A new, lengthy Motorsport Manager trailer shows how the game will handle the parts of a team that don’t involve driving around a track. There’s drivers to keep happy while nursing rivalries, mechanics to manage, relationships to maintain in the hopes of getting bonuses and contracts to negotiate.
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It’s interesting stuff. In the same way that Football Manager shows much more goes into a club than scoring goals and saving penalties, Motorsport Manager wants to make it clear that it’s all about the brains behind the wheels, not just the horsepower. Building a team from the ground-up might mean selling good drivers to get more money, or hiring a dodgy mechanic along with his star driver because they already work so well together.
Originally a mobile app, the PC version will hit in September of this year.