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F1 Manager 2022

F1 Manager 2022 update addresses AI fuel and wet weather issues 

F1 Manager 2022: Making Ferrari great again, part 2

Frontier Developments’ F1 Manager 2022 gains a series of hotfixes, including improved AI behaviour, in its v1.9 update.

F1 Manager 2022 has been given another tune-up by developer Frontier Developments, bringing the game up to version 1.9 with a set of minor hotfixes for PC (PlayStation and Xbox updates will follow).  

Six weeks on from its release, the Formula 1 management sim has already received a couple of major revisions. The v1.8 update, for example, significantly addressed tyre degradation issues – meaning a one-stop strategy is no longer the quickest way to complete every race.

For v1.9, however, the developer has made tweaks to the way cars burn through fuel, minimising the chance of players and AI running dry mid-race.  

Also, AI opponents are now less likely to make unnecessary pit stops in inclement conditions, an issue which led to immersion-breaking moments. After all, F1 Manager’s wet and intermediate tyres stand up pretty well to the rigours of Grand Prix racing. 

Another minor issue regarding the game’s user interface on ultra-wide monitors has also been addressed. Selecting the ‘enable widescreen UI during sessions’ option led to players being unable to click on mid-race pop-ups, causing significant events like crashes, pit stops and weather changes to be missed. 

Is there anything else you’d like to see addressed in F1 Manager 2022? Are you happy with the number of updates by Frontier Developments since the game’s release? is Let us know in the comments below. 

F1 Manager 2022: Making Ferrari great again, part 2

F1 Manager 2022 v1.9 changelog 

  • Improvements made to fuel usage, reducing instances of both player and AI drivers running out of fuel during a race 
  • Improvements made to AI behaviour during wet or mixed conditions races, reducing instances of unrealistic or unnecessary pit stops 
  •  Fixed issue causing dilemma pop-ups to not be clickable on ultra-wide screens when ‘enable widescreen UI during sessions’ is enabled 
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