Strategy Guide - Guide for Monaco Grand Prix

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Version 1.0  created April 29,1999

FAQ written by Brent K.   email address: [email protected]


1. Question and Answer

2. Controls

3. Real team and player names


Question and Answer

Q: What is Monaco Grand Prix 2?

A: MGP2 is a Formula One racing game by UBI Soft company.  It contains 22 
drivers, 11 teams and 17 different official tracks.  The game also contains 
Arcade mode, Simulation mode and Retro mode (where you can race old school 
formula one cars from decades ago.)

Q: Does MGP2 have official teams and official drivers?

A: No. See section 3.

Q: What Dreamcast peripherals does MGP2 support?

A: The Dreamcast steering wheel, Puru Puru pack and the VMS.

Q: How many save blocks does MGP2 take up?

A: 4 blocks each for the following: Championship season, Menu options, Edited 
names of teams and drivers.

Q: Is there a VMS mini-game for MGP2?

A: No

Q: Can you play MGP2 online with the dreamcast modem?

A: No, the japanese version was not programmed to play online.

Q: How many car viewpoints are there?

A: 5 standard viewpoints: cockpit view, front fender view, low behind car view, 
medium behind car view and high behind car view.  There's also 15 other obscure 
viewpoints that arent very beneficial if you want to see what's ahead of you :)  
One or two of the angles are good to see where your opponent is behind you.  The 
rest of the views are basically TV camera angles of your race car that look 
really cool but are impossible to use without crashing.


Default controls for the DC pad:

Right Trigger= GAS

Left Trigger= Brakes

X button= Change standard viewpoints

Y button= Change tv-camera style viewpoints

A button= Downshift gears (if using manual shifting)

B button= Up-Shift gears  (if using manual shifting)


Real Team and Player Names

Unfortunately, UBI Soft (developer of MGP2) was unable to get the official FIA 
license for the game.  Thus, they resorted to assigning teams by numbers and 
fake driver names that resembled the real-life counterpart name.  However, the 
programmers have given you the option to edit both the team names and the driver 

The default fake names are on the left and the real-life counterpart name is on 
the right hand side. 
The programmers based the game off of the 1997 Grand Prix Season.

D.Hughes= D.Hill
P.Dazaro= P.Diniz
J.Vouellete= J.Villeneuve 
H.Fieldman= H.H. Frentzen
M.Schmidtke= M.Schumacher
E.Ismith= E.Irvine
J.Antonin= J.Alesi
G.Brauwner= G.Berger
M.Howen= M.Hakkinen
D.Chambers= D.Coulthard
R.Schmidtke= R.Schumacher
G.Finesta= G.Fisichella
O.Perret= O.Panis
S.Notaki= S.Nakano
J.Hamon= J.Hebert
G.Mambiti= G.Morbidelli
J.Van OOsten= J.Verstappen
M.Sakai= M.Salo
U.Katsuoka= U.Katayama
T.Menasques= T.Marques
R.Bonibrasco= R.Barrichello
J.Matassen= J.Magnussen

Team1= Arrows Yamaha
Team2= Williams Renault
Team3= Ferrari
Team4= Benetton Renault
Team5= Mclaren Mercedes
Team6= Jordan Peugeot
Team7= Prost Grand Prix
Team8= Sauber Petronas
Team9= Tyrell Ford
Team10= Minardi Hart
Team11= Stewart Ford

End of Faq----------------------------------------------------------------------
More information on Formula One racing can be found at: and

Special thanks to Ed from who supplied me with MGP2 for a great 

***This document Copyright 1999 by Brent Konsmo***

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