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Frontier streamed a pre-recorded community update that included coverage of F1 Manager 24 and have helpfully cut the applicable 10-minute segment out and uploaded it so I can embed it below. It places significant focus on the previously announced new ‘create a team’ mode and, as I suspected, confirmed it will have generic (fake) sponsors, etc.

Here are the major things of note:

– (02:15) Discussion of “create a team” begins
– Create a team is an 11th team, does not replace one of the real teams
– Mentions a livery creation tool (but doesn’t show it)
– Livery creation tool can also do helmets and suits
– You can pull real drivers into your team or use generated ones
– You can set your budget for your team
– You will negotiate with fake sponsors and place them on your car. A little bit of footage is shown of logo placement on car and suit
– You will have “freedom to create your team logo”
– You can have one-off liveries for single races, etc
– Sponsor negotiation discussed, not much detail given but it sounds like sponsors will set targets for you to achieve
– Mechanical failures, new cameras, driver personality changes were mentioned in closing

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