Nigel Mansell's F-1 Challenge

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Nigel Mansell's F-1 Challenge
Nigel Mansell's F-1 Challenge cover art (Japanese version)
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Video Game
[[Gremlin Graphics]][[Category:Gremlin Graphics]]
Super NES cartridge
Super Famicom controller
Super Famicom
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Nigel Mansell's F-1 Challenge is a Super Famicom video game that takes places in the Formula One circuit. The player can race a single race, do a season of Formula One, or practice their skills on a particular race track. Either music, sound effects, or both can be shut off on the options menu. The changing of the tires is mandatory on pit road during the middle of each race, and weather can determine whether the player should use hard tires, soft tires, or rain tires. Before the beginning of the race, it is possible to change some aspects of the car, such as spoilers, tires and gearbox.

Being licensed by Mansell, the game followed the 1992 Formula One season, which he won. The player takes on Mansell's role to try and win the title again, against eleven other drivers. Like Sega's own Super Monaco GP, each of them belongs to their own team (instead of common F1 format of two drivers per constructor), however all are real-life drivers. The 12 drivers are:

It was released for the Western market by GameTek under the name Nigel Mansell's World Championship, where Gerhard Berger replaced Senna as the McLaren driver.

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  1. Release information. GameFAQs. Retrieved on 2010-06-24

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