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The player can begin (and later have the option to continue) a career that places them in control of a motorsport racing team. When starting a new career, the user can customise the team name and colour, before selecting a racing series to enter. There are four tiers of racing series, where each successive tier can be unlocked by winning each respective racing series per tier once. The game features a hints & tips tutorial system, represented by a sprite textbox, written in the character of a moustached man named Nigel (as a homage to former British racing car driver, Nigel Mansell), who provides first-time advice throughout the game. The user also has the ability to invest into a young driver development programme, appointing head engineers and drivers, improving their team headquarters as well as developing their car to get an edge over the competition, all of which can vary in quality depending on investment level. Cash required for investment into such things can be acquired by signing sponsorship deals and completing challenges appointed by sponsors to earn bonus payments, which may vary in quality, difficulty, quantity and contract duration depending on the success and popularity of the user's racing team, with a secondary method being through earning money at the end of the racing season based on the Team Championship scores.[3][4]



About the PC version, Eurogamer wrote that "It's all been retooled thoughtfully for its debut on PC, Mac and Linux [compared to the original mobile version] - this isn't the mobile game with a few bits of extra bodywork thrown on, and instead is a totally new beast, built from the ground up."[7] Largely similar to the mobile version of the game, the player has the option to either create their own racing team or has the additional option to join a fictional motorsport racing .amboxborder:1px solid #a2a9b1;border-left:10px solid #36c;background-color:#fbfbfb; .ambox+link+.ambox,.mw-parser-output .ambox+link+style+.ambox,.mw-parser-output .ambox+link+link+.ambox,.mw-parser-output,.mw-parser-output,.mw-parser-output body.mediawiki .mw-parser-output .ambox.mbox-small-leftmargin:4px 1em 4px 0;overflow:hidden;width:238px;border-collapse:collapse;font-size:88%; .ambox-speedyborder-left:10px solid #b32424; .ambox-deleteborder-left:10px solid .ambox-contentborder-left:10px solid .ambox-styleborder-left:10px solid .ambox-moveborder-left:10px solid .ambox-protectionborder-left:10px solid .ambox .mbox-textborder:none;padding:0.25em 0.5em; .ambox .mbox-imageborder:none;padding:2px 0 2px 0.5em; .ambox .mbox-imagerightborder:none;padding:2px 0.5em 2px 0; .ambox .mbox-empty-cellborder:none;padding:0; .ambox .mbox-image-divwidth:52pxhtml.client-js .mw-parser-output .mbox-text-spanmargin-left:23px!important@media(min-width:720px).mw-parser-output .amboxmargin:0 10%

On 31 January 2017 the game received modding support via Steam Workshop allowing players to download custom made mods made by the community and change the database of the game to better reflect the real motorsport world (eg) World Motorsport Championship - Formula One Asia Pacific Super Cup - Formula Two and European Racing Series - Formula Three. It also allows players to import custom car models and more via the game's engine Unity.

Motorsport Manager PCDeveloper(s)Playsport GamesPublisher(s)SEGARelease dateNovember 9, 2016GenreSports managementRating(s)90% on Steam (11/18/2016)Platform(s)Windows PCPreceded byMotorsport Manager (Mobile app)Website -managerMotorsport Manager is a managerial game, published by Sega and developed by Playsport Games, the game focuses on the managerial aspects of motorsport.

Born March 2, 1927, Smith was the youngest of nine children and grew up on a modest farm in Oakboro, North Carolina. As a member of the Greatest Generation, Smith learned the value of hard work early in life. With an inspiring determination and relentless optimism, Smith built a business empire through the automotive and motorsports industries and left a legacy to inspire generations of his family, friends and colleagues.

Smith founded Speedway Motorsports by consolidating his motorsports holdings in December 1994, and in February 1995, he made it the first motorsports company to trade on the New York Stock Exchange. Today the company owns and operates 11 motorsports entertainment facilities: Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Sonoma Raceway, Texas Motor Speedway, Dover Motor Speedway, Nashville Superspeedway, North Wilkesboro Speedway and Kentucky Speedway.

Even with his many accomplishments in motorsports, Smith often commented that the auto retail business was his first love and maintained his primary office at his Town & Country Ford dealership in Charlotte throughout his distinguished career.

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This Baylor grad with an MBA from Acton is the brain-child behind, an e-commerce, niche company catering specifically to motorsports fans. manufactures and sells wall-piece art that replicates more than 650 different race tracks from around the world. 041b061a72


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