Voice work from every one of the 2022 season's official drivers lend authenticity to the radio exchanges, although most are monosyllabic, while the soundtrack and commentary from David Croft and Karun Chandhok contribute to the race day atmosphere.
Frontier has gone to great lengths to ensure F1 Manager 2022's broadcast-style presentation is spot on, while car models and driver likenesses are robust. There are one or two visual hiccups now and again, like textures popping in, but overall, if looks pretty good.
The dizzying number of options and menus to navigate could have made F1 Manager a real headache, but, even when using a controller, everything is logically and intuitively laid out, making your job as Team Principal marginally less complicated.
While it would have been nice to have a few extra options beyond the core career, it seems slightly churlish to bemoan such an in-depth and impeccably put together management game. If you're into Formula One and fancy a go at being a team boss, you won't feel shortchanged.
A rather bland and unimaginative list, which covers all of the rudimentary milestones you'd expect. Win a race, achieve pole position, complete a season, design a car part, fit a car part, yada yada yada. There are only 29 trophies (plus the Platinum), too, which makes this list seem like a bit of an afterthought.