Summary: Way to go, I finally find a game like NFS that you can race on your own as your career. I played it and it was thrilling. The graphics, game, cars, handling and others are also perfect. Support F1, buy it or you will be sorry.
Summary: This game has great graphics! I, for one, love F1. I know the tracks, and LOVE to race. I think some people know nothing about racing so they think it's dumb, but it's a great game. The race car drivers do crash into you, that is really how it is in F1.
Summary: Experience the Excitement of Formula One™ from 1999 to 2002. F1 Challenge '99-'02 is the only F1™ game to feature four complete seasons of racing action. That's 14 teams, 44 different vehicles, 34 drivers, and 17 of the world's most famous racing circuits configured as they were for each Formula One...
Summary: Quite frankly, THE best F1 game out there. Anyone who says different just can't get to grips with the controls, or has very little patience*. Driving the cars is a tad twitchy, but what do you expect from an F1 car averaging F1 speeds?
Summary: This game is fantastic!The best F1 game I have played for years,the graphics are superb and the attention to detail can't be beaten,you can even get marks on your car from collisions! The crashes and damage model add to the atmosphere.
Summary: This game is fantastic! The best F1 game to date for sure. The graphics are brilliant, the sound is amazing and the career mode out of this world. The idea of starting as a rookie driver and then building your reputation and status up for FOUR WHOLE SEASONS IS INGENIOUS! Wait there is more...
Summary: A good game, takes a while to get used to the handling of the car. But once you get used to it, you should do well. One thing I dont understand is how Ralf Schumacher and Alex Zanardi struggled so much in the 1999 Williams as I drove the car and won 3 of the first 4 races!
Summary: A long time ago, I played an Indycar game on the PS1 with a career mode, & after all these years, we've finally got one for F1. The great thing about this game is that you actually feel a real need to perform well.
Summary: While the F1 games I find have became increasingly stale with each creation being almost identicle to the last, I bought this game as my last hope for a decent F1 game on the PS2...thank God I did! The main selling point is its season career mode.