Mobil 1 Rally Championship (officially called Mobil 1 British Rally Championship, unofficially nicknamed Rally Championship 2000) is a rally video game which is part of the Rally Championship series. The game was released for Windows and PlayStation on 31 December 1999. It is developed by Magnetic Fields, distributed by Electronic Arts and Atod, and published by Actualize. The PC version is notable for stages based on real-life Ordnance Survey maps. Magnetic Fields exists no more.
After the Network-Q RAC Rally Championship (1996), it is a sequel to the International Rally Championship (1997). It features 22 cars and 36 tracks (42 in PlayStation version), drivable in two directions: Simulation and Arcade.
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