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FIA Formula 1 2011 for Windows Phone 7
From time to time, we go back in time and write an article regarding something not so new but still worth letting you know in case you missed it. This time, XDA member shawchyn presents FIA Formula 1 for your shinny Windows Phone 7. Get results and calendars for every race in the Grand Prix for 2011. The app features the time of the event with automatic convert to your local time, constructor’s Championship, driver’s Championship, and race results including fastest lap time and pit stop time, among many more. The dev mentions that the program will need you to press the “update data files” manually.
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Originally posted by shawchyn
Current Version : 184.108.40.206
FIA Formula 1 2011 provide the race calendars, race results at every Grand Prix for 2011 season.
– Race Calendar, Time of the event automatic convert to your local time.
– Constructor’s Championship – Automatic sorted accordingly after each race.
– Driver’s Championship – Automatic sorted accordingly after each race.
– Race Results – Include Race Result, Fastest Lap Time, Pit Stop Time.
– Qualifying Result – Include Final Qualifying Time, Sector 1, 2 and 3 Laps Time.
– Driver & Team Profile included for reference.
The program will need you to press the “update data files” manually. If there are new race result data or any data need to be update, it will download and update accordingly.
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