The Amiga Formula One web site aims to provide comprehensive coverage of anything and
everything related to the Amiga version
of Geoff Crammond's Formula One Grand Prix (also known as World
Circuit in the USA) simulation (or game ;-), published by MicroProse. To make things easier
this name is usually abbreviated to F1GP (or WC).
From this site you will find information on competitions, utilities, patches,
mailing lists, etc. All programs covered on this site are also available
for direct download. And to round everything up, there is even a list
of other F1GP/WC related web pages, and also comprehensive
Formula 1 and Amiga links pages.
All in all, this web site is over 10 Megabytes in size (including file downloads)!
The Amiga Formula One web page first started up in the summer of 1994, when Oliver Roberts took over the
job of administering the web pages for the Internet Amiga F1GP Championship,
the Hall of Fame and also F1GP-Ed. These services were pioneered by Anthony
Holloway - to this day, some of his logos are still in use.
Since then though new utilities have been made, competitions have grown
and as a result this web site has grown immensely. Originally based at
the University of Essex, this
site moved to defstar.gre.ac.uk
in January 1996 (thanks to Chris Bird),
but due to downtime problems a decision was made to move everything to
www.nanunanu.org in December 1996 (thanks to
With the shutdown of www.nanunanu.org on the
cards in early 2006, after 9 years of grateful free web hosting, this site was
moved to a pay host - December 2005 saw this site move to DreamHost. Donations and referrals appreciated - see the blurb on the right of this page.
Thanks go to everybody who has helped make this web site what it is today
in one way or another. These people include the people who have hosted this
web site (mentioned above), the people
who make utilities and administer various competitions, and also everybody who
has given ideas and/or other information used in the pages.