Motorsport Manager 3 is out now for mobile devices. As of right now, it is still the best way to get some open-wheel racing action since the F1 racing game does not have any traction control and is quite difficult to play. As such, we decided to help you using this Motorsport Manager 3 Guide.
Our Motorsport Manager 3 Guide will give you various tips and tricks regarding expanding your HQ, drivers, risk management, sponsors, and more so that you can easily understand all of the mechanics of the game and what you need to do in order to excel right from the start.
Motorsport Manager 3 Guide
As you know, the purpose of this game is to manage your very own motorsport team. There are many different disciplines for you to choose from and you are in charge of everything from on track activities to development of your HQ. Let us go ahead and look at what are some of the things that you can do right from the beginning of the game in order to ensure your race results are much better than before.
Expand your HQ
Try to do this as soon as possible since it will give you a lot of new assets and opportunities for investments. Not only will you be able to keep your staff happier by having a better hospitality suite but you will also be able to get another engine sponsorship slot to rake in the cash flow.
Your engineers will also have better equipment and design centers along with testing areas for your cars. Try to do this as soon as possible.
There are two main stats to look for when you are trying to get better drivers for your team. Their maximum potential which is the number of stars beneath them, and their current potential which are the stars that have been filled in.
Try to find a balance between the 2 of them so that you are able to get decent results now and great results later. General rule of thumb is to never go for a driver below 3 stars.
While in the qualifying, try not to take way too many risks. It is best to stay within your maximum wrench limit, as that will decrease the chances of something going wrong. It is best to actually have a lap time rather than fail miserably and start from the back of the grid in the actual race.
It is best to find a balance between influence and money. The bigger sponsors will give you more influence points but less money whereas the smaller sponsors will give you more money. No approach is right but you can find the one in the middle to get the best of both worlds.
Pit Strategy is the main way you can improve your results in a race early on. Try to find the best possible combination of tyres and the number of stops. Balancing softness and durability is key in the race. Super Softs last 5 or 6 laps whereas softs last between 7 to 9 laps, so remember to find the balance between them.
That is all we have for our Motorsport Manager 3 Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!