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F1 2009 is a video game based on the 2009 season of the Formula One motor racing series.[2][3] It was released on the Wii and PlayStation Portable[4][5] in 2009 on 16 November in North America, 19 November in the PAL region and 20 November in the United Kingdom. The game was also released on iOS on 14 December for 6.99.[1] The PlayStation Portable version was also available as a download from the PlayStation Store from 16 November.[1]




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F1 2009 features all the circuits that are on the 2009 calendar including the Marina Bay Street Circuit for night racing and the new Yas Marina Circuit. The game only features the 20 drivers that started the 2009 Formula One season, and does not include the driver changes that were made during the season.[11] There are 15 driver aids each switchable on and off for first time and experienced players, and in the multiplayer version, the level of help changes according to the player's skill, by using a "Fair Play" system.[12][13] It features slick tyres,[5] as well as the newly introduced KERS concept that functions like a turbo boost, although the game has the feature on all the cars, not just the few that actually used it in the motor racing series.[11] There are several different gameplay modes: Quick Race, where players can choose from a multitude of options, from driver and track to damage and weather, Time Trial, where players compete to set the fastest lap possible by tuning car setups, a two-player split-screen mode on the Wii, and wireless multiplayer option on the PSP for up to four players.[11][14] The game also offers the choices of playing through a whole Championship season, or taking part in a Grand Prix weekend. It includes the possibility of participating in all the practice sessions, qualifying and the race.[11][15] A career mode, involving three seasons of the Formula One World Championship, is also included.[11] The game features technical settings for the player to change if desired, including aerodynamics, car balance, gear settings and suspension settings, wheel geometry, tyre compound and pressures, suspension spring rates, individual gear ratios, ride height and wing adjustments.[11] About 70 smaller mini-game style challenges in "Challenge Mode" are also included.[11]


The game features all the drivers and tracks from the 2009 season, but does not represent the replacement drivers that featured in the real F1 season, therefore Luca Badoer, Romain Grosjean, Kamui Kobayashi, Jaime Alguersuari and Vitantonio Liuzzi are not featured, although Giancarlo Fisichella who replaced Luca Badoer (substituting for the injured Felipe Massa) at Ferrari is featured in the Force India team (although he had spent over half of the season driving for Force India anyway).


F1 2009 received generally mixed reviews from game critics, for both Wii and PlayStation Portable versions. The graphics of the game were heavily criticised by reviewers: IGN said that the textures were "murky" and the models "half-hearted",[10] while the Official Nintendo Magazine said that "visually it's a dog's dinner".[21] GameZone continued the theme, saying that "the graphics... are super plain and are often ugly", and also commenting that the game "looks like it should have been released for the PSone".[19] GameSpot said that the physics were "not up to scratch", also commenting that "your car will bounce off walls and other vehicles with little regard for what would happen in the real world".[16] The AI was singled out as a failure of the game, with IGN calling it "underwhelming", while Eurogamer said that the computer-controlled cars followed the racing line "too rigidly", commenting that "they appear just as likely to run into your gearbox as attempt to overtake you".[11] The fact that the game contained only the 20 drivers that started the 2009 Formula One season, and did not take into account the driver changes that happened during the season, was another complaint.[11][21] The sound was also criticised, with GameSpot calling it "uniformly poor".[23][16][19][10]


Eurogamer summarised by saying: "This may not be the revolution the Formula 1 subgenre has been waiting for, but you're not likely to find many Wii owners complaining".[11] GameSpot summarised the game by saying: "If you're looking for an arcade-style racer with a Formula 1 badge, then F1 2009 may fit the bill and is likely to keep you busy for quite some time. Unfortunately, if you're looking for a game that captures the essence and challenge of the pinnacle of motorsport, you're going to be disappointed".[16] GameZone recommended that customers play the game before they bought it,[19] while IGN said that "for fans of the sport deprived of an F1 game for so many years this does just enough to satiate the thirst".[10] VideoGamer.com looked forward to the game's sequel, F1 2010, to be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, stating that "there's undoubtedly something better coming next year, on platforms that can do the sport justice".[23] VideoGamer.com summarised the general consensus: "This is a perfectly competent racer, one of the best on the Wii, but it's not a classic by any stretch of the imagination".[23]


F1 2009 is a PSP video game based on the 2009 season of the Formula One motor racing video game series. It was published on the Wii and PlayStation Portable (PSP) in 2009 on 16 November in North America, 19 November in the PAL region and 20 November in the United Kingdom (UK). The PSP video game was also out on iOS on 14 December for 6.99.


the game contains all the elements of the real world, such as the cars, the drivers and the circuits. you can race in different types of races, qualifying sessions and practice sessions. the races that you take part in are a simulated version of the real world races. you can drive a car that is in the same league as the real-world car of the driver you're taking part in the game. it's a game that allows you to choose a team to race for, and you can race with other drivers in the same car.think of it as four brand new season-in-a-box packages full of driver challenges, track action and exotic locations. that's what f1 2009 is, and it's a return to the way the series used to be back in the pre-digital days.this year's game is packed with new features, including three cars, a new championship mode, more licenses and full support for online multiplayer racing. and the well-known tracks return, which have been subjected to extensive rework to suit the demands of the new cars. as well as new regulations, new tire compounds, a new qualifying system and even a new scoring system. it's all there.before we get going, we'd like to point out that prez has designed f1 2009 to be a realistic game, which means that we've included a realistic physics model, meaning that your car will react to the track surface and maintain traction. we've also added a new tyre model, which allows us to do the more accurate job of replicating the real life sensations that you'd experience on the track. for example, the way that a car will react to the rubber squirming under your wheels when you're sliding around the track will be as realistic as possible. 6a6f617c0c


There are many advantages of the development for the motorsports engines. One example, thanks to high performance, even very small phenomenon such as deterioration of engine performance can be caught. This is a little bit old story, however very interesting how the combustion chamber deposit affects the engine performance deterioration. Toyota participated in Formula One Racing (F1) from 2002 to 2009. As a result of the downturn in the world economy, various engine developments within F1 were restricted in order to reduce the cost of competing in F1. The limit on the maximum number of engines allowed has decreased year by year. Toyota focused on the engine performance deterioration due to the combustion chamber deposits. In 2009, Toyota was successful in reducing around 40% of the deterioration by making combustion chamber cleaner in cooperation with ExxonMobil.


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