If you want a special setup for playing F1 2013 that provides unbridled immersion, this has to be it: all you need is a high spec PC, a projector screen and a D-box motion rig . Oh, and probably a substantial wad of cash too.
Alan was fortunate enough to put F1 2013 through its paces on this rather swanky setup courtesy of Codemasters. Sit back and enjoy as he takes us for a spin round the new Estoril track which is part of the '90s content that makes up the much publicised classic content in F1 2013 which we had previously seen little of compared to the '80s cars and tracks.
Unsurprisingly, Alan reports that F1 2013 ran super smoothly on the PC, though the same probably can't be said for the ride from the jostling DBox. Let's just hope F1 213 doesn't suffer the same fate as Grid 2 where the game ran impeccably smooth on PC but was a stuttering mess on consoles at times.
Happy Chilton! Daddy paid up!
It's a saying, not to be taken literally.
True you can see it from a certain perspective, I had great fun while playing though. Going off-road and driving in the bushes with no idea where I would end up simply added to the enjoyment.
Hardly poor, lol.
At the end of the day, all he does is bring money in to the team. Bianchi is the one that has managed to get in the points.
You can hardly say he has been a success in F1. I appreciate he is at a lesser team, but despite him finishing 20 odd consecutive GP's he was always at the back end. He's never up there battling and threatening to get in the points, unlike Bianchi.
Poor old Max, but then he has enjoyed a ticket for some time. It's somebody elses turn now it seems, but the "I want another go" will probably see him back in the car after too long.