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F1 features eight tracks to race on: San Marino, French, British, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, and Australian. While the game does not include licensing, the track names represent the countries where the real life track that the one in the game is based on is located. These tracks can be raced on in one of two modes of play: Arcade or Grand Prix.
Arcade does not feature all of the details found in Grand Prix. The objective is to finish the race at or above the target position set before the race. Eigth position is the target for the first track, seventh for the second track, and so on, until you eventually aim to finish in first place on the last track.
Grand Prix adds two elements not found in Arcade mode: qualifying runs and car set up. Car set up allows players to adjust a number of items; tires can be set on soft or hard; the engine can be placed on high power or high torque; the transmission can be set on automatic or manual; and the wings can adjusted to 30, 45, or 60 degree angles.
Both modes of play include name entry screens and a selection of 4, 8, or 12 lap races. During races players can view the track map, their speedometer, current lap, and current position. ~ Jonathan Sutyak, All Game Guide