Codemasters has released a new trailer teasing its forthcoming F1 2013 game, which is set to hit UK stores on October 4th. The trailer gives a glimpse into the new 'classic' aspect of the game, which lets players drive iconic cars from the 80s and 90s, on tracks no longer on the F1 calendar. You'll get to drive in legendary cars - such as the 1986 Lotus 98T and 1992 Williams FW14B - on tracks including Imola and Estoril. Legendary racers in the game include Alain Prost, Emerson Fittipaldi, Nigel Mansell and Mika Hakkinen. The game - which will be available for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC - comes in two editions: F1 2013 (including 1980's cars, tracks and drivers) and F1 2013 Classic Edition (1980's content alongside classic 90's cars, drivers and circuits). With improved graphics - as previewed in this latest trailer - and handling characteristics, we sure hope the new game will be free of the bugs that have plagued the previous three incarnations. How good does this look?
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