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1967 F1 Season (Part 1) 2016-12-24

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I'm combining two mods that I found in separate places. I don't know who authored them because they look pretty old, BUT, they work well and sound good. If you can deal with the dated graphics, these are a hell of a lot of fun.

One thing. You gotta reverse the FFB when you drive these otherwise it'll pull off centre.

I didn't make this and I have no idea how to do anything so this comes "as is" haha.


Tracks:
Kyalami
Mexico
Monaco
Monza
Mosport
Nordschleife
Rouen
Silverstone
Spa
Watkins Glen
Zandvoort

Cars:
Brabham
BRM (Yes, the H16...)
Cooper
Eagle
Ferrari
Honda
Lotus
Author
Synystr7
File size
263.9 MB
Downloads
1,295
Views
1,451
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Rating
4.17 star(s) 6 ratings

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This is great mod. But as Subpar Shanty wrote, five (5) of those tracks are in wrong folder. You will need to move them in the F1 Classic folder manually. Otherwise they won't load in the game. I bet this is the problem Fishey55 encountered when he wrote "sometimes a track doesn't load".
unzipped to a seperate folder, then tracks in part 2 copied straight across to F1 folder. Cars are great to drive Thanks for posting and sharing here.
Hey I figured it out I guess you have to rate to review! So when you unzip these and add the Game Data folder to your game the tracks sort of separate and they don't all go into the F1Classic folder in Locations. Go into the Locations folder and look for tracks that end in _f1c and manually put them in the F1Classic folder. After doing this all the tracks should work and since they're from an older game they load really fast as well. These tracks are pretty awesome to drive. Makes you realize how insane these guys were back in the day!
Sometimes a track loads, sometimes it doesn't!
Mod needs a lot of work to be compatible with AMS.
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Like I said, as is.