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Formula 1 '98 FAQs
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for Playstation


Version 1.0
Date : 8/1/99
Written by Dai-Hee Ryu
E-Mail : spirits@soback.kornet21.net

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Revision History
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 Version 1.0 (8/1/99)
  - Third Release. Complete Version.
  - Added driver informations.
  - Added track informations.
 
 Version 0.3 (7/29/99)
  - Second Release. Complete team informations.
  - Added driver informations(not complete).

 Version 0.1 (7/28/99)
  - First release. Contain the team informations(not complete), 
    driver informations(not complete), and track infomtions(not complete). 


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Table of Contents
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 1. Instruction
 2. Controls
 3. Teams
    3.1. McLAREN
    3.2. MINARDI
    3.3. JORDAN
    3.4. FERRARI
    3.5. BENETTON
    3.6. PROST
    3.7. SAUBER
    3.8. WILLIAMS
    3.9. TYRRELL
    3.10. ARROWS
    3.11. STEWART
 4. Drivers
    4.1. David Coulthard (McLAREN)
    4.2. Mika Hakkinen (McLAREN)
    4.3. Esteban Tuero (MINARDI)
    4.4. Shinji Nakano (MINARDI)
    4.5. Damon Hill (JORDAN)
    4.6. Ralf Schumacher (JORDAN)
    4.7. Eddie Irvine (FERRARI)
    4.8. Michael Schumacher (FERRARI)
    4.9. Giancarlo Fischella (BENETTON)
    4.10. Alexander Wurtz (BENETTON)
    4.11. Jarno Trulli (PROST)
    4.12. Olivier Panis (PROST)
    4.13. Johnny Herbert (SAUBER)
    4.14. Jean Alesi (SAUBER)
    4.15. Heinz-Harald Frentzen (WILLIAMS)
    4.16. Williams Driver 1 (WILLIAMS)
    4.17. Toranosuke Takagi (TYRRELL)
    4.18. Ricardo Rosset (TYRRELL)
    4.19. Mika Salo (ARROWS)
    4.20. Pedro Diniz (ARROWS)
    4.21. Jos Verstappen (STEWART)
    4.22. Rubens Barrichello (STEWART)
 5. Tracks
    5.1. Melbourne (Australia)
    5.2. Interlagos (Brazil)
    5.3. Buenos Aires (Argentina)
    5.4. Imola (San Marino)
    5.5. Barcelona (Spain)
    5.6. Monte Carlo (Monaco)
    5.7. Montreal (Canada)
    5.8. Magny Cours (France)
    5.9. Silverstone (U.K.)
    5.10. A1 Ring (Austria)
    5.11. Hockenheim (Germany)
    5.12. Hungaroring (Hungary)
    5.13. Spa (Belgium)
    5.14. Monza (Italy)
    5.15. Nurburgring (Luxembourg)
    5.16. Suzuka (Japan)
    5.17. Roman Forum (Italy) 
    5.18. Stunt Track (Stunt Park) 
 6. Secrets and Cheat
 7. Credits
 8. Other FAQs


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1. Instruction
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 This document is my third FAQs/Walkthrough. My English is Correct ?
 Hm...I don't know. If any wrong correct, please mail to me.
 This is Formla One racing game, Officially Licensed Product.
 Featuring 1998 Formula One Season teams, drivers and tracks.


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2. Controls
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 2.1. Analog Pad

    Configuration Type 1

    Left Analog 
         Left : Turn Left
         Right : Turn Right
    Right Analog
          Up : Accelerate
          Middle : Break
          Down : Reverse
    Direction Pad Down : Look Behind
    R1 Trigger : Gear Up
    R2 Trigger : Camera Up
    L1 Trigger : Gear Down
    L2 Trigger : Camera Down
    Start Button : Pause
    
    
    Configuration Type 2

    Left Analog 
         Left : Turn Left
         Right : Turn Right
    X Button : Accelerate
    Square Button : Break
    Triangle Button : Reverse
    Circle Button : Look Behind
    R1 Trigger : Gear Up
    R2 Trigger : Camera Up
    L1 Trigger : Gear Down
    L2 Trigger : Camera Down
    Start Button : Pause


    Configuration Type 3

    Direction Pad Left, Right : Turn Left, Right
    Direction Pad Down : Look Behind
    Right Analog
          Up : Accelerate
          Middle : Break
          Down : Reverse
    R1 Trigger : Gear Up
    R2 Trigger : Camera Up
    L1 Trigger : Gear Down
    L2 Trigger : Camera Down
    Start Button : Pause


 2.2. Normal Pad

    Configuration Type 1

    Direction Pad Left, Right : Turn Left, Right
    Direction Pad Down : Look Behind
    X Button : Accelerate
    Square Button : Break
    Circle Button : Reverse
    R1 Trigger : Gear Up
    R2 Trigger : Camera Up
    L1 Trigger : Gear Down
    L2 Trigger : Camera Down
    Start Button : Pause


    Configuration Type 2

    Direction Pad Left, Right : Turn Left, Right
    X Button : Accelerate
    Square Button : Break
    Triangle Button : Reverse
    Circle Button : Look Behind
    R1 Trigger : Camera Up
    R2 Trigger : Gear Up
    L1 Trigger : Camera Down
    L2 Trigger : Gear Down
    Start Button : Pause


    Configuration Type 3

    Direction Pad Left, Right : Turn Left, Right
    Direction Pad Up : Accelerate
    Direction Pad Down : Break
    X Button : Gear Down
    Square Button : Look Behind
    Triangle Button : Gear Up
    Circle Button : Reverse
    R1 Trigger : Camera Up
    L1 Trigger : Camera Down


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3. Team Informations
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 3.1. McLAREN

      Car Name : McLaren Mercedes Mp4-13
      Team F1 Debut : 1966
      Years in F1 Racing : 32
      Car Designer : Neil Oatley
      Cheaf Mechanic : Roger Higgins and Tim White
      Wins : 105
      Constructor Wins : 7
      1997 Position : 4 (63 points)

      Engine
      Name : Mercedes-Benz FO110G V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 107kgs
      Height : 476mm
      Length : 590mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump
      Lubricants : Mobil 1
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : Mobil Unleaded
      Wheels : Enkei
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Mclaren longitudinal 6-speed semi-automatic
      Valve arrangement : 2 camshafts per bank, 4 valves per cylinder,
                          10 cylinders in 72den vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : TAG Electronic System
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Bruce Mclaren formed Bruce Mclaren Motor Racing Ltd in 1963. In 1974 
      Mclaren enters a partnership with Phillip Morris and Mclaren achieve 
      their first F1 victory. From then on the team continues to succeed 
      through the years of F1 racing. In 1988 Mclaren associated with Honda to
      take firm control of F1, winning a record 15 races out of 16.


 3.2. MINARDI

      Car Name : Minardi M 198
      Team F1 Debut : 1985
      Years in F1 Racing : 13
      Car Designer : Gustav Brunner
      Cheaf Mechanic : Gabriele Pagliarini
      Wins : 0
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 0

      Engine
      Name : Ford Zetec-R V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 125kgs
      Height : 460mm
      Length : 605mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump
      Lubricants : n/a
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : n/a
      Wheels : Fondmetal magnesium
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Minardi 6-speed semi-automatic sequential
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Magneti Marelli
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite monocoque
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      The team has competed since 1985 and by the end of 1997 it had taken 
      part in 205 Grands Prix. Minardi ranks 11th in the entire history of 
      Grand Prix racing it has been involved with.


 3.3. JORDAN

      Car Name : Jordan Mugen Honda 198
      Team F1 Debut : 1991
      Years in F1 Racing : 7
      Car Designer : Gary Anderson
      Cheaf Mechanic : Tim Edwards
      Wins : 0
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 5 (33points)

      Engine
      Name : Mugen-Honda MF301HC V10
      Capacity : 3000cc
      Weight : 135kg
      Height : 470mm
      Length : 625mm
      Oil system : n/a
      Lubricants : Repsol
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : Repsol
      Wheels : OZ Racing
      Tires : Goodyear
      Gearbox : Jordan 6-speed longitudinal semi-automatic
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 72deg vee.
      Cockpit Instrumentation : TAG
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre composite
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Eddie Jordan Racing was founded in 1980. The team first win was the 1987
      British F3 Championship. In 1991 Jordan Grand Prix was founded and since
      then they have progressed through the Championship, finishing 5th in the
      1997 F1 Championship


 3.4. FERRARI

      Car Name : Ferrari F300
      Team F1 Debut : 1950
      Years in F1 Racing : 48
      Car Designer : Rory Byrne
      Cheaf Mechanic : Gianni Petterlini and Gianluca Sociali
      Wins : 109
      Constructor Wins : 8
      1997 Position : 2 (103points)

      Engine
      Name : Ferrari 047 V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 130kgs
      Height : n/a
      Length : n/a
      Oil system : n/a
      Lubricants : Shell
      Fuel Cell : Atl rubber
      Fuel : Shell
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Goodyear
      Gearbox : Ferrari 7-speed longgitudinal semi-automatic sequential
      Valve arrangement : 40 Valves, 10 cylinders in 80deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Magneti Marelli
      Chassis Material : Carbo fibre/honeycomb composite
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      1929 Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari, 1940 Enzo founded Auto Avio
      Construzioni Ferrari in the old Scuderia Ferrari HQ, to manufacture 
      tools. After war the name was changed to Ferrari and has manufactured
      cars since then. Ferrari have had 9 F1 driver world titles, 14
      Manufacturer world titles, 8 F1 Constructor Championships. 1997, Ferrari
      now has 113 wins in F1 Grand Prix.


 3.5. BENETTON

      Car Name : Benetton Playlife B198
      Team F1 Debut : 1986
      Years in F1 Racing : 12
      Car Designer : Nick Wirth
      Cheaf Mechanic : M. Ainsley-Cowlishaw
      Wins : 26
      Constructor Wins : 1
      1997 Position : 3 (65points)

      Engine
      Name : Mechachrome GC3701 V10
      Capacity : 2999cc
      Weight : 121kgs
      Height : 395mm
      Length : 623mm
      Oil system : Oil tank within bell housing
      Lubricants : AGIP
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : AGIP
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Benetton 6-speed semi-automatic
      Valve arrangement : 40 valves, 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Benetton/Magneti Marelli joint development
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre composite monocoque
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Started as a F1 sponsor and have now become a successful F1 team earning
      3 championship titles.


 3.6. PROST

      Car Name : Prost Peugeot AP01
      Team F1 Debut : 1976(Ligier)
      Years in F1 Racing : 22(Ligier)
      Car Designer : Loic Bigois
      Cheaf Mechanic : D. Van Ryckeghem and Eric Demeira
      Wins : 9
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 6 (22points)

      Engine
      Name : Peugeot Sport A16 V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 125kgs
      Height : 512mm
      Length : 620mm
      Oil system : 8 litre oil tank located in the bell housing
      Lubricants : Total
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : Total
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Prost 6-speed semi-automatic transverse
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Prost digital display
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre composite monocoque
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Alain Prost bought the Ligier team in 1997, he is also supported by
      Peugeot


 3.7. SAUBER

      Car Name : Red Bull Sauber Petronas C17
      Team F1 Debut : 1993
      Years in F1 Racing : 5
      Car Designer : Leo Ress
      Cheaf Mechanic : Ernst Keller
      Wins : 0
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 7 (15points)

      Engine
      Name : Sauber Petronas SPE 01D
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 120kg
      Height : 400mm
      Length : 590mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump
      Lubricants : Petronas
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : Petronas
      Wheels : Speedline
      Tires : Goodyear
      Gearbox : 6-speed semi-automatic longitudinal
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Magneti Marelli
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre monocoque
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Founded in 1970 the company built sports cars that were successful in
      national and international championships. In 1993 the team entered the 
      F1 World Championships and have continued to race successfully scoring
      points since them.


 3.8. WILLIAMS

      Car Name : Williams FW20
      Team F1 Debut : 1978
      Years in F1 Racing : 20
      Car Designer : Gavin Fisher
      Cheaf Mechanic : Carl Gaden
      Wins : 103
      Constructor Wins : 9
      1997 Position : 1 (123points)

      Engine
      Name : Mechachrome GC37-01 V10
      Capacity : 2999cc
      Weight : 121kgs
      Height : 395mm
      Length : 623mm
      Oil system : 2 IMI oil radiators
      Lubricants : Castrol
      Fuel Cell : n/a
      Fuel : Petrobras
      Wheels : OZ Racing
      Tires : Goodyear
      Gearbox : Williams 6-speed semi-automatic transverse
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 71deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Williams digital data display
      Chassis Material : Willams carbon aramid epoxy composite
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Frank Williams has lead the Williams team through many set backs that
      would have stopped any lesser man. The team is one of the most 
      professional and successful F1 teams. 1997 lead the team its 9th World
      constructor championships and their 103rd Grand Prix victory.


 3.9. TYRRELL

      Car Name : Tyrrell Ford 026
      Team F1 Debut : 1968
      Years in F1 Racing : 30
      Car Designer : Harvey Postlethwaite
      Cheaf Mechanic : Paul Diggins
      Wins : 23
      Constructor Wins : 1
      1997 Position : 10 (2 points)

      Engine
      Name : For Zetec-R V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 125kgs
      Height : 460mm
      Length : 605mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump
      Lubricants : ELF
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : ELF
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Goodyear
      Gearbox : Tyrrell 3-shaft 6-speed longitudinal, sequential
      Valve arrangement : 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Pi Research Super System 5
      Chassis Material : Carbon fibre/oneycomb composite
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      The Tyrrell racing Organisation has a proud heritage in racing which
      includes 3 World Drivers' Championships, 2 World Constructor titles. The
      team total GP wins stands at 33. 1998 is Tyrrells final year in F1
      racing before it merges with the British American Racing.


 3.10. ARROWS

      Car Name : Arrows A1
      Team F1 Debut : 1978
      Years in F1 Racing : 20
      Car Designer : John Barnard
      Cheaf Mechanic : Les Jones
      Wins : 0
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 8 (9 points)

      Engine
      Name : Arrows F1 V10
      Capacity : 2996cc
      Weight : 120kgs
      Height : n/a
      Length : 595mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump with centrifuge
      Lubricants : ELF
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : ELF
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Arrows 6-speed semi-automatic in-line
      Valve arrangement : 4 valves per cylinder, 10 cylinders in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Arrows/TAG data display
      Chassis Material : Arrows carbon monocoque
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      Arrows Racing Team founded in 1977, based in Milton Keynes, UK. F1 debut
      at the Brazillian GP, and since then the team has been in the tpo 10 of
      the Constructors Championship.


 3.11. STEWART

      Car Name : Stewart-Ford SF-2
      Team F1 Debut : 1997
      Years in F1 Racing : 2
      Car Designer : Alan Jenkins
      Cheaf Mechanic : Dave Redding
      Wins : 0
      Constructor Wins : 0
      1997 Position : 9 (6 points)

      Engine
      Name : Ford Zetec-R V10
      Capacity : 2998cc
      Weight : 120kgs
      Height : 460mm
      Length : 605mm
      Oil system : Dry Sump
      Lubricants : Texaco
      Fuel Cell : ATL rubber
      Fuel : Texaco
      Wheels : BBS
      Tires : Bridgestone
      Gearbox : Stewart carbon cased 6-speed longitudinal
      Valve arrangement : 40 valves, 10 cylinders configured in 72deg vee
      Cockpit Instrumentation : Ford
      Chassis Material : Composite monocoque structure
      Overall Weight : 600kg

      Team History Summary
      First F1 Championship in 1997, finished 2nd at Monaco


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4. Driver Informations
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 4.1. David Coulthard (McLAREN)

      Nationality : Scottish
      Birthdate : 27 March 1971
      Home : Twynholm and Monte Carlo
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.82m
      Weight : 75kg
      Age : 27
      F1 Debut : Spain 1994, Williams
      
      Teams driven for : Willams and Mclaren
      Starts : 58
      Poles : 5
      Wins : 3
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 4 (36 points)
      Career Highlights : Victory at Melbourne 1997
      Worst Career Moment : Accident in the Opel Lotus at Spa in 1990
      Favourite circuit : Spa
      Least favourite circuit : Budapest
      Favourite Driver : Clark, Prost, Mansell and Senna
      Dream Car : Mclaren F1 road car
      Personal Car : M-class Mercedes and an SLK

      Career Summary
      1983-1985 : Karting Championships.
      1989 : Won both Junior FF1600 Championships.
      1990 : British Vauxhall Lotus Challenge and GM Lotus Euroseries.
      1991 : Vritish F3 Championships.
      1992-1993 : Euro F3000 Championships.
      1994-1995 : Williams F1.
      1996 : Mclaren F1.
      1997 : Mclaren F1, wins Australia and Itly, 2nd Austria and Europe.


 4.2. Mika Hakkinen (McLAREN)

      Nationality : Finnish
      Birthdate : 28 September 1968
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Married
      Height : 1.79m
      Weight : 70kg
      Age : 30
      F1 Debut : United States 1991, Lotus
      
      Teams driven for : Mclaren
      Starts : 96
      Poles : 1
      Wins : 1
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 5 (27 points)
      Career Highlights : Pole at Nurburgring on my birthday
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994 and Adelaide 1995
      Favourite circuit : Monaco
      Least favourite circuit : Montreal
      Favourite Driver : I haven't got one
      Dream Car : Ferraris and Mercedes
      Personal Car : V-class Mercedes and an SLK

      Career Summary
      1983-1987 : Finnish Champion in FN series and FA series.
      1987 : Swedish and Nordic champion in F. Ford 1600 series.
      1988 : Euro champion in GM Lotus series.
      1989 : British F3 Championship.
      1990 : British F3 Champion.
      1991-1992 : Lotus.
      1993 : Mclaren test driver.
      1994-1996 : Mclaren F1
      1997 : Mclaren F1, wins europe, 3rd Australia and Germany.


 4.3. Esteban Tuero (MINARDI)

      Nationality : Argentinian
      Birthdate : 22 April 1978
      Home : Buenos Aires
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.7m
      Weight : 65kg
      Age : 20
      F1 Debut : Australia 1998, Minardi
      
      Teams driven for : Minardi
      Starts : 0
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : Monaco F3 1996
      Worst Career Moment : None
      Favourite circuit : Monaco and Buenos Aires
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Fangio, Gonzalez, Senna, Prost and Mansell
      Dream Car : A Ferrari
      Personal Car : Honda Accord

      Career Summary
      1985-1992 : Karting.
      1993 : F. Ranault Argentine Championship, Sport 1400 Argentine 
             Championship.
      1994 : 1st in Formula Honda Argentine Championship, S. American F32.
      1995 : 1st in the FISA F. 2000 Italian Trophy. F3 Italian Championship.
      1996 : F3 Italian Championship, F3000 International Championship.
      1997 : Formula Nippon Japanese Championship, Minardi F1 test driver.


 4.4. Shinji Nakano (MINARDI)

      Nationality : Japanese
      Birthdate : 1 April 1971
      Home : Osaka
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.74m
      Weight : 64kg
      Age : 27
      F1 Debut : Australia 1997, Prost
      
      Teams driven for : Prost and Minardi
      Starts : 17
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : 1997 British GP, even though I had to retire
      Worst Career Moment : Driving in F3 and F3000 at the same time in 1992
      Favourite circuit : Suzuka and Silverstone
      Least favourite circuit : Imola
      Favourite Driver : None
      Dream Car : None
      Personal Car : Ford Escort

      Career Summary
      1987-1988 : Karting.
      1989 : F3 Japan.
      1990 : Formula Opel-Lotus Euro Championship.
      1991 : Formula Opel-Lotus Championship.
      1992-1996 : F3 and F3000 Japan Championships.
      1997 : Prost F1


 4.5. Damon Hill (JORDAN)

      Nationality : British
      Birthdate : 17 September 1960
      Home : Dublin
      Marital Status : Married to Georgie
      Height : 1.82m
      Weight : 78kg
      Age : 38
      F1 Debut : Britain 1992, Brabham
      
      Teams driven for : Williams and Arrows
      Starts : 84
      Poles : 20
      Wins : 21
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 13 (7 points)
      Career Highlights : Silverstone 1994 and Suzuka 1996
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994
      Favourite circuit : Brands Hatch and Macau
      Least favourite circuit : Montreal
      Favourite Driver : Alesi and Haikkinen
      Dream Car : Porsche Turbo
      Personal Car : Honda Shuttle

      Career Summary
      1984-1985 : F Ford 1600.
      1986-1988 : British F3.
      1989-1992 : F3000 and test/reverse driver for Williams F1.
      1993-1995 : Williams F1.
      1996 : Williams F1, Drivers' World Champion.
      1997 : Arrows F1, 12th on the points.


 4.6. Ralf Schumacher (JORDAN)

      Nationality : German
      Birthdate : 30 June 1975
      Home : Kerpen
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.78m
      Weight : 73kg
      Age : 23
      F1 Debut : Argentine 1997, Jordan
      
      Teams driven for : Jordan
      Starts : 17
      Poles : 
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 12 (13 points)
      Career Highlights : Podium finish in Argentina 1997
      Worst Career Moment : Spa and Monaco 1997
      Favourite circuit : All circuit, especially Monaco
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Nobody
      Dream Car : Prsche Carrera R5 Turbo
      Personal Car : Honda Prelude

      Career Summary
      1991 : Winner of NRW and Gold Cups, Junior Karting Champion.
      1992 : 2nd in German Junior Kartion Championship.
      1993 : ADAC Junior Formula Championship, F3 Debut.
      1994-1995 : German, Monaco, European, World F3 Championships, and WTS
                  F3000 Test driver in Suzuka, Japan.
      1996 : 1st Nippon F3000 Championship, 2nd Japanese GT Series.
      1997 : First season with Jordan F1, 11th in the points.


 4.7. Eddie Irvine (FERRARI)

      Nationality : Irish
      Birthdate : 10 November 1965
      Home : Dublin and Bologna
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.78m
      Weight : 71kg
      Age : 32
      F1 Debut : Japan 1993, Jordan
      
      Teams driven for : Jordan and Ferrari
      Starts : 65
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 8 (25 points)
      Career Highlights : 1997 Formula Ford Festival win at Brands Hatch
      Worst Career Moment : 1994 Brazilian Grand Prix
      Favourite circuit : Suzuka
      Least favourite circuit : Siverstone
      Favourite Driver : Senna
      Dream Car : None
      Personal Car : Ferrari 355

      Career Summary
      1983-1986 : Irish FF1600 series.
      1987 : Winner of RAC Championship, Esso Championship and Formula Ford 
             Festival.
      1988 : British F3 Championship.
      1989-1990 : Intenational F3000 Championship.
      1991-1993 : Japanese F3000 Championship.
      1994-1995 : Jordan F1.
      1996 : Ferrari F1, 3rd Australia, 4th San Marino.
      1997 : Ferrari F1, 2nd Argentina, 3rd San Marino, Monaco, France, Japan.


 4.8. Michael Schumacher (FERRARI)

      Nationality : German
      Birthdate : 3 January 1969
      Home : Switzerland
      Marital Status : Married to Corinna
      Height : 1.74m
      Weight : 74kg
      Age : 29
      F1 Debut : Belgian GP 1991, Jordan
      
      Teams driven for : Ferrari, Jordan and Benetton
      Starts : 102
      Poles : 17
      Wins : 27
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 2 (78 points) Lost position due to 
                               disqualification
      Career Highlights : Victory in Spa 1992 and standing on the podium at 
                          Monza 1996
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994
      Favourite circuit : Spa
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Ayrton Senna
      Dream Car : It doesn't exist yet!
      Personal Car : Ferrari 550 Maranello, Ferrari 355, Fiat transporter and
                     a Mercedes SL station wagon

      Career Summary
      1989 : F3 German Vice-Champion.
      1990 : F3 German Champion, WSPC.
      1991 : Wins in Japan for Mercedes in WSPC, 2nd in F3000 at Sugo in Japan,
             5th at Monza in F1 GP.
      1992 : Benetton F1, wins Belgium.
      1993 : Benetton F1, wins portugal.
      1994-1995 : Benetton F1 Drivers' World Champion.
      1996 : Ferrari F1, wins Spain, Belgium, Italy.
      1997 : Ferrari F1, wins Monaco, Canada, France, Belgium, Japan.


 4.9. Giancarlo Fischella (BENETTON)

      Nationality : Italian
      Birthdate : 14 January 1973
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.72m
      Weight : 64kg
      Age : 25
      F1 Debut : Australia 1996, Minardi
      
      Teams driven for : Minardi and Jordan
      Starts : 25
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 9 (20 points)
      Career Highlights : 1997 Belgian Grand Prix
      Worst Career Moment : Accident at Mugello in 1993
      Favourite circuit : Imola
      Least favourite circuit : I don't have one
      Favourite Driver : Ayrton Senna
      Dream Car : Porsche RS Turbo
      Personal Car : Renault Safranne

      Career Summary
      1984-1991 : Karting.
      1992-1993 : Italian F3 Championship, Euro Kart Championship.
      1994 : 1st in Italian F3 Championship, 1st in Monaco F3 Grand Prix.
      1995 : DTN/ITC with Alfa Romeo, Test driver for Minardi F1.
      1996 : Minardi F1, ITC with Alfa Romeo.
      1997 : Jordan F1, 2nd Belgium, 3rd Canada, 4th San Marino, Monza, Austria,
             fastest lap Spain.


 4.10. Alexander Wurtz (BENETTON)

      Nationality : Austrian
      Birthdate : 15 February 1974
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Engaged to Karin
      Height : 1.87m
      Weight : 74kg
      Age : 24
      F1 Debut : Canada 1997
      
      Teams driven for : Benetton
      Starts : 3
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 14 (4 points)
      Career Highlights : Le Mans 1996
      Worst Career Moment : Austria 1992
      Favourite circuit : Spa, Laguna Sec and Nurburgring
      Least favourite circuit : Circuit like Diepholz
      Favourite Driver : No one
      Dream Car : A car that runs without petrol
      Personal Car : Renault Laguna station wagon

      Career Summary
      1989-1990 : Karting.
      1991-1992 : formula Ford 1600.
      1993-1995 : Formula 3.
      1996 : Benetton F1 test driver.
      1997 : Benetton F1 Canadian debut, 3rd in British GP.


 4.11. Jarno Trulli (PROST)

      Nationality : Italian
      Birthdate : 13 July 1974
      Home : Francavilla
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.7m
      Weight : 60kg
      Age : 24
      F1 Debut : Austrilia 1997, Minardi
      
      Teams driven for : Minardi and Prost
      Starts : 14
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 15 (3 points)
      Career Highlights : Hockenheim 1997 and Zeltweg where I led the race for
                          over 30 laps
      Worst Career Moment : Budapest 1997
      Favourite circuit : Hockenheim
      Least favourite circuit : I don't have one
      Favourite Driver : Niki Lauda
      Dream Car : I don't have one
      Personal Car : Peugeot 406 Coupe

      Career Summary
      1983-1986 : Karting.
      1987-1995 : Karting Championships.
      1995-1996 : German F1 Championship.
      1997 : Minardi F1 for 7 races, Prost GP 4th in Germany.


 4.12. Olivier Panis (PROST)

      Nationality : French
      Birthdate : 2 September 1966
      Home : Grenoble
      Marital Status : Married to Anne
      Height : 1.73m
      Weight : 76kg
      Age : 32
      F1 Debut : Brazil 1994, Ligier
      
      Teams driven for : Ligier and Prost
      Starts : 59
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 1
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 10 (16 points)
      Career Highlights : Monaco 1996
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994 and the accident at Montreal 1997
      Favourite circuit : Paul Ricard
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Prost and Senna
      Dream Car : Lamborghini Diablo
      Personal Car : Peugeot 406 Coupe

      Career Summary
      1981-1987 : Kart.
      1988-1991 : French F3 Championship, Champion 1989.
      1992-1993 : International F3000 Championship.
      1994-1996 : Ligier F1.
      1997 : Prost F1, Wounded in the Canadian GP, recoverd to participate in
             the last 3 races, 2nd in Spain, 3rd in Brazil and 6th in
             Luxembourg.


 4.13. Johnny Herbert (SAUBER)

      Nationality : British
      Birthdate : 25 June 1964
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Married to Rebecca
      Height : 1.67m
      Weight : 65kg
      Age : 34
      F1 Debut : Brazil 1989, Benetton 
      
      Teams driven for : Benetton, Lotus and Sauber
      Starts : 113
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 2
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 11 (14 points)
      Career Highlights : Silverstone 1995 and Le Mans 1991
      Worst Career Moment : F3000 accident at Brands Hatch 1988
      Favourite circuit : Spa
      Least favourite circuit : Hockenhiem and Mount Fuji
      Favourite Driver : Gilles Villeneuve
      Dream Car : Aston Martin DB7
      Personal Car : Escort Cosworth and a Cherokee Jeep

      Career Summary
      1989 : Benetton F1, F3000.
      1990-1994 : Lotus F1.
      1995 : Benetton F1.
      1996-1997 : Sauber F1.


 4.14. Jean Alesi (SAUBER)

      Nationality : French
      Birthdate : 11 June 1964
      Home : Nyon
      Marital Status : Married to Kumiko
      Height : 1.7m
      Weight : 75kg
      Age : 34
      F1 Debut : France 1989, Tyrrell
      
      Teams driven for : Tyrrell, Ferrari, Benetton and Sauber
      Starts : 135
      Poles : 2
      Wins : 1
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 5 (35 points)
      Career Highlights : Phoenix 1990 and my scuffle with Senna
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994
      Favourite circuit : Monza
      Least favourite circuit : Budapest
      Favourite Driver : Alain Prost
      Dream Car : None
      Personal Car : M-class Mercedes and a Fiat 500

      Career Summary
      1983 : Victory at Renault 5 Cup, Nogaro.
      1986-1987 : French F3 Championship.
      1988-1989 : F3000, Joins Tyrrell at French G.P.
      1990 : Tyrrell F1.
      1991-1995 : Ferrari F1.
      1996-1997 : Benetton F1.


 4.15. Heinz-Harald Frentzen (WILLIAMS)

      Nationality : German
      Birthdate : 18 May 1967
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Single, Girlfriend Tanja
      Height : 1.78m
      Weight : 63kg
      Age : 31
      F1 Debut : Brazil 1994, Sauber
      
      Teams driven for : Sauber and Williams
      Starts : 65
      Poles : 1
      Wins : 1
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 3 (42 points)
      Career Highlights : Monza 1995 and Imola 1997
      Worst Career Moment : 1989 Macau F3 race and the 1997 F1 season
      Favourite circuit : No perfect circuit
      Least favourite circuit : Imola
      Favourite Driver : Senna, Prost and Mansell
      Dream Car : Mercedes 600
      Personal Car : Renault Safrane

      Career Summary
      1980-1985 : Karting.
      1986-1987 : Formula Ford 2000.
      1988 : Formula Opel Lotus, German Champion.
      1989 : F3 German Champion.
      1990-1991 : WSPC, 2nd in Donington/F3000 Champ.
      1992 : WSPC, Japanese Sports Prototype Car Championships, 3rd in Mine
             Japanese F3000 Championship.
      1993 : Japanese F3000.
      1994-1996 : Sauber F1.
      1997 : Williams F1, pole Monaco, wins Imola.


 4.16. Driver Williams 1

      Nationality : Outer Mongolian
      Birthdate : 28 Jan 1973
      Home : Monaco
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.68m
      Weight : 63kg
      Age : 25
      F1 Debut : Australia 1996, Williams
      
      Teams driven for : Williams
      Starts : 33
      Poles : 13
      Wins : 11
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 1 (81 points)
      Career Highlights : Jerez 1997
      Worst Career Moment : Halifax-Formula Atlantic and Phoenix 1994 where
                            my car broke in two
      Favourite circuit : Elkhart Lake
      Least favourite circuit : Detroit
      Favourite Driver : I don't have a hero
      Dream Car : Dodge Viper
      Personal Car : Renault Safrane bi-turbo quadra, Renault Spyder, 
                     Corvette and a '58 Chevy pick-up


 4.17. Toranosuke Takagi (TYRRELL)

      Nationality : Japanese
      Birthdate : 12 February 1974
      Home : Shizuoka
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.8m
      Weight : 61kg
      Age : 24
      F1 Debut : Australia 1998, Tyrrell
      
      Teams driven for : Tyrrell
      Starts : 0
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : I am not the sort of person to store such memories
      Worst Career Moment : All my retirements
      Favourite circuit : Suzuka
      Least favourite circuit : Circuit where I have no hope of winning
      Favourite Driver : I try not to dream of such thing
      Dream Car : Such a car does not exist
      Personal Car : A Honda Shuttle

      Career Summary
      1986-1991 : Karting.
      1992-1993 : All Japan F3 Championship.
      1994-1995 : All Japan F3000.
      1996-1997 : All Japan Formula Nippon Championship.
      1997 : Tyrrell F1 test driver.


 4.18. Ricardo Rosset (TYRRELL)

      Nationality : Brazilian
      Birthdate : 27 July 1968
      Home : Sao Paulo
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.74m
      Weight : 67kg
      Age : 30
      F1 Debut : 1996, Arrows
      
      Teams driven for : Arrows, Lola and Tyrrell
      Starts : 16
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : Karting victory in Brazil and F3000 season 1995
      Worst Career Moment : The farce with Lola in 1997
      Favourite circuit : Spa and Barcelona
      Least favourite circuit : Budapest and Buenos Aires
      Favourite Driver : Senna
      Dream Car : Ferrari 355
      Personal Car : Mercedes C36

      Career Summary
      1989-1990 : Karting.
      1991 : F Ford.
      1992 : F. Opel Euroseries.
      1993-1994 : British F3.
      1995 : FIA F3000.
      1996 : Arrows F1.
      1997 : Lola F1.


 4.19. Mika Salo (ARROWS)

      Nationality : Finnish
      Birthdate : 30 November 1966
      Home : London
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.75m
      Weight : 69kg
      Age : 31
      F1 Debut : Japan 1994, Lotus Mugen/Honda
      
      Teams driven for : Lotus, Tyrrell and Arrows
      Starts : 52
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : First F1 race in Japan
      Worst Career Moment : Can't think of any
      Favourite circuit : Suzuka
      Least favourite circuit : Mount Fuji
      Favourite Driver : James Hunt
      Dream Car : A car with space that goes very fast
      Personal Car : Volvo 670

      Career Summary
      1987-1988 : F Ford 1600.
      1989-1990 : F3 Championship.
      1991-1993 : Japanese F3000 Championship.
      1994 : Lotus F1.
      1995-1996 : Tyrrell F1.


 4.20. Pedro Diniz (ARROWS)

      Nationality : Brazilian
      Birthdate : 22 May 1970
      Home : Monaco and Sao Paulo
      Marital Status : Single
      Height : 1.78m
      Weight : 76kg
      Age : 28
      F1 Debut : Brazil 1995, Forti
      
      Teams driven for : Forti, Ligier and Arrows
      Starts : 49
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : 16 (2 points)
      Career Highlights : Nurburgring and Spa 1997
      Worst Career Moment : F3 1991
      Favourite circuit : Barcelona
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Ayrton Senna
      Dream Car : Ferrari 550
      Personal Car : Volvo 670

      Career Summary
      1989 : Brazilian Championship F. FORD.
      1990-1992 : F3 Championships.
      1993-1994 : Euro Championship F3000.
      1995 : Forti F1.
      1996 : Ligier F1.
      1997 : Arrows F1.


 4.21. Jos Verstappen (STEWART)

      Nationality : Dutch
      Birthdate : 4 March 1972
      Home : Montford and London
      Marital Status : Married to Sophie
      Height : n/a
      Weight : n/a
      Age : 26
      F1 Debut : Brazilian GP 1994, Benetton
      
      Teams driven for : Benetton, Simtek, Arrows and Tyrrell
      Starts : 31
      Poles : 0
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : Schumacher's partner after only his 50th car race! 1994
      Worst Career Moment : n/a
      Favourite circuit : n/a
      Least favourite circuit : n/a
      Favourite Driver : n/a
      Dream Car : n/a
      Personal Car : n/a

      Career Summary
      1993 : Wins German F3 Championship.
      1994 : Benetton F1.
      1995 : Simtek F1.
      1996 : Arrows F1.
      1997 : Tyrrell F1.


 4.22. Rubens Barrichello (STEWART)

      Nationality : Brazilian
      Birthdate : 23 May 1972
      Home : Cambridge
      Marital Status : Married to Silvana
      Height : 1.72m
      Weight : 71kg
      Age : 26
      F1 Debut : South Africa 1993, Jordan
      
      Teams driven for : Jordan and Stewart
      Starts : 81
      Poles : 1
      Wins : 0
      
      1997 Drivers' Standing : n/a
      Career Highlights : Monaco 1997
      Worst Career Moment : Imola 1994
      Favourite circuit : Interlagos
      Least favourite circuit : None
      Favourite Driver : Senna
      Dream Car : Ferrari
      Personal Car : Ford Explorer V8

      Career Summary
      1983-1988 : Karting.
      1989 : Brazilian F Ford.
      1990 : Wins Opel - Lotus Euro Championship.
      1991 : Wins British F3 Championship.
      1992 : International F3 Championship.
      1993-1996 : Jordan F1.
      1997 : Stewart F1, 2nd at Monaco.


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5. Tracks
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 5.1. Melbourne (Australia)

      Circuit Name : Albert Park
      Race Title : Quanta Australian Grand Prix
      Director : John Harnden
      Race Date : March 7-8
      Length : 5.302km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 58

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Frentzen 1m 30.585s
      Winner : Coulthard ihr 30m 28.718s


 5.2. Interlagos (Brazil)

      Circuit Name : Interlagos
      Race Title : Gran Premio do Brazil
      Director : n/a
      Race Date : March 28-30
      Length : 4.292km
      Direction : Anti-Clockwise
      Laps : 72

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Driver 1 1m 18.397s
      Winner : Driver 1 1h 36m 6.990s


 5.3. Buenos Aires (Argentina)

      Circuit Name : Buenos Aires
      Race Title : Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina
      Director : Gustavo Ronchetti
      Race Date : April 11-13
      Length : 4.259km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 72

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Berger 1m 27.981s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 52m 01.715s


 5.4. Imola (San Marino)

      Circuit Name : Imola
      Race Title : 18 Gran Premio di San Marino
      Director : Massimo Gambucci
      Race Date : April 25-27
      Length : 4.930km
      Direction : Anti-Clockwise
      Laps : 62

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Frentzen 1m 25.531s
      Winner : Frentzen 1hr 31m 00.673s


 5.5. Barcelona (Spain)

      Circuit Name : Barcelona
      Race Title : Gran Premio de Espana
      Director : J.M. Carulla
      Race Date : October 24-26
      Length : 4.728km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : n/a

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Fisichella 1m 22.242s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 30m 35.896s


 5.6. Monte Carlo (Monaco)

      Circuit Name : Monte Carlo
      Race Title : Gran Prix Automobile de Monaco
      Director : Rene Isoart
      Race Date : May 8-11
      Length : 3.367km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 78 (67 due to weather)

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Schumacher 1m 53.315s
      Winner : Schmacher 2hr 00m 5.654s


 5.7. Montreal (Canada)

      Circuit Name : Montreal
      Race Title : Grand Prix du Canada
      Director : Normand Legault
      Race Date : June 13-15
      Length : 4.421km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 69 (54 due to accident)

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Coulthard 1m 19.635s
      Winner : Schumacher 1hr 17m 40.646s


 5.8. Magny Cours (France)

      Circuit Name : Magny Cours
      Race Title : Grand Prix de France F1
      Director : Roland Hodel
      Race Date : June 27-29
      Length : 4.250km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 72

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Schumacher 1m 17.910s
      Winner : Schumacher 1hr 38m 50.492s


 5.9. Silverstone (U.K.)

      Circuit Name : Silverstone
      Race Title : RAC British Grand Prix
      Director : Denys Rohan
      Race Date : July 11-13
      Length : 5.140km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 59

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Schumacher 1m 24.475s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 28m 01.665s


 5.10. A1 Ring (Austria)

      Circuit Name : A1 Ring
      Race Title : Grosser Preis von Osterreich
      Director : Patrick McNally
      Race Date : July 26
      Length : 4.319km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : n/a

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Driver 1 1m 11.814s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 27m 35.999s

 
 5.11. Hockenheim (Germany)

      Circuit Name : Hockenheim
      Race Title : Groser Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland
      Director : Andreas Meyer
      Race Date : August 2
      Length : 6.823km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 45

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Berger 1m 45.747s
      Winner : Berger 1hr 20m 59.046s


 5.12. Hungaroring (Hungary)

      Circuit Name : Hungaroring
      Race Title : Hungaroring
      Director : n/a
      Race Date : August 16
      Length : 3.968km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 77

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Frentzen 1m 18.372s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 45m 47.149s


 5.13. Spa (Belgium)

      Circuit Name : Spa
      Race Title : Grand Prix de Belgique
      Director : Andre Maes
      Race Date : August 30
      Length : 6.968km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 44

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Driver 1 1m 52.692s
      Winner : Schumacher 1hr 33m 46.717s


 5.14. Monza (Italy)

      Circuit Name : Monza
      Race Title : Gran Premio Italia
      Director : Michele Nappi
      Race Date : September 13
      Length : 5.770km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 53

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Hakkinen 1m 24.808s
      Winner : Coulthard 1hr 17m 4.609s


 5.15. Nurburgring (Luxembourg)

      Circuit Name : Nurburgring
      Race Title : Grosser Preis von Luxembourg
      Director : n/a
      Race Date : September 27
      Length : 4.556km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : n/a

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Frentzen 1m 18.805s
      Winner : Driver 1 1hr 31m 27.843s


 5.16. Suzuka (Japan)

      Circuit Name : Suzuka
      Race Title : Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix
      Director : n/a
      Race Date : November 1
      Length : 5.864km
      Direction : Clockwise
      Laps : 52

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Frentzen 1m 38.942s
      Winner : Schumacher 1hr 29m 48.446s


 5.17. Roman Forum (Italy) 

      Circuit Name : Colleseum
      Race Title : Gran Premio de Italia Antiquita
      Director : B. Enhur
      Race Date : December 1, 98AD
      Length : 2km
      Direction : Anti-Clockwise
      Laps : 120

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Cowan 38.942sec
      Winner : Kay 1hr 26m 48.470s


 5.18. Stunt Track (United States) 

      Circuit Name : Stunt Ring
      Race Title : Anaheim Grand Prix Max
      Director : Andrew
      Race Date : January 1
      Length : 5.7km
      Direction : n/a
      Laps : n/a

      1997
      Fastest Lap : Green 10.812mgu
      Winner : McDowell 1hr 16m 28.430s


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6. Secrets and Cheat Codes
--------------------------
 New Track
 Win a Championship. Coming up Roman Forum (Italy) bonus track.

 Stunt Track 
 To access the very cool Stunt Track (or Grand Prix of Anaheim) you must edit 
 your driver's name to make it say "Cheesy Poofs". Then when selecting your 
 track, you should find the new one right after Suzuka. 
 Submitted by Beau M. (Raichu3918@aol.com)

 Roman Forum track 
 Enter "GO COWS" in the driver edit option. 
 Submitted by hmop6077@northtyneside.org.uk

 Game Shark Codes 
 Infinite Time
 8003BE88 0000
 8003BE8A 0000 


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7. Credits
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 - GameFAQs for publishing my FAQs
 - GameShark Code Creators Club at http://www.cmgsccc.com for their codes,
   basic knowledges about GameShark and its components.
 - Psygnosis for making such a GREAT Formula 1 game.
   http://www.psygnosis.com/f198/us/psygnosismain.html
 - My computer
 - My Playstation
 - My lucky english knowledge.
 - My friends


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8. Other FAQs
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 - F-Zero X Machines and Pilots FAQs Version 1.1
 - Redline Racer Japanese to English Translation FAQs Version 0.8
 - Formula One '98 FAQs Version 0.3 <<<<>>>>


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