F1 World Championship Edition is a racing game developed by Peakstar Software and published by Domark Software for the Amiga and Genesis platforms. It also saw a Europe-only Super Nintendo version. The game is a sequel to F1, or Formula One, a 1993 racing game for Sega systems and home computers.
Depending on the version, the player is either inside the cockpit of the F1 vehicle or controlling the car from a third-person "behind the vehicle" view. Players choose a driver, customizing their name if desired, and races on Formula 1 courses around the world in either the competition or practice mode. The game procured the license to use the real names of teams and drivers.