Summary: This may be an old game but there are people still modding and updating it and you can still get it online so its worth looking at if you're an F1 fan, however.. The game doesn't really model the world of Formula One, its more of a racing game with management 'bits' bolted on.
Excerpt: F1 Manager was released in 2000 and is supported on Windows 95 and 98. It's a complex game with many aspects - for example you can modify your car right down to the electronics and brand of brake pads!
Summary: This is a great game, better then the other f1 managers by some bit, but this is my comment so it's not a universal comment. however their are a few in built flaws with this game, the AI is built so Mclaren has to win and has to have the best engine of them all, for example i did a modification to...
Summary: This is absolutely boring! I've never played it. but it is one oldest. smelliest games i have ever seen. Formula One 2002 on PS2 has better detail. and gameplay. Sony's formula one 2002. just for once. kills Ea's f1 manager. So does Formula One 2000. also called FormulaOne2000.
Summary: I don't need to add too much to the other reviews here, this is a good game and I really enjoy playing. BUT once you enter a race weekend you cannot save the game until the weekend is over, which may represent about 2 hours game play.
Summary: Yes, these days this game will be seen as being very old hat compared to all of the more modern games and their far better graphics, etc . . . But for the time it came out regarding all of those, it was still playable.
Summary: well for 1 its a good managment game with all the big F1 features. But however, they missed a few things. Its always sunny and when your watching the TV or pitwall mode, you never see your car overtake!
Summary: First off, this is the best F1 management game I have ever played. Sponsor and driver changes appear on the 3D cars, drivers can attend test days, you can hire and fire personnel to your heart's content, and there are many sponsor slots to be filled.