Unlicensed game officially endorsed by the Spice Engineering Ltd, Silverstone.
 Jointly-developed by The Attic and Artronic in conjunction with engineers and technicians at Spice Engineering Ltd., Silverstone. Game idea, design & storyboard by Peter Wilkinson; engineering support by Graham Humphries of Spice Engineering. 68K coding by David C. Bowler of The Attic. Graphics by Shaun McClure of The Attic; special effects and digitisation by Chris Tomsett of Artonic Developments.
 Game manual provides an overview of Group C Racing and the Spice Engineering & Spice Racing Team, as well as game development and news of .
 Game features joystick/keyboard control.
TRIVIA: Game appears to be officially endorsed by Spice Engineering - albeit without the usual requirement of a paid license fee - as permission for use of the company name was granted by then-Chairman of Spice Engineering and former British racing driver, Gordon Spice (see p19 of game manual).
Based on 1989 The Attic/Artronic Atari ST release.
Although not stated in the manual, there is an automatic gearbox. Pressing ‘G’ toggles between manual and automatic transmission. During qualification pause the game with ‘F1’ and then unpause with the ‘SPACE BAR’. The qualifying time is now frozen, allowing you to go as slowly as you want while remaining in pole position.
No maps found.