F1 Manager 2023: Update 1.10 addresses major game issues

F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10

F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10

Update 1.10 has arrived for F1 Manager 2023, bringing plenty of fixes to the race management title. From game stability changes to presentation fixes, Update 1.10 aims to make the game a better experience for most players.

Let’s take a look at what’s new in F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10.

Stable racing

Arguably the biggest issue with F1 Manager 2023 is its wide range of bugs, glitches, and other game-affecting problems. These range from broken animations to unexpected game crashes during races.

F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10 patch notes
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With no new features planned for the game anytime soon, Frontier is using updates to address these issues, making the game much more stable. Update 1.10 appears to be the first of many updates that begin to create more stable racing for players.

Along with correcting clipping in animations, updating art at various circuits, and improving the race sim during certain conditions, Update 1.10 fixes a game crash during a multi-collision investigation, as well as providing GPU stability improvements.

F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10 patch notes

Along with the main fixes, F1 Manager 2023 Update 1.10 also changes the race sim to give a better racing experience.

Cars in the pitlane are no longer held back unnecessarily to avoid traffic, the tyre wear rate has been changed when using more aggressive tactics, and the ‘Avoid Kerbs’ command sees driver speed reduced more appropriately.

You can read the full F1 Manager Update 1.10 patch notes below:


  • Fixed crash that could occur when multiple cars are involved a collision resulting in an investigation
  • Further GPU stability improvements


  • Improved pit releases to prevent cars being held back from traffic unnecessarily
  • 'Avoid Kerbs' command tweaked to reduce cornering speeds more appropriately
  • Increased base tyre wear rate for Attack and Aggressive pace modes to improve strategy variety and authenticity


  • Fixed occurrences of design centre being shut down for 2 days longer than stated in email


  • Updated car screens to improve presentation of various part states
  • Added staff photo for Jonathan Wheatley
  • Fixed Lance Stroll missing career history entry for 2022
  • Added alert icons to Driver/Staff tab and screens when less than 3 months remaining on a contract
  • Added "Data Not Available" state in Data View when no lap history present, rather than a blank screen
  • Increased delay on mouse repeat button presses, to prevent potential photo sensitivity issues
  • Fixed occurrences of fanfare is not displayed when driver rating changes
  • Fixed occurrences of text on 'Design' and 'Research' buttons overrunning edges
  • Fixed occurrences of 'Pit Options' button reducing in size
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  • Fixed disproportionately small edit button on Pit Crew screen on Xbox
  • Fixed 'Restore Defaults' and 'Apply Settings' buttons not working when Settings is opened whilst in Pit Options, when using a controller
  • Fixed new season fanfare appearing incorrectly when opting to switch team
  • Added SFX for new season fanfare
  • Fixed inconsistent Pit Lane Time Loss detail in Circuit Overview screens


  • Fixed occurrence of engineers clipping into car jack in race weekend background shots
  • Fixed occurrence of engineers fiddling with empty air in race weekend background shots


  • Updated DRS zones on Miami circuit map
  • Fixed grass appearing in front of camera at Barcelona
  • Fixed static Rolex clock time display at Barcelona & Hungary
  • Fixed distorted foliage appearing around Spa


  • Fixed Hungarian Starting Grid displaying polesitter as "undefined"
  • Fixed player's best finishing position not being displayed after completing Monza Race Moment

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