How Do They Get Away With It: F1 Cars In Video Games – WTF1

How Do They Get Away With It: F1 Cars In Video Games

It’s not just official racing games that feature F1 cars. The Internet Game Cars Database sees a huge list of every car ever to appear in a video game and it includes Formula One cars too.

Below are some of the more unusual examples of F1 cars in video games.

Car: Delgado
Based on: Maserati 8CTF 1938
Game: The Saboteur (Playstation 3, Xbox 360 2009)

Car: Pronto
Based on: Maserati 250F 1954
Game: Micro Machines V4 (Playstation 2 2006)

Car: Monarch MK 1
Based on: Lancia-Ferrari D50 1956
Game: MotorStorm: Pacific Rift (Playstation 3 2008)

Car: B-Dasher
Based on: Honda RA272 1965
Game: Mario Kart DS (Nintendo DS 2005)


Car: Ferocious 312
Based on: Ferrari 312 BA 1970
Game: Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (Playstation 1999)

Car: 180
Based on: Tyrrell P34 Ford 1977
Game: Choro Q (Playstation 2 2003)

Car: 198
Based on: Jordan 198 Mugen Honda 1998
Game: RC de Go! (Playstation 1999)

Car: F1 car
Based on: 2004 Jaguar R5 Ford
Game: Twisted Metal: Head-On (PSP 2005)

Car: Target
Based on: McLaren MP4/19 2004
Game: Micro Machines V4 (Playstation 2 2006)

Car: Toy Krieger WTR
Based on: McLaren MP4/22 2007
Game: Burnout Paradise (Playsation 3 2008)

Click the via link below to see the full Internet GameS Cars Database.

Thanks to ajokay85 for the tip



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