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Grand Prix Manager (Windows)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
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5 point score based on user ratings.

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74
Power Play
Um mir alle Läufe auf Eurosport mit dem Kommentar von John Watson live reinzuziehen, steh‘ ich auch ohne mit der Wimper zu zucken mitten in der Nacht auf (Hartmut übrigens auch). Deshalb bin ich von der realistischen und kompetenten Umsetzung des hochkomplexen Formel1-Zirkus fasziniert. Die — höflich ausgedrückt — grafisch unscheinbaren Rennen sind zwar etwas langatmig, bieten dem um Durchblick bemühten Teammanager aber eine wahre Flut an Informationen. Durch die vielfältigen Möglichkeiten, auf die Situationen während des Laufes zu reagieren und seine Fahrer darauf einzustellen, geht der Spielpart während der Rennwochenenden fast schon als Simulation durch. Mit mir geht dagegen der Gaul durch, wenn ich sehe, wie Microprose mit viel Geld die Originalnamen einkauft, nur um sie dann mit lächerlichen Fantasieteams und völlig unrealistischen Motorenherstellern zu garnieren.
60
Computer Gaming World (CGW)
I'm a guy who relished “hands-on” racing products, where Driving The Machine takes absolute precedence. Yet, much to my surprise, GRAND PRIX MANAGER is where I'm going these days for my racing fix, despite sometimes being told that a driver's fastest lap was his first one – an impossibility. This comprehensive racing game is fresh and bold. Too bad it isn't enough of a complete package to interest more than diehards like me.
60
World Village (Gamer's Zone)
Still and all, lovers of Grand Prix racing will find things in Grand Prix Manager that they'll probably enjoy. Their knowledge of the sport will no doubt lead them to a car and a team good enough to attract Nigel Mansell himself, though he commands a daunting $16 million in salary. Serious gearheads will have fun tinkering with pit stop staggering, fuel loads, tire pressure, and may even enjoy giving orders during the long races. However, those of us without such knowledge will be, in effect, driving blind, and that's the surest way to drive right into a wall.