- published: 25 Oct 2015
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The 1990 US GP in Phoenix, featuring a David and Goliath battle between Senna's McLaren and Alesi's Tyrrell, was a classic. It was voted by followers of @F1 on Twitter as their favourite US Grand Prix. For more F1® videos, visit http://www.Formula1.com Follow F1® on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/F1 Follow F1® on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/F1
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Round 1 of my career mode using the Ligier Lamborghini. rFactor's crash-happy AI around this track and the strange safety car behaviour and rules ended up seeing the time limit expire 8 laps from the end. My recording software ended up missing a few laps off the end, however you missed nothing apart from a safety car that goes too slow and about half a lap's worth of racing before another AI pile-up occurred, bringing the safety car back out.
Formula 1 street circuit, combining 1990 layout with 1991 will result in 95% of the track still existing in year 2015. Last apex is missing because there is a parking lot there, it used to be 6th avenue. Not many places in the world can you jump in your car and enjoy the same circuit that Ayrton Senna won two times.
Includes the debut of the Jordan team.
The NETZSCH Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, Differential Photocalorimeter, works in the temperature range from -100°C to 200°C. The Differential Photocalorimetry instrument has a gas-tight measuring cell and the purge gas control is regulated by a mass flow controller (MFC). MOre information: http://www.netzsch-thermal-analysis.com/en/products/detail/pid,41.html