Gaming Union: "It's been quite a while since gamers had a chance to get their teeth into an up to date Formula One title, with the last licenced game, Formula One Championship Edition, appearing on the PlayStation 3 back in 2007. This, of course, was a time when Lewis Hamilton hadn't even burst onto the scene and when Jensen Button was still a perennial under-achiever. Now it's 2009, and things are very different. Right now, Formula One couldn't be more popular.
When it was announced that Codemasters had acquired the F1 licence, gamers instantly become optimistic. With games like DiRT and GRiD under their belt, Codemasters have a proven track record with the genre, and Sumo Digital, the developer chosen to make the versions for Wii and PSP, also have a great deal of experience in the field. "