• Aug 16, 2011
Attention Formula One fans, your work day is officially ruined. Well, it will be come the first quarter of 2012. That's when Codemasters plans on releasing a new browser-based F1 game. Top teams, tracks and cars will be available on the same machine that you normally use to read Autoblog.com when you should be updating the TPS reports.

F1 Online: The Game will allow you to race for McLaren at Silverstone or Lotus at Monaco. Feeling more adventurous? You can create your own team and manage all aspects of it. That means running the research, marketing and team functions of your very own F1 entity. Excited? We haven't even told you the best part yet – the game is free. Hear that noise? It's the sound of IT departments battening down their firewall hatches across the country.

If you can hardly contain your excitement, you can sign up on the game's website for updates on its launch.


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      ZooZoo
      • 3 Years Ago
      Free?! Whats the catch ??
      Tilps
      • 3 Years Ago
      CodeM driving games sux
        cashsixeight
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Tilps
        You're joking, right? Pro Race Driver was better than Gran Turismo in terms of driving dynamics, damage, AI, etc. The only thing GT had for it was graphic quality.
          KaiserWilhelm
          • 3 Years Ago
          @cashsixeight
          Never heard of that game, but their F1 games are awful.
          Torquey Luv
          • 3 Years Ago
          @cashsixeight
          pro race was good its time but the last f1 game they made was a pos