The internet can be a strange, beautiful place sometimes.
Released in early 2003 for the PC, Playstation 2, Microsoft Xbox, and Nintendo Gamecube, F1 Challenge 99-02 was the last F1 title with the EA Sports logo on the package. While the console version of the game was met with lukewarm reception, the PC version of the game spawned a cult following and established itself as a legitimate modding platform, eventually pushing Image Space Incorporated to expand on the concept and develop the original rFactor.
Given F1 Challenge’s low system requirements and abandonware status, all kinds of people have gotten their hands on the game. YouTube user ConRoeVirrallis, records himself rambling and singing in multiple languages at the same time, while watching AI races. Some videos of his are as short as five seconds, others as long as thirty minutes, and most have less than sixty views.
Somewhere, this classifies as art.