(1 May 96 - 1 December 96)
Entries in the guestbook between May 1996 and end November 1996:
What a brilliant load of pages!!! If anyone reading this wants to e-mail me for amiga chat and file trading please feel free!!!! Byeee!
Simon Gillow <[email protected]>
Portsmouth, H UK - Wednesday, November 06, 1996 at 17:18:03 (GMT)
Ooooooo, aint it lovely here, I think I'll have a picnic!
BJ GRIFFIN <[email protected]>
Hull, happy England - Wednesday, November 06, 1996 at 10:59:10 (GMT)
Eat my shorts.
Bart Simpson <[email protected]>
Springfield, U.S.A - Monday, November 04, 1996 at 15:23:11 (GMT)
F1gp is one of the best games on the amiga and with editors
and patchs like f1gp-ed ect it proves that the users are
the only ones keeping the amiga going and keeping it
strong keep it up
Stephen Howard <[email protected]>
Melbourne, vic Austrlia - Sunday, November 03, 1996 at 08:04:53 (GMT)
I must say, this place certainly is friendly, isn't it?
Mike Foreman <[email protected]>
Wycombe, England - Wednesday, October 30, 1996 at 12:09:36 (GMT)
The complete link site. Many congratulations to Damon.
If anyone wants to get in touch please do so.
David Thorne <[email protected]>
Portsmouth, U.K - Wednesday, October 23, 1996 at 18:21:57 (BST)
Hello. I'm a pround Amiga owner, and hates PC if you want to
call an AMIGA ONLY BBS in Sweden then dial +46-456-25373
hope it's allowed to advertise on this place, else remove it
:-), don't forget AMIGA STILL GOING STRONG :)
Christian Vigård <[email protected]>
Bromölla, Skåne Sweden - Wednesday, October 23, 1996 at 09:12:26 (BST)
Class!!Well done everyone(esp. Mr D Hill)
England - Tuesday, October 22, 1996 at 13:18:22 (BST)
he i just want to say it's great
david de reus <i don't now>
hoorn, noord- holland holland - Wednesday, October 16, 1996 at 22:30:21 (BST)
Stephen J Leary <[email protected]>
Glasgow, Scotland - Wednesday, October 16, 1996 at 15:36:46 (BST)
love the site. have just got netted up and you are one of the first places for me to visit.
am not disappointed at all. keep up the good work
gary parfet <[email protected]>
leigh-on-sea, essex uk - Monday, October 14, 1996 at 10:50:21 (BST)
Wow, and I thought I was the only one still playing this game!
Keep up the brill work, Oliver!
Fredrikstad, Norway - Wednesday, October 09, 1996 at 16:40:02 (BST)
Love the page. F1gp is the BEST games, and the
extra games/utilities make it much better.
Keep it up!
Derek Waters <[email protected]>
Adelaide, SA Australia - Tuesday, October 08, 1996 at 06:37:03 (BST)
Any patch to 060 ?
Leif Viio <[email protected]>
Mullsjö, SWEDEN - Monday, October 07, 1996 at 22:07:15 (BST)
Got the special version on AF coverdisk. With the frames patch -
WHOOOOSH!!! WOW - puts everything else to shame. Fun, speed, thrills.
Everything I want. If only Microprose got around to converting V2.
Keep em coming.
Darrell Hannan <[email protected]>
Umtata, EC South Africa - Monday, October 07, 1996 at 00:15:35 (BST)
Love the Cockpit Designs Page!
Greg Sikorski <[email protected]>
Widnes, UK - Wednesday, October 02, 1996 at 14:04:19 (BST)
Du har den beste siden paa nettet!!!!.
Tor Einar Tonnessen <[email protected]>
Kr.sand, NORWAY - Tuesday, October 01, 1996 at 18:41:45 (BST)
Looking good so far, keep it up.
Stavanger, Norway - Sunday, September 29, 1996 at 22:53:51 (BST)
Well, I haven't seen much yet but its sure good with a
page just about Formula One GP!!!
Anton Persson <[email protected]>
Sundbyberg, Stockholm Sweden - Friday, September 27, 1996 at 19:46:43 (BST)
This is the first time i vistited this page. I have not much to say about this page. Long life AMIGA!
Now we now we are not alone!
Daniel Draes <[email protected]>
Buehlertal, BRD - Friday, September 27, 1996 at 14:13:20 (BST)
Good Work men. I'm looking for something about Amiga for
10x for the big number of arguments in this site.
Roberto Alicata <[email protected]>
Terni, I Italy - Thursday, September 26, 1996 at 18:20:04 (BST)
Scunthorpe, England - Thursday, September 26, 1996 at 13:16:22 (BST)
I am the authority on Formula 1 knowledge, and I predict that
the unmentionable German, who is vastly over-rated, will be
driving for McClaren in 1998 and that Hill will
be driving a competitive Benetton after spending this
season in a Ligier. ;-)
GB Rules, so does DAMON
David Walshaw <[email protected]>
Cambs, UK - Thursday, September 26, 1996 at 12:52:30 (BST)
F1GP is possibly one of the best games out. Especially with a registered copy of F1GP-Ed!
Chris Jones <[email protected]>
Guildford, England - Wednesday, September 25, 1996 at 18:06:00 (BST)
Well, I've been playing F1GP since I got it back in 92 and
the £33 I paid for it, has been more than worth it. If F1GP
was an arcade game, I'd be completely broke and homeless by
now. I really do appreciate all the work that Oliver has
put into F1GP-Ed and even though I still point out a few
bugs and suggestions, he still finds time to rectify and
comment on them. Having only an A500+/020+882/8Mb the extra
features of F1GP-Ed really do bring this now ageing classic
to the apex of racing games on the Amiga. If only Geoff
Crammond would get off his arse and write an update, or
better still send the source code for F1GP fully documented.
It'll save Oliver trying to find things in 2Meg of reversed
source code :)
Keep up the good work, speak to you soon no doubts!
Rob Wilson <[email protected]>
- Wednesday, September 25, 1996 at 11:06:36 (BST)
Neil Armstrong <[email protected]>
Ormskirk, U.K, - Wednesday, September 25, 1996 at 10:19:47 (BST)
Good to see my favorite site back online. Don't forget to have a look at the championship pages! (can't stop advertising ;-)
Markus Kruggel <[email protected]>
Duesseldorf, Germany - Monday, September 23, 1996 at 22:09:11 (BST)
Great editor. Great page. I'll have to go for the registered version soon. I did see a frame rate increase going from an A1000 to an A1200 and much improved handling but nothing like the boost that I got going from an A1200 to an A1200 plus F1GP-Ed. A lot of other neat stuff in there too. I'd absolutely love it if you ever managed to make that track editor (or if someone finally got out a speedy new Amiga with a new custom chipset and a nice Wordl Circuit II port for it). Anyway, good job.
Pacarana <[email protected]>
USA - Monday, September 23, 1996 at 20:38:26 (BST)
I like the page very much!
Krommenie, Holland - Monday, September 23, 1996 at 11:44:32 (BST)
What a wonderful page! Viewed using Netscape 3.04ß on an EMPLANT MAC PRO Registered Cybergfx + ZIII card..
All we all need is the PPC 300 Mhz Amiga!!
Michael Dempster <[email protected]>
Woodland Hills, CA USA - Thursday, July 11, 1996 at 03:58:47 (BST)
A fine page!
Tobias Marx <[email protected]>
Wuppertal, Germany - Wednesday, July 10, 1996 at 22:12:37 (BST)
GP-ED is great! I will register as soon as I find any money on my account. The only person who will hate you for the ED is my girlfriend...
Lars <[email protected]>
Gütersloh, Germany - Tuesday, July 09, 1996 at 21:57:12 (BST)
Gp-Ed just gets better and better ! If microprose aren`t going to release the sequel on the Amiga then Oliver deserves all the credit he gets for bringing the old version as near to it as possible. I`m not a programmer but if there is anyone out there who is, why not work with Oliver on a Touring car sim, but to make it really work limit it to 020 AGA machines !
Grant Jackson <[email protected]>
, - Tuesday, July 09, 1996 at 12:37:43 (BST)
Thanx very much for making this game so cool! Your editor keeps it up to date
Keep up the good work! (P.s When is the next version out?)
ALL THE BEST FROM WIGAN, UK
Paul T. Hurst <N/A>
- Monday, July 08, 1996 at 20:22:08 (BST)
Hello,I7m an Amiga user in Japan. I use Amiga since 1985, and my job now is to make CGs for TV programs, videos, and so forth. I also have a shop of Amiga, so now I've got 3 A1000s, 5 A2000s, 3 A4000s. Before we started to carry Amiga, we sold Apples, C-64s, Atari series, so our warehouse is little bit like a museum of personal computers.
Takao Momozono <[email protected]>
TOKYO, JAPAN - Thursday, July 04, 1996 at 00:00:15 (BST)
A wonderful tool ! Breathes new life into the game - Marvellous !!!!
Gareth Thomas <[email protected]>
Sutton, London England - Monday, July 01, 1996 at 21:30:34 (BST)
Fascinating.Let us talk about distributing your products in this part of
this part of "Fast growing East Africa".
SAM MALINDA <[email protected]>
NAIROBI, KENYA - Monday, July 01, 1996 at 12:26:42 (BST)
Bitchin page! Keep it up!
Asie Mahone <[email protected]>
Kansas City, Ks. USA - Monday, July 01, 1996 at 05:03:28 (BST)
Superb stuff. When's the next update?
Martin Kloos <[email protected]>
Westcliff, England - Sunday, June 30, 1996 at 16:23:50 (BST)
F1 GP-Ed changed the game from one I played occasionally
into the ONLY game I play. - Congratulations on getting me
PS - What's this about a serial link?? Sounds like a great
idea to me.
Jim Stevens <[email protected]>
London, UK - Saturday, June 29, 1996 at 18:30:43 (BST)
Oliver Roberts is 'TOP' for making F1GP ed.
Trevor MYERS <[email protected]>
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - Saturday, June 29, 1996 at 16:01:35 (BST)
Ken Creppin <[email protected]>
Ottawa, ONO CANADA - Friday, June 28, 1996 at 18:03:23 (BST)
Great page -I wish you all the best and let's hope that the
Amiga will be with us 4ever.
Jörg Dahmen <[email protected]>
Aachen, Germany - Tuesday, June 25, 1996 at 12:16:40 (BST)
Great page -I wish you all the best and let's hope that the
Amiga will be with us 4ever.
Jörg Dahmen <[email protected]>
Aachen, Germany - Tuesday, June 25, 1996 at 12:15:57 (BST)
Great Amiga, nice to see some Amiga stuff on the net rather
than all those tacky Pee Cees.
Good Luck To Viscorp and Long Live The Amiga
Paul Heald <[email protected]>
Leeds, UK - Sunday, June 23, 1996 at 22:07:05 (BST)
One of the best tools I have ever seen, F1GPEd.
If you are interested in motorcycling too, then visit www.superbike.it
Alessandro Pellizzari <[email protected]>
Montebelluna, I - Sunday, June 23, 1996 at 18:56:33 (BST)
Since I'm a passionated amiga fan (since nearly 10 years) i think it is a great idea to built such a web page. GPF1 is realy a good game
Belgium, - Friday, June 21, 1996 at 16:05:19 (BST)
I never played it but it sounds like a good game.
Joshua Abrew <[email protected]>
San Jose, ca usa - Friday, June 21, 1996 at 05:43:29 (BST)
Hi Oli, First many congratulations on your win in the internet
world championship, see you next year :), and please, please keep
us posted with news of the serial link, BTW 3.14 of the ED is even
better now that you can have fewer cars.. bye for now
Stephen Orr <[email protected]>
Burton-on-Trent, Staffs UK - Thursday, June 20, 1996 at 13:11:04 (BST)
Funny how things change, going from top, to bottom and
back again (like a Jojo). The real "scene" was born on
this architecture, and for those who was there looking
at the current WiNtEl scene...some things move slowly.
Jon Reveman <[email protected]>
Valbonne, France - Thursday, June 20, 1996 at 12:28:50 (BST)
Yep, I liked this, too bad I had to use a pc instead of my A500 to find it.
CyberKnight of Ni <[email protected]>
Oude Tonge, Holland - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 at 19:15:46 (BST)
Fantastic! I like it ...Obvious because of my name!
de Cesaris Stefano <[email protected]>
ILLKIRCH, FRANCE - Wednesday, June 19, 1996 at 16:24:49 (BST)
what a waste for JANet resources. ;)
Lord Young <[email protected]>
LONDON, - Tuesday, June 18, 1996 at 15:08:53 (BST)
This F1GP stuff is really cool!
Don't stop the competition,because it is great....
Bojan Krstic <[email protected]>
Maribor, Slovenia - Tuesday, June 18, 1996 at 12:23:47 (BST)
First time I`ve been here, I registered F1ED ages ago, otherwise I`d have stopped playing F1 when I got my Playstation. Don`t stop the updates.
Leeds, England - Monday, June 17, 1996 at 11:57:22 (BST)
I've been on the Net for 3 Days and i've already fond one of the best
Amiga Pages !!!!! Definatly a bookmarked page :)
Ben Scarboro <[email protected]>
Sidcup, Kent England - Saturday, June 15, 1996 at 20:04:11 (BST)
Power Amiga Is The Future
Alfredo Felici <[email protected]>
Tivoli, IT ROME - Saturday, June 15, 1996 at 10:22:14 (BST)
check out http://www.dorna.com its motorbikes world campionship
nottingham, - Friday, June 14, 1996 at 15:02:41 (BST)
CHECK OUT THIS PAGE>http://members.aol.com/speed1racr/html/nfs_main.htm
- Tuesday, June 11, 1996 at 21:11:47 (BST)
'THE NEED FOR SPEED' IS THE BEST RACING GAME OUT THERE RIGHT
grand rapids, mi - Tuesday, June 11, 1996 at 21:05:37 (BST)
very nice page ;-)
Christian Janka <[email protected]>
Leeder, LL Germany - Tuesday, June 11, 1996 at 16:34:48 (BST)
Great Amiga site!
David Ferguson <[email protected]t.backbone.olemiss.edu>
Pontotoc, MS USA - Sunday, June 09, 1996 at 21:30:37 (BST)
Yoo Oliver, this GPED of yours is realy great, It's the
best update for this old (best there is) game.
F1, F1GP and Amiga are a f...ing great combination.
Keep on updating, i love it.
Rene' Schaap <[email protected]>
Huizen, NH Holland - Sunday, June 09, 1996 at 14:48:35 (BST)
Great job there Oliver! Did you get my letter that had details of bugs in F1GP-Ed V3.12 ?
If so, could you return it soon ? Thanks!
Tamworth, , Staffordshire England - Saturday, June 08, 1996 at 11:32:26 (BST)
fine editor indeed-can you change the time it takes to
repair wing damage in pits.
tim latimer <[email protected]>
brisbane, australia - Saturday, June 08, 1996 at 08:04:41 (BST)
Great Site! This is now my default URL. I found you from
NetGuide magazine, May 1996. Nice to see the *best*
computer mentioned in one of those PC mags.
Keep the faith.
David Newcombe <[email protected]>
Port Elgin, ONPOON Canada - Saturday, June 08, 1996 at 06:06:23 (BST)
A4000/040 owner, looking to expand the AMIGA internet presence.
I'm new on the internet, but having an awesome time out here!
Mark Henry <[email protected]>
Cape May, NJ USA - Friday, June 07, 1996 at 04:28:47 (BST)
Hows the serial patch coming along?
If that works hows about an internet patch so all drivers can be human controled?
Jonathan Stead <[email protected]>
Doncaster, S.y England - Thursday, June 06, 1996 at 11:58:30 (BST)
Hello Oliver! Amiga F1GP would be nowhere without you!
Rene Smit <[email protected]>
The Hague, The Netherlands - Wednesday, June 05, 1996 at 19:49:25 (BST)
Hy.. This Page is great! Hopefuly our fvorite Sister will
survive the Dev splitup what is going on now.. I am Realy
concerned about Viscorp (Sounds for me like the buy just
the Req. Chips for the ED and thats it!) So only Hope is
left.... Best Regs. Martin
Frankfurt Main, He Germany - Wednesday, June 05, 1996 at 13:38:17 (BST)
Patrick Tracy <[email protected]>
Neenah, WI U.S. - Wednesday, June 05, 1996 at 04:13:45 (BST)
Hello Oliver! Here at last. Please let me know on new versions of F1GP-ED
I've forgotten my registration number (I think it was RD105 or something)
I'm at work right now. I'm on conpuserve on a PC under the name of John Blackburn.
P.S. Thanx for the F1GP utils.
Richard Donnellan <[email protected]>
Manchester, England - Tuesday, June 04, 1996 at 11:09:22 (BST)
Amiga kicks ass for true multitasking....
Paul Quinn <[email protected]>
Vancouver, bc Canada - Monday, June 03, 1996 at 08:32:59 (BST)
Excellent and informative web pages!
Tony Hartley (Third Dimension) <[email protected]>
Huddersfield, UK England - Sunday, June 02, 1996 at 14:49:44 (BST)
Remember Ayton Senna. Long live AMIGA, COME ON Viscorp
Bob Gibson <[email protected]>
Ipswich, Qld Australia - Sunday, June 02, 1996 at 03:57:49 (BST)
Westside Amiga group Bundamba Queensland Australia. Mostly 2000
users. Please update us on any new info about VIScorp Purchase
bob gibson <[email protected]>
Ipswich, qld Australia - Saturday, June 01, 1996 at 09:03:18 (BST)
James Roberts <[email protected]>
Leek, Staffs England - Friday, May 31, 1996 at 14:34:56 (BST)
Nice JumpPad here.
Heavenly wishes to all AMIGA- users out there.
Good wishes to all the others... :)
Ueli Maurer <[email protected]>
4800 Zofingen, AG Switzerland - Friday, May 31, 1996 at 14:20:08 (BST)
This is a really nice page with really nice contents.
The only thing missing is a nicer "top-picture", like
the one that the 'Amiga Web Directory' has or something
Andreas Johansson <[email protected]>
Linköping, SWEDEN - Thursday, May 30, 1996 at 23:05:32 (BST)
Long time Amiga user. Haven't been able to set my Amiga up for the Internet so I'm using a 486DX4 100mHz I assembled.
Richard Kawamura <[email protected]>
Norfolk, VA USA - Thursday, May 30, 1996 at 05:34:55 (BST)
Nice to see an other fresh homepage.
Be sure to drop by
Daniel Reichen <[email protected]>
Portland, OR USA - Thursday, May 30, 1996 at 04:36:20 (BST)
Hello Oliver, thanks for your fantastic works, go on
long live AMIGA (hope so :-I().
Stephan Jansen <[email protected]>
Bonn, BRD - Wednesday, May 29, 1996 at 19:19:11 (BST)
Brilliant stuff!Keep up the great work Ollie,We're all proud
of you God Damn It!!!
mark flanagan <[email protected]>
Glasgow, Scotland - Wednesday, May 29, 1996 at 12:54:01 (BST)
Amiga and F1GP forever!
Aaron Diezman <[email protected]>
Ravenna, OH USA - Wednesday, May 29, 1996 at 07:52:02 (BST)
Great one OLIVER :))) I`ve rediscovered the best game on the Amiga, thanks to your editor. However :( seeing as I registered ages ago why haven`t you sent me The updated version for `96?
Phil Hitchings <[email protected]>
London, UK - Tuesday, May 28, 1996 at 17:48:49 (BST)
A great editor for a great simulator... Waiting for a textured and
Super-Hires-Laced game :)
Be careful, Oliver, more suggestions are coming...
Congratulations and ... AMIGA FOREVER.
Christophe Macours <[email protected]>
Namur, Belgium - Friday, May 24, 1996 at 13:02:31 (BST)
The Amiga must succeed or we will all be forced to work with crappy PC's and use Microshit software created by the richest shithead I know: Bill Gates!
Is 640K still enough? Bill?
Charles Martin <[email protected]>
Waterloo, Ontario Canada - Sunday, May 19, 1996 at 03:04:37 (BST)
Brilliant editor, my Registration fee will come soon.
Rolf-G.Neugebauer <[email protected]>
Oberhausen, Germany NRW - Saturday, May 18, 1996 at 16:34:05 (BST)
Will definately see you again soon!
James Connor <[email protected]>
Birmingham, England - Thursday, May 16, 1996 at 11:18:21 (BST)
Brilliant utility Oliver!
Keep up the good work as this is just what the game needed.
Birmingham, England - Wednesday, May 15, 1996 at 13:58:38 (BST)
It's really a very good game.
Why do not you race with 1431 HP?
I'm a very TOP DRIVER, what must I do for challenge whith you?
UDINE, ITALY FRIULI - Tuesday, May 14, 1996 at 22:58:13 (BST)
Good links, fellow computer wizards. Amiga shall never die!! er well maybe not.
Leeds, England - Tuesday, May 14, 1996 at 14:13:51 (BST)
Great pages, great software.
Neil Grantham <[email protected]>
Coventry, UK - Tuesday, May 14, 1996 at 13:39:58 (BST)
Keep it going Man, Great work you`ve done. If there are any Amigans
@ Portsmouth Uni reading this, or anyone who wants a chat, mail me.
Gareth Osborne (Ozza) <[email protected]>
Portsmouth, England - Tuesday, May 14, 1996 at 12:38:38 (BST)
we had no time to check it up! But we will return!
clemens & michael
lauterach, at europe - Tuesday, May 14, 1996 at 11:36:49 (BST)
Very nice page with many wicked amiga links
long live amiga
btw-i signed your guestbook now you sign mine :-)
(it is new atm so don't expect much at this time)
Darren O'Hara <[email protected]>
Huddersfield, England - Monday, May 13, 1996 at 15:36:59 (BST)
Hi Oli, just to say hi and keep up the good work (esp. the serial link)
and to say that one day, yes one day the Ant Hill Mob will reign.
Stephen Orr <[email protected]>
Burton-on-Trent, Staffs UK - Sunday, May 12, 1996 at 12:54:32 (BST)
Great page isn't it! I'll hope you'll never stop updating it!
Alex Boshuizen <[email protected]>
Den Helder, NH Holland - Saturday, May 11, 1996 at 09:48:32 (BST)
i love this game thank's
rudy <[email protected]>
jakarta, indonesia - Saturday, May 11, 1996 at 02:03:55 (BST)
Can't wait for a serial link!
Rob Sherborne <[email protected]>
Guildford, UK - Friday, May 10, 1996 at 15:35:09 (BST)
Great Site, I will simply have to link to it from mine!
Richard Shipman <[email protected]>
Aberystwyth, ?? Wales - Friday, May 10, 1996 at 15:11:38 (BST)
Hi, thanks to Oliver Roberts for keeping the f1-fever alive.
Do as I do: mail microprose everyday and ask them to release
GP2 for the coolest computer around - the Amiga
Ulrik Kjeldgaard <[email protected]>
Copenhagen, Denmark - Thursday, May 09, 1996 at 13:18:28 (BST)
Cool page ... Schumacher for "Bundeskanzler" :-)
Patrick R. Becker <[email protected]>
Voelklingen, Germany - Thursday, May 09, 1996 at 00:54:50 (BST)
DON'T PLAYER HATE ANYBODY.
JAMES CRAIG ROWE II
KANSAS CITY, KS WYANDOTTE - Wednesday, May 08, 1996 at 22:51:33 (BST)
A1200, Blizzard 1260 8Mb, 340HD, 4xHitachi, 14400Linelink.
kenny dahlroth <[email protected]>
Blomstermåla, sweden - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 22:18:18 (BST)
This is, by far, the best web site around. It is the only
one that I will miss when I leave uni and internet access
behind. Of course, you could always set up an Amiga F1GP
BBS just for me! ;)))
Alan Strang <[email protected]>
Glasgow, Scotland - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 13:09:08 (BST)
This page is cool. Long live Amiga.
Favourite driver: Jean Alesi.
Fredrik "Masken" Johansson <[email protected]>
Boraas, Sweden - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 12:41:38 (BST)
still trying to get it to work!!! HELP?
durham, n england - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 11:49:53 (BST)
The best Amiga link page around, and one of the best looking pages on the net (the Amiga ones always are!)
But I lose Internet access in a few weeks - waaaaaaah!!!
See you all in the next cyber-life (probably under Demon)...
Martin Pritchard <[email protected]>
Treforest, South Wales - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 10:42:52 (BST)
Starting up provider access for upstate SC area.
Have acquaintances with Amigas interested in linking
to internet. Large group, about 50 prospective, possibly
much more. Is there any way to provide for these
prospective inexpensively, without endangering the regular
PC & MAC clients? Cannot afford system crashes for this
small group of clientele. Any suggestions appreciated...
Donna Whittemore <[email protected]>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Tuesday, May 07, 1996 at 00:12:37 (BST)
Nice one !
Chris Sansbury <[email protected]>
Aberdeen, Scotland - Monday, May 06, 1996 at 12:15:56 (BST)
Why didn't I sign this 3 months ago?
Graham Hawkins <[email protected]>
Wellington, New Zealand - Monday, May 06, 1996 at 00:33:27 (BST)
Nice and usefull pages
Hannu Pysäys <[email protected]>
Ruukki, Finland - Sunday, May 05, 1996 at 17:45:04 (BST)
An F1 fan and racing simulation lover! Go Jos go!
Marcel Offermans <[email protected]>
Delft, ZH The Netherlands - Sunday, May 05, 1996 at 10:00:19 (BST)
Flabio joins the rest in saying, f1gp-ed is cool!
Glen Watts <[email protected]>
Nottingham, ?? England - Saturday, May 04, 1996 at 23:51:03 (BST)
What does one write in a guest list?... erm...Cool Site for a Cool Game!!
Paddy <[email protected]>
Kettering, Northants - Saturday, May 04, 1996 at 18:36:23 (BST)
Richard Thomas <[email protected]>
Cardiff, S.Glam UK - Saturday, May 04, 1996 at 13:28:57 (BST)
Friend of the Sad DaveM
Dave Brown <[email protected]>
Cardiff, S. Glam Wales - Friday, May 03, 1996 at 16:31:13 (BST)
The guy who annoys Oliver on IRC.
Long live the AmigaF1 home page!
David Manley <[email protected]>
Cardiff, S. Glam Wales - Friday, May 03, 1996 at 16:23:53 (BST)
Hello - this is a test
Oliver <[email protected]>
Colchester, UK - Friday, May 03, 1996 at 15:40:07 (BST)
Chris Bird <[email protected]>
London, UK - Friday, May 03, 1996 at 15:39:44 (BST)