Welcome to Pitwall!
Pitwall is an online grand prix manager game
The focus is on running a grand prix team, and to make sure your car is the fastest on the track. This will allow you to promote to higher divisions, and eventually become division 1 champion.
Main features of the game
Pitwall was created to re-create the popular F1 manager games called "Grand Prix Manager 2" and "Grand Prix World" in an online setting. The game is a fun grand prix manager simulator, but with a strong focus on realism. There is one race per week, with 2 days devoted to testing and qualification which allow players plenty of time during the week to do these tasks.
- Live races
Usually with online games are races or games calculated all at once. Not so in Pitwall, where the game calculates per lap. This allows managers to change their strategy during the race.
Persons in the game are not brainless copies of each other, but each person in the game has a character. It will take managers some time to learn how to handle these different characters. When giving interviews to the press, each answer gives a different effect on different aspects on the team. Therefore you should think about which answer is best for this moment.
There's no one strategy to win in Pitwall. There have been several sort of winners: those who splash the cash but have short success, those who spend as few as possible but only focus on the essential parts of the team, those who focussed on their youth department, ... Every decision you take in Pitwall has an effect on other aspects of the game, just like in real life.
How to sign up
Pitwall is 100% free, and you can sign up on the right of the page in the green Create your own team now box.
More game information
Below is an overview of the most important aspects of the game:
Sign up now, and found your own team.
Or apply for a job with an existing team.
Buy shares in other teams to get a say in the teams operations.
Make sure your own team is operating efficiently.
It's essential that your team has the proper facilities for its operations.
In order to keep a steady cash flow, sponsorship on the car can be sold to sponsors.
Negotiations with sponsors can be tricky, as other teams are fighting to get the sponsors' signature first.
Fans are also a source of income.
You need to negotiate contracts with suppliers who supply engines, tires, fuel and brakes to your team.
Drivers can make all the difference on the race track.
While staff make all the difference behind the spotlights.
Therefore scouting good drivers and staff is essential to make sure you have the best personnel working in your team.
Every person has its specific skill set and character.
A contract can be negotiated with every person, so you should to try and sign the better drivers and staff on a long term from your opponents, or secure your current personnel.
All these events are dynamically logged in the press newspaper.
There are multiple divisions in the game, with division 1 being the highest. The top team is promoted to a higher division, while the 4 lowest teams are relegated to a lower division (if there is one).
In order to climb to division 1, the car needs to be developed so that races are won and the team is promoted to a higher division.
Once parts are developed, they need to be produced.
Once produced, they can be mounted on the car.
Following this, the car can be sent out to the track to test, qualify or race.
The advanced race script runs live, so that during the race changes can be made to your strategy. This all in the light to become champion and become the most succesful manager in the game. Do you think you can handle it? Sign up now!