Published in the book Sixty Programs For The BBC Micro by Pan Books Ltd, in association with Personal Computer News. The listing as printed in the book was faulty, and quite a lot of work has been done to make the game playable as intended by the author. The book contains the following description:
Grand Prix offers you a race-track, a worthy opponent (in the shape of your micro's car), and as much speed as you can handle. Unlike the computer, you have a choice of gears (first or second), and it's up to you to select the type of course you want to compete on. If you crash you not only lose points, but you are replaced on the track in a random position, so you'll have to sort yourself out pretty snappily if you want to get back into the running.
|Publishers||Pan Books Ltd.|
Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Business Publications)
Driving (Top Down)
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||Sixty programs for the BBC Micro (BOOK)|