There’s not much new about Formula 1 in 2024, so Codemasters should take inspiration from these five other motorsport games.
IndyCar and iRacing have agreed a reunion deal which will see the series’ cars return to the hugely popular simracing platform in the coming days.
The future of Formula 1’s official esports series has been thrown into doubt following the cancellation of this weekend’s round.
After gaining the WRC licence, Codemasters finally deliver their successor to Dirt Rally 2.0. But does it match the great WRC Generations?
Motorsport Games, which acquired the licence to the IndyCar series last year, has confirmed it has ceased work on its official-licensed game.
EA Sports have confirmed their first officially licensed World Rally Championship game will be released worldwide in early November.
Oscar Piastri has received the biggest attributes boost in the latest driver ratings update for the official F1 game.
F1 Manager 23 takes scenarios from real races and challenges you to get the crucial calls right. RaceFans played a preview of the upcoming game.
Lando Norris said gamers should try iRacing or rFactor instead of the official Formula 1 series to get a realistic sensation of a racing car’s handling.
The second instalment of Formula 1’s official management game series will go on sale at the end of next month.
The ‘Braking Point’ story mode returns in the upcoming new Formula 1 game, F1 23. We played a preview of the new chapter.
The second instalment of Frontier Developments’ official F1 Manager series will be released in the summer with key tweaks to gameplay and a new mode.
EA Sports has unveiled a new multiplayer hub to F1 23, which resembles the Ultimate Team modes in its FIFA, Madden and NHL franchises.
Codemasters have revealed the first images from the forthcoming new edition of the official Formula 1 game, F1 23, showing the Las Vegas and Losail circuits.
With another year comes another collection of racing games for players to look forward to. Here are the ones RaceFans can’t wait to play.
Max Verstappen’s unhappiness over his disconnection from the Le Mans Virtual race isn’t the only cloud hanging over the simracing world.
Half of the Formula 1 drivers who contested the majority of last season have had their performance ratings cut in the final update for F1 22.
EA’s decision to stop all development on the Project CARS franchise likely means the end of the road for the simracing title. But why is this a loss for console-based simracers?
Max Verstappen has been given an even higher rating in the latest edition of the official Formula 1 racing game F1 22.
Audio from past Formula 1 races including thousands of team radio messages have gone into making F1 Manager 22 as realistic as possible.