GameSpot have posted a review of Grand Prix 4, awarding it 8.0/10.0.
Ultimately, Grand Prix 4 is the most accurate re-creation of the 2001 Formula 1 season available, despite its problems. To be clear, there are some things that its primary competition--F1 2002--does better, including exhibiting a better sense of speed, relaying a truer sense of driving an F1 car, and having somewhat flashier graphics overall. However, those differences are marginal at best, and nothing comes close to the selection of tuning options, realistic AI, and wealth of F1-related info you'll find in Grand Prix 4. Geoff Crammond's latest Grand Prix game might not be the hands-down best Formula 1 game currently available, but it's certainly a solid racing game that's deserving of your attention.You can read the full review here. (Thanks to Anton "Swoop" Jones for the news tip)