PlayStation, PC All the cars and drivers of the 2000 FIA Formula One Championship, including the new Jaguar Racing team.
All the tracks for 2000, including the new US Grand Prix at Indianapolis.
Multiple modes: Championship, Quick Race, Weekend, and Time Trial.
2-Player split-screen racing.
Compete in a Time...
2000 - F1 Championship Season 2000
PlayStation, PC, PlayStation 2, Game Boy Color, Macintosh The Passion And Pressure Of Formula One
High-Res, High-Speed Racing
Advanced Racing Technology
EA Sports captures the sheer adrenaline of Formula One racing with fast, beautiful graphics and true racing feel.
Authentic Formula One
Every team, every driver, and every track...
2000 - F1 Manager
PC F1 Manager is a Racing game, developed by EA Sports and published by Electronic Arts, which was released in Europe in 2000.
2001 - F1 2001
PlayStation 2, PC, Xbox Battle for position at every sweeping bend, high-speed straightaway, and hairpin turn within the world's most glamorous sproting arena. Engage in high stakes racing from Monaco to Monza and take on the most intelligent and daring racers to hit the Formula One circuit.
2002 - F1 2002
Xbox, PlayStation 2, PC, GameCube, Game Boy Advance Kick off a brand-new season of racing with all the speed, glamour, and rivalry of Formula One. Officially licensed from the Formula One Administration Limited, F1 2002 features real drivers, teams, cars, and tracks from the 2002 FIA Formula One World Championship. Join new teams--Toyota and...
2003 - F1 Career Challenge
PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube It takes years for Formula One drivers to hone their skills, and now you can put yourself behind the wheel of the world's most glamorous racing automobiles. Whether it's F1 Career Challenge for the PlayStation 2 or F1 Challenge '99-'02 for the PC, now you can race your favorite cars, tracks, and...
2003 - F1 Challenge '99-'02
PC Race four full F1 seasons. Features:
Become an F1 legend - Create your own profile and compete against world champion drivers such as Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve, Mika Hakkinen, and Michael Schumacher.
Four complete seasons - 14 teams, 44 vehicles, 34 drivers, and 17 circuits representing...