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           -F1 World Grand Prix- N64  
            Version 1  <July 8,2001>
            By:Luis Solis
    I. Introduction
    II. Controls
    III. Difficulty Settings
    IV. Drivers
    V. Tracks
    VI. Grand Prix Mode
    VII. Challenge Mode
    VIII. 2 Player Mode
    I. Introduction
    11 Teams. . . .
    22 Drivers. . . .
    17 Tracks. . . .
    1 Goal. . . .be World Champion.
    F-1 World Grand Prix brings all the Formula One action right into your
    home. With 17 official tracks and 22 drivers, you can take Mika Hakkinen
    through the streets of Monaco or the highspeed track in Germany. Take on
    a friend in 2 Player Mode or be placed in real life events that happened 
    during the '97 season. F-1 World Grand Prix has everything you would want
    in a Formula One game and much much more.
    II. Controls
    -Main Menu-
    A: Accept
    B: Go Back
    -In Game Controls-
    A: Accelerate
    B: Brake
    Cl: Left Side Mirrors
    Cr: Right Side Mirrors
    Cd: Rear View Mirrors
    Cu: Change Views
    Start: Pause
    D-Pad/Analog: Move Car
    Z: Put Car in Reverse(car must be stopped completly)
    III. Difficulty Setting
    - Option of setting brake assist/acceleration assist
    - Little damage done to car
    - Cars give way for passing
    - No brake/acceleration assist
    - More damage done to car 
    - Passing is harder
    - Tires tend to ware out faster on this setting
    - Turns have to be taking carefully(spin outs occur very easily)
    - Lots of damage done even in slight bumps
    - Cars won't give up spots without a fight
    - 107% Rule in effect during qualifying
    IV. Drivers
    Damon Hill
    Pedro Diniz
    Driver Williams(name can be edited)
    Heinz-Harold Frentzen
    Michael Schumacher
    Eddie Irvine
    Jean Alesi
    Gerhard Berger
    Mika Hakkinen
    David Coulthard
    Ralf Schumacher
    Giancarlo Fisichella
    Olivier Panis
    Shinji Nakano
    Johnny Herbert
    Nicola Larini
    Jos Verstappen
    Mika Salo
    Ukyo Katayama
    Jarno Trulli
    Rubens Barrichello
    Jan Magnussen
    V. Tracks
    The tracks are listed in the order they appear in the Grand Prix mode. I 
    am not including car settings since that is really up to the driver 
    preference. Experiment with different settings to see what you find best. 
    Tyre choice is really up to the player. Extra pit stop with soft tyres 
    but better handling. Also the pit stops seem to last the same weather 
    you change tyres or not or put in 2 laps worth of gas or 20 laps of gas.
    Fairly easy track with no bumps. Lots of good places to pass.
    Medium difficultly course with some downhill running. Fast in some places 
    while somewhat slow in others.
    The turns in this course are little bit harder. Be careful not to 
    accerlerate to early in the turns. 
    -San Marino-
    Track gets a little narrow in certain places. Again don't accerlerate to
    early in the turns as that will send into the walls.
    The hardest track on the circut. Almost impossible to run side by side.
    Be very careful not to hit the wall while passing. Also be careful on 
    the U-turn that is near the middle of the course, that is a very slow
    turn. Be careful on the pit exit as it is very narrow.
    This course has some sudden right angle turns, but they are not too 
    difficult.Be careful with the U-turn as you tend to ram into the wall
    Be careful not to take to much speed on the two mini turns next to the 
    pit entrance because you may end up hitting the wall on the last turn.
    One of the fastest tracks on the circut, be sure not to overshoot the 
    turns because of the sudden turns. Don't take the first turn too fast.
    On the first turn, take it slow and go to the right as it may seem that
    it is to the left.
    Really fast track with some sudden turns. Be careful not to overshoot 
    the turns.
    VI. Grand Prix Mode
    Go through the entire Formula 1 season in your quest to become World 
    Champion. Here you will go through 17 races and earn points for not only
    the Drivers Championship, but also for the Constructors Championship.
    (If the setting is on Champion, the 107% Rule is in effect. This means 
    when you qualify, your time has to be within 107% of the best time)
    VII. Challenge Mode
    This is one of the coolest things about this game. In the Challenge Mode,
    you have to get through events that happened in the 1997 F-1 season.
    There are three different divisions.(In Challenge Mode the game is set
    on the Professional setting)
    In these events, your goal is to move up in position in the amount of 
    time given.
    Your goal here is to keep your postion and move up if possible.
    In these events, your car goes through problems such as losing a tire or
    losing your brakes.
    ? ? ?
    VIII. 2 Player Mode
    Take on a friend for some friendly competition.(In this mode only two 
    cars are on the track, yours and your competetors)
    Have any comments or suggestions for this guide, feel free to e-mail me
    at PiMp4715@aol.com
    This guide is copyright by me Luis Solis and may not be copied or used 
    for profit without written consent by me. If you wish to use this document 
    in it's entirety, e-mail me for permission as I will most likely allow it.
    If you wish to only use a small part or section of this guide, all I ask 
    is that give proper credit.
    This document Copyright 2001 Luis Solis

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