|
|1996 Williams-Renault FW18||Damon Hill||Jacques Villeneuve|
|1999 Ferrari F399||Eddie Irvine||Jody Scheckter|
|1999 Williams-Mecachrome FW21||TBC||Alain Prost|
The 1980s cars plus Jerez and Brands Hatch will be included within F1 2013. The 1990s cars and the Imola and Estoril tracks will only be available as part of F1 2013: Classic Edition. The latter version will be limited to 10,000 copies in the UK.
The game will be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC format on October 4th.
Pre-order F1 2013
NB. The PC version of the Classic Edition is available via download only.
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