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Frontier today released their 1.6 patch for F1 Manager 2023 that adds the ability to change teams, be fired, and a whole new element of gameplay where you have to earn your way into managing the better teams. DLSS and FSR were also added along with some updates car models and skins. The full changelog and press release can be seen below.


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– Added Team Switching
– Expand your legacy across the whole paddock by choosing to manage a new team at the end of a season
– Added DLSS support for NVIDIA GPUs
– Added FSR support for AMD GPUs

– Updated Aston Martin car model
– Updated Haas car model
– Added the blue marking to George Russell’s Mercedes
– Corrected Williams Halo at lower levels of detail

– General stability improvements
– Fixed PC-only crash related to DX12
– Fixed an issue where Epic Store players could not access Deluxe Edition Scenarios after a network error

– Some teams have had their season objectives adjusted [NEW SAVES ONLY]:

Initial Season Objective: 2nd -> 3rd
Constructor’s Championship target season: 2024 -> 2025

Alfa Romeo
Initial season objective 7th -> 8th

Alpha Tauri
Initial season objective: 7th -> 8th

– Fixed an issue that could prevent the user being able to continue when hiring a reserve driver at end of season
– Fixed an issue where car part design and research projects were not generating the appropriate amount of expertise gain when the sliders were moved
– Fixed an issue where Research Complete emails were not showing an increase in next year’s car stats
– Fixed an issue where the email about Factory fires ending was sent before the factory reopened

– Fixed an issue where drivers did not need to use two different tyre compounds after a mid-session save
– Fixed an issue where drivers would not start pushing for their flying laps early enough on circuits with long straights in Automatic mode
– Fixed tyre warming behaviour in qualifying so that drivers’ tyres are warm when starting their flying laps
– Fixed an issue where some drivers were missing driver codes on the standings tower (Sorry Mick!)
– Fixed an issue where the ‘Need to Refuel’ dilemma in Practice and Qualifying would not pause the game
– Fixed an issue where rain VFX was not present on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles
– Fixed a rare soft lock if there was a red flag in Practice or Qualifying while the player team’s cars were exiting the pit lane
– Fixed an issue where Oscar Piastri could be referred to as “Alex” in team comms

– Fixed an issue where the UI was not anchored to the left/right side of the screen when widescreen is enabled
– Fixed a soft lock when scrolling through the standings lists in Data View
– Fixed a rare soft lock when enabling manual control in Qualifying while the tutorial was enabled
– Fixed an issue where the Data View lists could appear blank during races

Press release:

Extend your legacy in F1® Manager 2023 as first major free update offers Team Principals the opportunity to change teams mid-career
Physical copies of F1® Manager 2023 will be available from 12 September alongside existing digital downloads, where players will manage the F1® team of their choice on their terms.

F1® Manager 2023 players are now able to download the eagerly anticipated Update 1.6 across PC and consoles, which introduces the ability for Team Principals to extend their career and take on a new challenge with another team on the grid following the conclusion of each season in Career mode.

Throughout their time in the hotseat players will see their performance evaluated by the board, who will set objectives based on their respective short and long-term targets. Based on their success in achieving these results, Team Principals will see their individual rating rise or fall across each season as other teams take note of their performance. Following the conclusion of each season in-game, players will be presented with an overview of teams interested in securing their services for the following year’s campaign. Whilst a successful season might see a dream move to a top team on the table, a string of poor performances will see their options limited to those battling at the back of the pack as players look to rebuild their reputation.

Update 1.6 also brings with it a number of changes requested by the community, including adjustments to the initial season objectives for Mercedes, Alfa Romeo and Alpha Tauri. The full list of changes arriving in this update can be found on the F1 Manager website, alongside other raised topics which are currently under investigation.

In F1® Manager 2023, Team Principals will be responsible for every facet of their team’s development, from the first day at the factory through to the precise commands relayed to their all-star driver pairing. On track, the action accelerates with stunning broadcast-style visuals and immersive team radio bringing every moment of drama to life.

F1® Manager 2023 is available to purchase digitally now on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store, PlayStation® 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation® 4 and Xbox One, for a suggested retail price of £44.99/$54.99/€54.99. Physical copies of F1® Manager 2023 will be available from 12 September* as the second half of the season begins to heat up, ahead of the FORMULA ONE SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2023. Players can expand their experience digitally with the F1® Manager 2023: Deluxe Upgrade Pack to test their skills by tackling an additional 12 Exclusive Scenarios based around some of the sport’s most asked hypothetical questions. Deluxe Upgrade Pack is available to purchase digitally for a suggested retail price of £12.99/$14.99/€14.99.

* F1® Manager 2023 releases on 12 September in Europe and North America. Individual country release dates may vary.

For more news and information about F1® Manager 2023:

About Frontier
Frontier is a leading independent developer and publisher of videos founded in 1994 by David Braben, co-author of the iconic Elite game. Based in Cambridge, Frontier primarily uses its proprietary COBRA game development technology to create innovative genre-leading games for personal computers and videogame consoles.

About Formula 1®
Formula 1® racing began in 1950 and is the world’s most prestigious motor racing competition, as well as the world’s most popular annual sporting series. Formula One World Championship Limited is part of Formula 1® and holds the exclusive commercial rights to the FIA Formula One World Championship™.
Formula 1® is a subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation (NASDAQ: LSXMA, LSXMB, LSXMK, BATRA, BATRK, FWONA, FWONK) attributed to the Formula One Group tracking stock.

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