F1 2018

Here’s Your First-Look at the 2003 Williams FW25 in F1 2018

posted by 
Alan Walsh
July 30, 2018
F1 2018

Here’s Your First-Look at the 2003 Williams FW25 in F1 2018

posted by 
Alan Walsh
July 30, 2018

With a total of 20 historic classic cars to represent the legendary battles of Formula 1 in the years gone by and the overall heritage of the sport, there’s no denying that the line-up available in F1 2018 represents some of the most beloved, spectacular cars in the history of Formula 1. Be it the 1991 McLaren MP4/6 or the more recent ‍2010 Red Bull RB6, there’s something for everyone here.

F1 2018’s Headline Edition does feature two exclusive cars, however. One of those is the highly-requested and championship-winning 2009 Brawn BGP-001, which we’ve already checked out in a previous video. The other is the 2003 Williams FW25, which was driven by Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher. Both of these iconic classic cars will be available for standalone purchase in the future. In this video, Matt212 is onboard with the Williams on the Monaco GP circuit using the spectate camera to get up, close and personal with this classic.

The 2003 Williams FW25 is one of the few classic cars in F1 2018 that didn’t win a world championship, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a highly-requested vehicle. Its V10 engine absolutely roars when driving through the tunnel on the Monaco GP circuit – which you’ll hear for yourself in the video, and it’s also incredible fast, grippy and just all-around fantastic. It also looks quite stylish with its distinct white livery. Be sure to check it out for yourself in the above video with Matt, who discusses both the car and F1 2018 in detail throughout his commentary.

F1 2018 and its Headline Edition will be available on August 24th, 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Get ready to hit the track by checking out this in-depth 40-minute video preview of the Career Mode, as well as our hands-on with the game on a £2,000 Playseat and Fanatec wheel setup. There’s also a video highlighting a new Invitational event on the Circuit Paul Ricard using a Ferrari F2004, as well as another that shows off the ‘halo’ cockpit camera on Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, home of the Belgium Grand Prix.