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F1 Mobile Racing: Design Your Dream F1® Car and Dominate the Grid

Monday September 7th heralds a new era for F1 Esports. The series that has broken ground since hitting screens in 2017 will for the first time ever hold a smartphone-based championship, exclusively on F1 Mobile Racing, the official F1 mobile game from Codemasters.

Ever since Pole Position in 1982, Formula One (F1) has always played a part of the racing genre in video games. Early Formula One games were typically arcade racing games, before Formula One Grand Prix (1991) popularized Formula One racing simulations on home computers.

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Formula One racing games made the transition to 3D computer graphics with Namco's arcade game Winning Run (1988).[2] Later arcade manufacturers began developing games in this style, like Sega with its Virtua Racing (1992), and later Namco again with Ace Driver (1994), which featured futuristic, F1-like cars.

The first true Formula One racing simulators on home computers were Chequered Flag (1983) and Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix (F1GP) in 1991. Chequered Flag featured fuel depletion and car damage, and a set of several real circuits. Previously, most racing games representing Formula One, such as Accolade's Grand Prix Circuit and Electronic Arts' Ferrari Formula One, had been arcade-style games, but F1GP paid more attention to the physics of the cars, in addition to innovative graphics and accurate rendering of the actual racing tracks. The game, released in 1992, was based on the 1991 season. Over the years, the game had sequels Grand Prix 2, 3, and 4 (based on 1994, 1998, with a 2000 update, and 2001 respectively).

Sony concluded their Formula One series with the releases of Formula One 06 on the PS2 and PSP and Formula One Championship Edition on the PlayStation 3. In 2008, Codemasters obtained the F1 license,[7] beginning their own annual Formula One video game series. The first game of the series, F1 2009, was released on the Wii, PlayStation Portable and iOS, with the Wii version supporting the Wii Wheel for motion-controlled steering. Subsequent annual sequels were released on non-Nintendo consoles and personal computers, with F1 2011 also being available on eighth-generation handhelds and F1 2016 also available as a paid mobile title on iOS and Android. Besides the Wii U port of the F1 Race Stars spin-off, subtitled Powered-Up Edition, no other Codemasters F1 game has been available on a Nintendo console.

While Electronic Arts publishes the main F1 racing games, Frontier Developments developed and published the management simulator F1 Manager 2022, which holds the official license for the 2022 season.

In addition to simulation-based titles and even outside the racing genre, Formula 1 cars have been made available as mods in many different video games over the years, either through models ported from pre-existing titles (such as EA Sports' F1 Championship Season 2000), or scratchbuilt. Due to their prevalence and real-world performance, these cars are popular choices to mod into games such as the Need for Speed and Grand Theft Auto franchises. The 2002 freeware title GeneRally also features a large range of Formula 1 seasons available for download, each car rendered in just 40 polygons.

A list of Formula One video games that lists only those uses the F1 name, whether it is licensed by the Formula One Group or just F1 in name; is licensed by racing drivers and teams involved within the series otherwise featuring sprites that resemble a Formula One car in a way to get around licensing, featuring deliberately misspelt driver and team names; is named after a Grand Prix race that appear in the F1 calendar or those that features races that appear in the F1 calendar. Thus far, F1 games are playable on the following, numerous platforms: Arcade, SG-1000, Intellivision, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari 7800, Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Commodore 16, Commodore Plus/4, Amstrad CPC, MSX, Amiga, Atari ST, Atari Jaguar, PC DOS, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear, TurboGrafx-16, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Master System, Sega CD, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, iOS, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Mac OS X, Wii U, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, macOS, Android, tvOS and Linux.

On Wednesday, racing game developer Codemasters released a trailer for its upcoming mobile gaming title, "F1 Mobile Racing," which it is co-developing with Eden Games for autumn launch as a free-to-play title on iOS, and later, Android devices.

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The trailer confirms car customization, both visual and performance-oriented, and the presence of all 10 teams and 20 drivers from the 2018 Formula 1 season. Online multiplayer is a confirmed feature, and though no player count per match is established, the "Duel" mode suggests just mano a mano. Also apparent from the trailer is a standardized car model, which appears to be shared between all teams. Silverstone Circuit is the sole racing venue shown in the trailer, but the inclusion of all 21 of this year's Grand Prix destinations is confirmed in a developer blog post.

The apparently limited multiplayer of one-on-one racing shears off the need for online race marshaling, which is often needed in racing games due to the combined anonymity and lack of consequences, which encourages behavior that would otherwise get one banned from racing in real life.

F1 Mobile Racing is being developed by Codemasters. The company also published the well-known simulator F1 2019 and 2020, so their mobile game is simply a smaller version of their flagship franchise. It also includes custom liveries and upgrades for your car, single and multiplayer matches and gets regularly updated with new content.

GRID Autosport is another mobile title by Codemasters. You might be familiar with the game since it was originally released for console and PC in 2014. Unlike F1 Mobile, GRID Autosport is not exclusively focused on only one genre of racing and offers different modes. For example, you can race on dirt tracks as well as through the city.

The racing aspect itself is not in the foreground when it actually comes to the racing itself, as cars are represented by simple icons on the circuits. However, the entire world before the races and preparations are incredibly detailed and still create an immersive and exciting feeling.

One of the most popular mobile racing titles is Asphalt Legends 9. The game is not about realism and trying to create a simulation experience, but entertains with its over-the-top game design and crazy features. It still offers realistic graphics which makes the game even more appealing. You get the looks of a common racing experience, but suddenly you lift off, crash luxurious supercars without consequences, perform the wildest stunts and have fun doing shenanigans on the road.

The market for mobile racing games does not only offer the classic need for speed action with Formula 1 cars or karts, you can also mount two-wheeler. Racing Fever: Moto features a range of motorcycles to choose as your vehicle to make your way through the traffic of huge metrocities.

Another mobile game for passionate bikers is Traffic Rider. Similar to Racing Ever: Moto, you have to race through highways with lots of traffic and find a way to overtake other vehicles. Traffic Rider comes with several modes: career, endless, time trial and free Ride.

How about you check out an incredibly popular esports racing titles where the tournaments have some of the highest prize pools in the scene? The racing game series KartRider might not be well known in some parts of this world, but it counts as most successful racing title in South Korea.

No matter if you are an avid motorsport fan or simply a casual gamer, it seems like nearly everyone has played Mario Kart at some point in their life. The popular series also boasts a mobile version: Mario Kart Tour. Since the series surrounding the plumber with his trademark moustache counts as one of the most successful video games franchises, the mobile racing game has just as many fans. Over 123 million fans downloaded the game in the first month of its relase alone, according to news page Sensortower.

From the imaginative and playful universe of Mario Kart straight back to one of the most realistic racing experiences you can get for your mobile device. As its name already suggests, Real Racing 3 by publisher Electronic Arts puts much emphasis on realism. The game features a huge range of licensed cars from the biggest car manufacturers in the world and also real circuits.

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