F1 2011 has all the official tracks and drivers from that season on call for players. It features several modes ranging from the drop in and play Quick Race Mode which has no practice or qualifying laps, through to the career mode which covers all aspects of the actual racing and the driver's progress to the higher echelons of the sport.
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F1 2011 is a motorsports racing game that can be played on the 3DS gaming console. The game, produced by Codemasters, is based on the Formula One World Championship racing series. F1 2011 comes with official licenses for the 2011 Formula One World Championship, which means all of the tracks and drivers from the 2011 season are present in the game.
Quick Race -
This is the quickest mode in F1 2011, where a player selects a driver and the track on which they want to race. Qualifying and the practice sessions are skipped, so that it goes straight to race action.
Time Trial -
The time trial mode allows players to set their fastest lap times on any of the official 2011 Formula One tracks. Lap times are saved so that progress can be tracked, and lap times can also be submitted to online leader boards.
Cars are automatically set up to be as fast as possible during the time trial, with tire wear not being an issue.
Grand Prix -
This mode allows a user to get the full F1 Grand Prix experience. After the driver and race track have been selected, the race length and various other settings can be adjusted. In the Grand Prix experience, there are two practice sessions, the qualifying session, and the race. Car settings can be adjusted for optimum performance during the practice sessions and at the start of qualifying.
This is the most comprehensive mode in F1 2011. The career mode begins with a player entering his or her personal information, real of fictional. Once a team is selected, the F1 season can begin. The team will lay out the expectations for each qualifying session and race. Those drivers who perform well throughout the season will receive offers from teams of higher caliber in the off season. The objective of career mode is to get to drive one of the fastest cars on the grid (Ferrari, McLaren or Red Bull) and to win the F1 World Championship.
There are two multiplayer modes, the local mode and the online mode. Locally, games can be set up through LAN or WiFi connections, enabling players to race with their friends. The online mode consists of various race lobbies where players can join in and compete with others from around the world.
F1 2011 is one of the best racing games available on the 3DS. This is a game that can be enjoyed by F1 enthusiasts and first timers alike. By setting the difficulty level to your preference, you can enjoy the game the way you desire. If you are playing a F1 game for the first time, "easy" is the way to go. For those who want a serious challenge, the "hard" or "expert" difficulty levels will certainly provide that.
The one downside to this game is the car handling. Compared to other racing games on the 3DS, F1 2011 veers to the side of simulation. This can make for a challenging handling experience, especially if you have never played the game.