✶ F1 1989 Season V3.0 by Cherry, David Marques, Sky and BMCM3 ✶

Many new updates to cars and tracks, including physics and sounds.

Brief History
BMCM3 had the idea of making a 1989 F1 Season and started the work on his own.
Later, Cherry began helping him with the models that were not already done for
F1C. In the end, Cherry created all of the models from scratch using the wheels
from the 91 Season V1. David M. fixed the wheels, helmets, pit crews, BKs,
driver performance and FPS issues which also existed in the 91 mod. Sky finally
came along and created accurate car physics and sounds for the season.

Teams Credit
AGS Cherry
Arrows Cherry
Benetton Cherry
Brabham Cherry
Coloni Cherry
Dallara Cherry
EuroBrun Cherry
Ferrari Cherry
Larrousse Cherry
Ligier Cherry (Based with permission on Prairie’s 1990 Ligier)
Lotus Cherry
March Cherry
McLaren Cherry
Minardi Cherry
Onyx Cherry (Based with permission on Prairie’s 1990 Onyx)
Osella Cherry
Rial Cherry
Tyrrell Cherry
Williams Cherry
Zakspeed Cherry

All cockpits for all teams done by the talented Cherry

Wheels and Rims
All tyres and rims created and used with permission by Prairie.
Rim Logos and some special designs created by David M.

Engine sounds made by Sky and sound effects taken from F1C

Physics (Engines, Gears, Chasis, Suspensions, Tires) accurately made by Sky.

Tracks Credit
Jacarepagua Carrera.4
Imola: TTTTT (Converted and updated by David M. and mrjglo)
Monaco F1C (Sponsors updated by David M.)
Hermanos Carrera.4
Phoenix NerickSenna (Updated by David M., 89-90 AIW by Frentzen127)
Montreal Carrera.4
Paul Ricard Carrera.4
Silverstone Carrera.4
Hockenheim Carrera.4
Hungaroring F1C (Sponsors updated by David M.)
Spa F1C (Sponsors updated by David M.)
Monza Carrera.4
Estoril Carrera.4
Jerez Carrera.4
Suzuka F1C (Sponsors updated by David M.)
Adelaide Carrera.4

***NOTE: Carrera 4 mentioned that his tracks can be converted and used if the
exact layout doesn’t already exist in F1C. His versions of Brazil, Mexico,
Portugal and Spain did not exist in F1C before. His Italy has a wider Lesmo
curve used prior to the version in F1C. His Montreal has a wider Wall of
Champions chicane, shorter hairpin and accurate Casino straight curve as used
from 88-95. His Paul Ricard is the old classic layout as opposed to Tantra’s
modern version.

Helmets Andrelotterer
Team Uniforms Eddie, David M., Cherry
Team BKs David M.
Team Icons David M. and Prairie
Track LODs David M.

Special Thanks
BMCM3 Originally he start this project, but he went away somewhere on
the way. Thanks for starting it, without your motivation, this
mod would have never happened

Cherry For all his exceptional work and patience in this project.
It was a real pleasure to work with you mate. Domo aregato
Mr. Cherry-san!

Paul Spanners For all the picture, data collection and testing

Prairie For allowing us to use some of his fantastic cars and wheels
from the 90 season

Psychotronik For allowing us to use some of his work from the 90 season

Eddie Always resourseful and helpful, a true mate

Sky For new accurate physics and awesome engine sounds

Danil89 For creating accurate GDB files

Known Bugs

Terms Of Use
Enjoy this mod to the fullest, that’s all. If you want to convert or use this
as a base to create other cars, you’re welcome in doing so as long as the
appropriate credit is given to the respective authors of the files you are
using. You can find all authors in this file

1) Backup and delete any other 1989 mods from F1C for this mod to work properly
2) Download and install the updated versions of the following default circuits: Monaco, Spa –> http://forum.race4sim.com/showthread.php?tid=510
3) Extract all files from F1 1989 Season.exe to F1C installation directory
4) Wait for 89Setup.bat to autorun (This will add driver names to game.dic and insert all team pit walls in logomap.mas)
5) Run F1 Challenge 99-02.exe and enjoy the ride


Author: David Marques, Cherry, Sky, BMCM3

file size: 599.7 mb

file type: exe

Version: 3.0

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