The current season of Formula 1 has seen yet another raft of dramatic rule changes: everything is wider this season, both cars and tyres, as well as a bit heavier. There are also rules on stockpiling power units and even the livery of driver helmets.
Yep, it’s that time of year again; Codemasters roll the yearly iteration of the licensed F1 game off the assembly line. As the actual real world hits the business part of the season it is time to go virtual with F1 2014.
The third in the Grid series provides a window into the various forms motor racing can take in the modern world. It is an unflashy presentation of car racing that will test player’s abilities to adapt to different driving styles, opponents and tracks.
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