F1 2019 is finally here – and it’s looking fantastic. In fact, you can read our F1 2019 review right here.
To celebrate the launch we’ve teamed with Codemasters to give you a copy of the game – on a console of your choice.
All you need to do is answer the following question in the comments:
Which F1 record did Brazilian driver Rubens Barrichello break at the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix?
And yes, you can look it up if you’re not sure. Or just copy the answers you see in the comments (If you really want to be that guy / girl).
And yes… if you can’t login for whatever reason, we’ve posted this on our RealSport Facebook page – so you can just comment on the post.
The winner will be picked at random from all the comments. You can only enter once.
But wait… is the game actually any good?
In short, yes.
Our own Toby Durant writes: F1 2019 has had one of the biggest launch campaigns I can remember. It started with Codemasters announcing the game would hit 2 months early, then that F2 would be included as well as a dedicated Senna vs Prost mode, customisable multiplayer cars, and an actual story within career mode.
F1 2019 will hit the shelves on 28 June, 2019 with early access available on 25 June, 2019 with the Legends Edition. But does it deliver on all the hype Codemasters have generated? Is it the game we were promised? Yes, but with one flaw.
You can read his full F1 2019 review here.
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