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Альтернативное название:Formula One Grand Prix
Разработчики:MicroProse и Geoff Crammond
Издатель:MicroProse
Модель распространения:розничная продажа
Жанры:Racing / Simulator / Sport / 3D
Multiplayer:Отсутствует

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вышла в октябре 1992 г.

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- COURSE - FRONT - REAR - BRAKES - GEARS (1-6)

Adelaide ---- 28 -- 30 -- 2 -- 22 31 39 48 55 63
Barcelona --- 31 -- 33 -- 8 -- 25 31 38 47 56 63
Estoril ----- 24 -- 26 -- 6 -- 25 31 38 46 55 64
Hockenheim -- 02 -- 03 - 11 -- 30 37 44 51 57 61
Hungaroring - 30 -- 32 -- 5 -- 23 30 36 42 49 56
Imola ------- 26 -- 30 -- 6 -- 24 32 40 48 56 63
Interlagos -- 28 -- 30 -- 6 -- 24 31 37 43 50 57
Magny ------- 09 -- 13 -- 8 -- 25 33 41 49 56 63
Mexico ------ 40 -- 40 -- 6 -- 25 33 40 47 55 62
Monaco ------ 59 -- 62 -- 2 -- 21 26 33 39 45 52
Montreal ---- 09 -- 22 -- 7 -- 25 32 39 47 55 63
Monza ------- 09 -- 11 - 11 -- 27 34 42 50 58 66
Phoenix ----- 48 -- 52 -- 7 -- 24 31 37 43 50 57
Silverstone - 17 -- 19 -- 7 -- 28 38 42 49 56 63
Spa --------- 26 -- 29 -- 8 -- 25 34 42 48 56 65
Suzuka ------ 18 -- 20 -- 9 -- 24 33 40 48 56 64

INTERLAGOS: BRAZIL

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.699 Miles/4.325 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 71
Total Distance ---------- 190.848 Miles/307.075 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 16.392 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 19.089 Seconds

A circuit that demands a great deal from the transmission with numerous gear
changes. The long left hander can also make it very exausting for the drivers
who have to fight the strain on their kneck muscles.

It's important to be quick on the two long 200mph straights, cars can be set
up with very little downforce. However, this makes th inner sections of the
track more difficult to drive with the wheels loosing some grip and the cars
feeling jumpy and twitchy.

From the pits straight, flat out in 6th at 200mph, you sweep left and
thenright for Curva1 and Curva De Sol then wind up for the long curva 2
lefthander and accelerate past reta oposta in 6th gear at 190mph. To slight
left handers after curva 3 and storm through the forth gear feradura. From
here you need to get into a good rhythm to take you through a series of slow
winding bend: Laranji (2nd gear, 55mph) then Prinhearinho, Bico Do Pato (2nd
gear 55mph) and finally, Merghulho. Curva 4 taken in 2nd or 3rd gear is next,
a bumpy slow left hander.

This corner is important in that taken properly it can put you in a good
position to approach the long left hander that leaves to the pit straight
Arquibancadas. Winding up through Subida its quite possible to line yourself
up to "get a tow",
slipstream a car in front of you and overtake.
                                        
IMOLA: ITALY

Length Of Circuit ------- 3.132 Miles/5.040 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 61
Total Distance ---------- 191.075 Miles/307.440 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 21.877 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 26.531 Seconds

A bumpy, brusing anti-clockwise circuit where the cars run little wing and are
often struggling for grip or clipping the kerb.

From the grid, you roar towards Tamburello, a long, fast 6th geat left hander
that pushes you into speeds in excess of 170mph.

Accelerating into Rettifiolo, the cars can reach 200mph before they brake for
Tosa, an off-camber tight left hander thats taken at 2nd in 60mph. Here you
have a good chance of getting on the brakes late and overtaking but its not
easy. Double back up the hill to a fast left at Piratella, flat out in 4th,
then change into 5th just as you leave the bend.

Next, down the hill into the long left hander towards the Acque Minerale
chicane. The appoach is off-chamber and blind; you have no view of the "S"
until you are in it an 2nd at 50mph. Here, there is a tendancy to bounce from
one side of the track to the other and many drivers spin off this corner.

Then flat-out through the small chicane at Variante Alfa and down towards two
bumpy left handers, Rivazza, that shake the car so much you can hardly see
where you are going.

Back in 5th, you approach Bassa, a right hand chicane that leaves you a bit
blind with no idea where the apex is, then weave through Traguardo and back
into the finishing straight.

MONACO

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.068 Miles/3.328 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 78
Total Distance ---------- 161.332 Miles/259.584 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 20.344 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 24.368 Seconds

The Qualifying laps for this circuit are very important because it is
practically impossible to pass anybody here unless they make a driving error
or crash.

The cars are set up for maximum downforce and suspension is a little softer to
deal with the many bumps on the course.

After the mayhem of the first bend at Sainte Devote, when the field tries to
squeeze through, you pass Roses Bar flat out in 6th at 170mph, great uphill
straight but full of dips, bumps, and manhole covers that make the car judder
and thump.

Then to Casino, hard through the left-hander and quickly right downhill, off
camber, almost brushing the barrier as the road gets narrower, slipery and
very bumpy.

Mirabeau next; a tight simple, second gear bend. Accelerate sharply then brake
practically to a standstill for Loews. This is a first gear, 40mph, hairpin
that needs maximum lock (many drivers increase the lock of the car for this
Race). Often, there is a procession of cars here and if your not in the first
6 then you have to wait your turn.

Accelerate gently through Portier then flat out into the Tunnel, 3rd, 4th and
5th. The improved lighting in the tunnel means that its not so much of a shock
coming out of the daylight but you have to be careful; the dirt, grease and
oil does not get washed away by the rain and this is not the place to skid.
Roar out in 6th at about 175mph, stay well out to the right and line up for
the Nouvelle Chicane. Take this fast in 4th, left- right zigzag but this
narrow section needs to be driven with utmost precision. One touch of the kerb
and your out of the Race.

Out of the chicane, flat out in 5th, the road widens and you head for Tarbac
and the Swimming Pool complex. in 3rd, 2 esses, acceleerate briefly, brake
hard and almost touch the barriers with the right hand side of the car. La
Rescasse next, than in 2nd for Antony Noghes, accelerate out of this bend,
roar through the gears and then in 6th heading for the finishing straight.

MONTREAL: CANADA

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.753 Miles/4.430 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 69
Total Distance ---------- 189.975 Miles/305.670 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 19.837 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 22.077 Seconds

A fast circuit comprising of a succession of hard braking and accelerating.
Drivers take off downforce which make the slower sections much more difficult
and emphasis the uneven surface.

From the start, the cars proceed into the slow left/right 1st gear Island
Hairpin, taken at 45mph. The drivers get a lot of wheelspin as they leave this
corner and build up to the long extended "s" bend which they can approach in
5th at 160mph. Then its flat out in 6th, 180mph to 185mph along the back
straight before slamming on the brakes for the 1st gear, 40mph Pits Hairpin.
Its very important to get a good, fast exit out of this bend, then right,
left, through what is thought to be the most dangerous part of the circuit
with high concrete walls on either side of the track. Past Old Pits and into
6th gear, than accelerate through the straight at 175-185-195mph. This is the
fastest section of the track and leads to one of the least favorite corners
mong many drivers, down to 5th, 160mph, a quick right-left. Its very easy clip
the kerb and spin off here either on entry or on the apex, but if you come out
of it well, it sets you up for a charge down the finishing straight.

MEXICO CITY: MEXICO

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.747 Miles/4.421 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 69
Total Distance ---------- 189.584 Miles/305.049 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 16.696 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 16.788 Seconds

A hard, bumpy circuit, which needs lots of gear changes but generally very
fast. The cars require little downforce and becoaus of the high altitude
almost 20% of power is lost but this compensated by a reduction in drag.
Concentration is vital on this course. Drift off-line and you find dusty parts
of the track with little grip. Mexico can also have vicious bumps that can
cause a lot of damage to the car and knock the breath from your body.

After a long straight, the fastest on the course in 6th at 190mph, and one of
the best places to overtake, you brake hard onto the 1st corner, down to 55mph
in 2nd or 3rd. Right, left, right into the shorter straight flat out towards a
long series of bends, the Esses. Its easier if you can get into a rhythm
because they are very similar. When you hit the back streight in 6th and head
for Peralta, a notorious corner taken in 5th at 160mph and a challenge to any
driver, exit on a kerb than accelerate to 170mph past the grandstand.

MAGNY-COURS: FRANCE

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.654 Miles/4.271 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 72
Total Distance ---------- 191.120 Miles/307.510 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 14.559 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 19.168 Seconds

This new course in the World championships. Smooth and challenging, doubling
back on itself, with fast fourth-fifth gear corners and first gear hairpins as
well a long top-speed straight, Magny-Cours has been built to appel to the
Formula One spectators and TV crews alike.

The circuit has several constant radius corners but the cars are set up to
carry less downforce. The 5 fast straights mean that acceleration and top
speed are more important than the fraction of a second to be gained at corners
when carrying more downforce.

After the pits straight, you roar into a fast left hander which changes into a
slow left hander at Big Bend. Taken in 4th or 5th, this propels you into a
slow left hander it Big bend then turns into a long sweeping right hander:
Estoril Bend. Taken in 4th of 5th, this propels you into the long back
straight, past the Golf Course Bend, in top at 190mph.

After the fastest point, brake hard for the 1st gear hairpin at Adelaide Bend
and turn into the infield part of th course. Swing into the 2nd or 3rd gear
Esse then a short straight before Nurburring, a slight right, then a sweeping
right, then a sweeping left which turns into a double- apex 180 degree bend
that throws you into another short straight almost parallel with the previous
one.

Next, a 5th gear left handler, Imola, which leads into the fast 4th gear bend
at Chateau d'Eau then another short straight, under the bridge and into the
chicane before you take a good line sharp right into the Lycee Bend, then flat
out across the finishing line.

SILVERSTONE: BRITAIN

Length Of Circuit ------- 3.202 Miles/5.153 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 60
Total Distance ---------- 192 Miles/309.180 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 20.939 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 26.379 Seconds

The circuit has been altered for the 1991 Championship because it was
considered far too dangerous. A bend such as Club corner taken in 6th at
185mph with no run off track particually hazardous.

Copse is a forth gear corner that pushes you into a fast straight leading to
Maggots, where you swing into the "S" shaped Beckets in 2nd or 3rd. This slows
the cars down and provides a better specticle for the cars down and provides a
better spectacle for the crowd. Then the cars roar away from Chapel along the
Hangar Straight, under the bridge, towards the double apex right-hander Stowe;
taken in 3rd of 4th at 100mph.

After the Vale complex you have to take Club, a 3rd gearleft-hander that
throws you into the Abbey straight, a favorite overtaking stretch. In 6th, at
185mph sweep into the Farm Straight and a fast right under bridge towards
Priory and Brooklands.

Two second or third gear left-handers followed by two right-handers ending at
Luffield, then its flat out along the fast Woodcote and through the finishing
straight.

HOCKENHEIM: GERMANY

Length Of Circuit ------- 4.227 Miles/6.802 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 45
Total Distance ---------- 190.236 Miles/306.900 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 37.087 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 43.569 Seconds

There are 3 chicanes on the circuit, one fast and two that have to be taken
slowly. the rest of the course is a series of streights.

This means that to have good top speed almost all downforce is taken off, and
the cars are a horror to drive with no grip and twitchy on any bend. From the
start you take a 4th gear right hander at 140mph, then put your foot down till
you hit 6th at 200mph for the fastest part of the course. Brake hard for
Chicane 1 which hooks sharp right and can be taken in 2nd at 50mph but if you
drive a bad line you may be forced to drop to bottom gear. Up through the
gears again, flat out, 200mph for the sweeping right-hander then brake again
for another chicane which you take in 2nd at 50mph, come out of that and
roarinto Ostkurve, one of the fastest bends of any championship course, take
it in 6th, 200mph. Slow down for Chicane 2, drop to 4th or 3rd, then flat out
for the rest of the straight until Agipkurve. thisis the most difficult part
of the circuit and tends to wear out tyres prematurely. Drivers have not built
up any rhythm for the bends and all concentration is loston the long
straights.

Approaching Sachskurve, slip to 4th, line the car into the right-hander, foot
down, sweep round, then second gear to take the hairpin, speed up, line up the
car for the tight right-hander, brake lightly and roar out of Opelkurve in 3rd
towards the finishing straight.

Hockenheimring is a good overtaking circuit but the slow chicanes require
brutal braking and brakes tend to cool off on the long straights making them
less efficient. Most drivers find it difficult to establish a satisfactory
rhythm on this course.

BUDAPEST: HUNGARY

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.466 Miles/3.968 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 77
Total Distance ---------- 189.851 Miles/305.536 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 16.147 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 21.547 Seconds

A tough but reletivly slow circuit with a large number of corners and a few
straights. Its difficult to overtake on this course and you have to be quite
patient, waiting for the right moment. Cars are usually set upfor more
downforce to gain the advantage of good grip on the numerous bends.

Roaring away from the start, downhill, flat out in 6th at 185mph, the pit
straight is the main overtaking point on the course. Then through the first of
several constant radius corners at 130mph in 4th, a short back straight, then
a double-apex left-hander leading to a long sweeping right. Accelerate to
165mph in 5ht, sweep left then go into another double apex bend. Slow down for
a second gear chicane, then drive hard into a whole series of fast corners
before the constant radius Pit Lane bend throws you into the long finishing
straight.

The twisting up and down nature of the track means that the average speeds are
quite low, about 105-110mph and tyres wear out quickly as the drivers lose
patience and try to exit corners faster than the tyres will allow. Most teams
find that drivers come in for a tyre change much earlier than planned, if only
to get away from the queues that develop on this circuit.

SPA: BELGIUM

Length Of Circuit ------- 4.313 Miles/6.940 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 44
Total Distance ---------- 189.747 Miles/305.560 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 47.811 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 55.087 Seconds

Fast, challenging and exilerating, Spa is a favourite among Grand Prix
drivers. It successfully combines fast 6th and 5th gear corners with good 1st
gear hairpins and 2nd gear chicanes. Generally cars are set up with little
downforce.

From the start line, there is a short space of time before the cars reach the
1st gear, 45rpm La Source hairpin, the scene of many opening-lap shunts, as 26
cars brake from 160mph to 45mph while trying desperatly to overtake each
other. Then, its a Race up through the gears, downhill in 6th at 180mph, you
drop into the Eau Rouge dip, a slight left, then sweep right uphill past
Reidillon. This is one driving line you cannot afford to get wrong, one error
and your off the circuit!

Speed up through Kemmel and into a long straight, flat out at 195mph, weave
through Les Combes and then take Melmedy in 2nd.

This is a tricky 180 degree corner, downhill and off-chamber. Pouhon is next;
an extremely difficult left-hander that starts off in 6th, then drops to 5th
at 150mph. Through Les Fagnes and Stavelot then brake hard for the Bus Stop
Chicane. Bus Stop is the drivers least favourite corner, to be quick you have
to run over the shallow kerbs, which is always a risk.

The weather is always a big factor at Spa-Francorchamps and it is invariably
wet which results in small, hazardous steams crossing the circuit, making
driversadjust their driving line.

MONZA: ITLAY

Length Of Circuit ------- 3.604 Miles/5.800 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 53
Total Distance ---------- 191.009 Miles/307.400 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 21.114 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 26.061 Seconds

Monza is always full of screaming, hysterical crowds being marshmellowed by
even more hysterical officials. The drivers absorb the atmosphere and are
spurred on to perform to their utmost, especially if they are driving an
italian car.

The cars run little wing to take advantage of the very fast start/finish
straight, Rettifilo, which is crossed at speeds inexcess of 200mph. The track
has been modified to make it safer including the introduction of the 2nd
gearVariante Goodyear, a chicane that leads into the famous 5th gear Curva
Grande.

Flat out towards Lesmos in 5th there is another 2nd gear chicane: Curva della
Roggia before the double right-hander Curva do Lesmos corner. You take the
first part in 4th gear then power up to take the 2nd part flat out. These
corners have to be taken just right for any slight error will slow you down
considerably and puy you in a bad position for the 180 mph back straight,
Curva del Serragilo.

Then its a tricky 3rd gear chicane Variante Ascari, come out of this in 5th
and change down Rettifilo Centro at 190mph in top and brake hard for the
famous Curva Parabolica, a fast, 180 degree right-hander thats taken in 4th at
140mph. Accelerate to 160mph out of the bend, then storm through the finishing
line with your foot down ni 6th.

ESTORIL: PORTUGAL

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.703 Miles/4.350 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 71
Total Distance ---------- 191.951 Miles/308.850 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 18.751 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 22.837 Seconds

Estoril is a tough, tiring circuit with several long, constant radius and some
very bumpy straights. If the car is starting from near the front of the grid
then its wise to run a lot of downforce to cope with the long bends, but it
you are starting lowdown in the order then you must use less downforce,
otherwise you'll find it very difficult to overtake.

The start/finish line is in the middle of the circuits longest straight. cars
accelerate to 190mph in 6th before Turn 1, trying to overtake each other,
before braking into 4th gear corner. Turn 2 is another sweeping right-hander,
then its up to 5th for the short straight, brake hard for turn 3, the Martini
Bridge Bend, a tight double-apex right-hander. Its important to drive a good
line through the infield at estoril, avoiding the kerbs and the sandy, greasy
edges.

Turn 4 is almost a mirror image of the previous corner. Take the left- hander
in 2nd at 45mph, then Racew up through the gears, swing through the slight
right-hander, Turn 5, then flat out in 6ht at 180mph. This is probably the
best place to overtake on the whole circuit. Through Turn 6, a corner that
begins tight then opens out, foot down for a short straight and into the long
series of fast bends, Turns 7-8-9-10. Its important to maintain a good rhythm
through these bends, keep concentration, change up, change down, brake hard.

The final corner before the pit straight, Turn 11, is a real challenge for any
Formula One driver. its a long, constant redius sweeping bend that you enter
in 4th and leave in 5th, accelerating all the way, ready to get in position ot
overtake.

Estoril is a circuit thats not only hard on gears and tyres but also tough on
tyres; the long sweeping bends often mean that many drivers return to the pits
earlier than planned as the heat and rough surface take their toll.

BARCELONA: SPAIN

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.950 Miles/4.747 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 65
Total Distance ---------- 191.768 Miles/308.555 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 18.751 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 22.837 Seconds

A new circuit that has a wide range of corners from slow, 2nd gear to fast
4th/5th gear and includes a very long 200mph overtaking straight. In shape it
is very similar to Estroril but the surface is much smoother.

Drivers will have to compromise between downforce needed for the many bends
and the speed required for the pit straight. Most will opt for little
downforce and try to nurse their cars through the infield section.

From the start, accelerate through the gears, flat out in 6ht heading for Elf,
a slow left hander. if you are not in lead, this gives you a good opportunity
to overtake under braking. then, its a slight left before a long sweeping 4th
gear right-hander that you leave in 5th and speed up for the short straight to
Repsol; a corner which turns back on itself but whose angle progressively
widens. Next, a short burst of speed into seat, brake, drop to 2nd at 45rpm,
accelerate, then slight left, slight right before taking Wurth in 4th and
roaring off to Campsa, a fast, 3rd/4th gear right-hander.

After that its right and left through Nissan and flat out, up to la Caxia.
This is another corner that starts tight and opens out. Steer in, get on line
early and as the corner widens, move to the outside of the track. There is no
time to put your foot down before you reach the Banc Sabadell, along constant
radius bend.

Next comes the approach to the straight. Sweepright, foot down , then right
again take Renault in 3rd, change to 4th and charge out in 5th before hitting
6th, flat out, past the finishing line.

SUZUKA: JAPAN

Length Of Circuit ------- 3.641 Miles/5.859 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 53
Total Distance ---------- 192.952 Miles/310.527 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 36.996 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 43.506 Seconds

An interesting, undulating course and the only figure of eight in the Grand
Prix. Tiough, 6th gear corners combine with 1st gear hairpins to make tyre
stops essential. Little downforce is set because of the 3 long straights and
the cars generally feel sluggish in the corners.

The pits straight is a 6ht gear, 190mph charge where it is perfectly possible
to overtake, then its down to 5th for the First curve. You drift the car to
the left side of the track, down to 4th and Race out of the corner.

Next you came to a series of 4th gear bends (The S curve). Driving as tight a
line as possible through these, you leave Dunlop Curve with your foot down in
5th, going uphill and blind for the oncoming left- hander. The car feels light
as you roar over the bumpy crest and come down hard for the 2 right handers
Degner Curve and Crossover.

You now pass under the circuit and approach at a slow 40mph for the 1st gear
Hairpin Curve. This corner can play havoc with your rear tyres if you try to
exit too quickly and overspin the back wheels. Now line up the car for the
long double apex left hander. Enter in 4th but slow down for the 2nd part of
Spoon Curve for its quite easy to spin off here.

Next you get one of the fastest straights, 6th gear, 180mph, sweeping left
with both hands on the wheel, ease your car carefully through the slow Casio
Chicane then storm through flat out past the finishing straight.

ADELAIDE: AUSTRALIA

Length Of Circuit ------- 2.349 Miles/3.780 Km
Number Of Laps ---------- 81
Total Distance ---------- 190.292 Miles/306.180 Km
Lap Record (Qualifying) - 1M 15.671 Seconds
Lap Record (Race) ------- 1M 18.203 Seconds

A hard, unforgetting street circuit that requires numerous gear changes and is
very tough on brakes and tyres. The last Grand Prix venue of the champoinship
season and always very exciting as teams try to finish the year off with a
win. Adelaide has been responsible for deciding the outcome of several
championship, the most famous being Nigel Mansells blow out in 1986. Again,
there is a need to compromise; youll need a lot of 90 degree bends but you
will also need speed of the Jones and Brabhim straights.

After the start, you come to a fast 4th gear chicane at Wakefield Road, take
this at about 140mph then flat out towards the Finders Street complex. The
road is very bumpy here and the occasional manhole cover will knock the breath
out of you. Brake hard for a difficult 2nd gear 90 degree right hander then
left 90 degrees and right 90 degrees. Through East TerRace and a fast
off-camber left-hander, drop down to 2nd gear and steer a good line to hit
Jones's straight in 5th. Foot down, then a slight right and into Brabham
straight, under the 2 bridges flat out, 200mph in 6th.

Next you step on the brakes to take the tricky 1st gear 40mph hairpin and
speed up into 3rd for a deceptive tightening corner stay wide as long as
possible hit the apex late, brake, change down, take a line on the outside and
follow the curve of the bend to give you the smoothest possible exit angle.
Past Pits and right through Racecourse, brake hard, change down into 2nd for a
good fast exit into the finishing straight.

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17,7,1,1 ---- | Just ------ | Juste ------ | Fahren
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38,1,1,1 ---- | When ------ | Lorsque ---- | Wenn
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41,3,1,7 ---- | Unique ---- | Unique ----- | Deshalb
41,2,1,3 ---- | Rookie ---- | Pilote ----- | Rookie
54,1,1,11 --- | Chances --- | Fin -------- | Sich
54,1,1,3 ---- | Have ------ | Venez ------ | Von
55,1,1,6 ---- | Screen ---- | Que -------- | Den
60,2,1,8 ---- | Choice ---- | Choix ------ | Etwas
65,2,1,2 ---- | Programme - | Programme -- | Programm
65,4,1,2 ---- | Players --- | Joueurs ---- | Spieler
71,1,6,2 ---- | Long ------ | Dans ------- | Zerren
71,1,1,6 ---- | Great ----- | Transmissions| Durch
73,2,1,3 ---- | Grid ------ | Grille ----- | Donnern
73,4,1,1 ---- | Then ------ | Ensuite ---- | Weiter
75,6,1,10 --- | Tunnel ---- | Tunnel ----- | Dann
75,2,1,2 ---- | Cars ------ | Voitures --- | Boliden
77,1,2,3 ---- | Braking --- | Freinages -- | Beschleunigen
77,1,3,1 ---- | Take ------ | Rapides ---- | Boliden
79,1,5,1 ---- | Compensated | Perdue ----- | Rennstrecke
79,1,1,3 ---- | Bumpy ----- | Circuit ---- | Holperiger
79,1,8,1 ---- | Vicious --- | Votre ------ | Wichtigeit
81,2,1,4 ---- | Straight -- | Droite ----- | Donnern
81,1,1,3 ---- | A --------- | Course ----- | Es
83,2,1,1 ---- | Copse ----- | Copse ------ | Copse
83,1,3,4 ---- | Bend ------ | Comme ------ | Im
85,4,1,11 --- | Require --- | Chicanes --- | Schikanen
85,4,1,12 --- | Brutal ---- | Lentes ----- | Brutales
87,2,1,1 ---- | Roaring --- | Vous ------- | Mit
89,1,1,5 ---- | Spa ------- | Spa -------- | Spa
95,4,1,15 --- | Take ------ | Prenez ----- | Wieder
97,1,1,2 ---- | Interesting | Parcours --- | Interessante
99,1,3,3 ---- | Brakes ---- | Il --------- | Reifen
101,2,1,1 --- | Ferrari --- | Ferrari ---- | Ferrari
101,4,1,5 --- | Last ------ | Championnats | Drei
102,2,1,4 --- | Mansell --- | Chez ------- | Mansell
103,1,2,5 --- | Name ------ | Il --------- | Namen
104,1,1,8 --- | Turning --- | Formule ---- | Ken
109,2,1,1 --- | Formerly -- | Cette ------ | Ehemals
115,1,1,2 --- | Aim ------- | But -------- | Ziel
118,3,2,1 --- | Rest ------ | Repos ------ | Ruhezustand
119,3,1,5 --- | Four ------ | Ou --------- | Oder
119,2,2,3 --- | Is -------- | Fonction --- | Wird
119,3,2,3 --- | Minimum --- | Avec ------- | Zwischen
120,4,2,2 --- | Hot ------- | Et --------- | Wetter
120,4,1,6 --- | Into ------ | Selon ------ | Mittel
120,1,1,2 --- | Position -- | Position --- | Startposition
120,4,1,10 -- | Soft ------ | Moyens ----- | Weich
120,4,1,2 --- | Can ------- | Pneus ------ | Reifen
121,2,1,4 --- | Separate -- | Chaque ----- | Reifen
123,2,1,2 --- | Best ------ | Meilleure -- | Ideallinie
123,1,3,1 --- | Shape ----- | Forme ------ | Kurvenwinkel
124,1,1,4 --- | Try ------- | Essayer ---- | Versuchen
127,2,1,3 --- | Stays ----- | Reste ------ | Wird
135,2,1,5 --- | Must ------ | Doit ------- | Jeden
135,3,1,1 --- | Imagine --- | Imaginez --- | Stellen
137,1,4,4 --- | For ------- | Nouveau ---- | Um
137,1,1,9 --- | Accompany - | Il --------- | Gleichzeitig
137,2,1,8 --- | Driver ---- | Faire ------ | Doppelt
138,3,1,3 --- | Above ----- | Points ----- | Genannten
138,2,1,2 --- | Overtake -- | Doubler ---- | Erfolgreich
146,3,3,3 --- | He -------- | Gagner ----- | Er
147,3,1,7 --- | Top ------- | Premiers --- | Formel
150,1,1,4 --- | Problem --- | Aborder ---- | Ist
151,2,1,4 --- | Teams ----- | Les -------- | Grand
151,1,1,6 --- | Signed ---- | Contrat ---- | Honda
155,3,1,1 --- | Before ---- | Avant ------ | Vor
155,1,1,3 --- | Seem ------ | Sembler ---- | Als
156,1,1,1 --- | When ------ | Quand ------ | Sobald
156,5,4,1 --- | Subsistence | Prime ------ | Auslandszulage
156,1,1,3 --- | Pull ------ | Arrivent --- | Transporter
157,4,1,2 --- | First ----- | Moment ----- | Ersten
157,3,1,8 --- | Untimed --- | Pas -------- | Nicht
157,4,1,5 --- | Period ---- | Tour ------- | Immer
157,1,1,4 --- | Gone ------ | Bien ------- | Geht
158,1,1,3 --- | Saturday -- | Le --------- | Wird
158,3,1,2 --- | Track ----- | Piste ------ | Piste
158,4,1,2 --- | Three ----- | Reste ------ | Stunden
160,1,1,11 -- | Two ------- | Deux ------- | Mit
160,3,4,5 --- | Is -------- | Pied ------- | Kupplung
160,3,1,3 --- | Light ----- | Vert ------- | Licht
160,2,1,2 --- | Red ------- | Feu -------- | Rote
161,2,1,4 --- | Hear ------ | Aussi ------ | Zwischen
162,1,1,8 --- | Table ----- | Pleines ---- | Einen

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