The deep career mode is even better when managing your own team, and the racing is superbly tactical.
What is it? The official game of the Formula 1 2020 World Championship, with F2 too.
Reviewed on: Windows 10 64-bit Home, Intel Core i7 10th Gen, 16GB RAM, NVidia GeForce RTX 2070.
Price: $60/£45, with two further tiers of premium DLC
Release date: Out now
Multiplayer: Two-player local racing in a custom season of Grands Prix, plus online ranked, unranked and league racing in up to 20-player grids.
Link: Official site
Being an F1 driver must mean a lot of weight to carry on your shoulders. I mean, when thousands of hours have been poured into crafting your exquisite race car, imagine having to face your boss after shoving it in the wall on lap 1. But what if you are the boss? F1 2020 lets you be both driver and manager in your own team, so you’re perfectly entitled to ignore your own inadequacy and instead punish disgruntled aerodynamics staff by closing their R&D department.