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Including the championship 2009 Brawn BGP-001 driven by that year’s F1 World Champion Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello, and the 2003 Williams FW25. Two additions that will no doubt come as a welcome surprise to F1 fans. Both come as part of the Headline Edition which is currently available for pre-order.


“The inclusion of classic cars in last year’s game was a huge hit with our players and fans of the sport so we wanted to build on that with the inclusion of more classics in F1 2018,” commented Paul Jeal, Franchise Director for Formula 1 at Codemasters. “The Brawn is without doubt the most requested classic car by our passionate F1 community, so we are delighted to be bringing it to the game.

“To win both the drivers’ and constructors’ World Championships in your only season is a phenomenal achievement and made the Brawn instantly iconic, and not only that but it looks gorgeous too,” continued Paul. “The 2003 Williams was also a fantastic car, which got better as the season went on. Juan Pablo Montoya went on to record 8 podiums in a row, so I’m sure players will relish the opportunity to get behind the wheel of this car too.”


Additional classic cars are still to be added to F1 2018 - which launches August 24, 2018.



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