How the $100K F1 2015 Bundle Is Priced Out:  How Much Does a $100k F1 Bundle Cost?

by Buzzfeed’s David WongThe latest update from F1 2017 was released yesterday, and it looks like F1 2016 was one of the few games that was released for a little over a week, before the game was delayed and eventually cancelled. 

While the update only mentions the first race, it does mention that the driver and the cars are available for pre-order now.

That’s not all though, as it’s also mentioned that pre-orders for the race itself will be available on December 6th, so you can start pre-ordering your ticket now and save some cash if you’re looking for the cheapest way to watch the race in the future.

The full update, which you can see below, says that the F1 2018 Edition bundle will cost $1,999.99 and includes the first four races, the F3 and F4 cars, and the season-long car upgrades. 

That’s an extra $100 per seat and a little more than $300 a day if you buy a seat and the seat is not part of the bundle.

The F1 Season 3 Bundle, meanwhile, is priced at $1.99.

That’s a little less than the F4 season and the F2 season, which are still available for $999.

The F1 season starts December 3rd, so it will be interesting to see how much that’s going to change as more racing is released for the full season. 

For comparison, you can find the F2017 bundle here for $2,299.99 with no seat upgrades.

If you buy both of those, you’ll save $300 per day. 

F1 2018 will be released on December 11th for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, so if you want to get in on the action for the game before the holidays, you have until the 12th to do so.