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Re: Formula Manager 2000 - pick your teams

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Arrows' drivers bids
All bids in order of preference

Driver 1 - If our Tier A sponsor is PIAA
Toranosuke Takagi (Pay, 2 years)
Shinji Nakano (Pay, 1 year)
Ukyo Katayama (consider yourself fortunate to still be in the running for an F1 seat in the year of our Lord 2000, 1 year)

Driver 1 - If our Tier A sponsor is PSN
Juan Pablo Montoya (300k, 1 year, will happily let him use the team as a stepping stone at the end of the season)
Pedro Diniz (Pay, 1 year)
Ricardo Zonta (Pay, 2 years)

Driver 1 - If our Tier A sponsor is Red Bull or Fondmetal
Due to the lack of suitable drivers, we will be renamed as Red Bull Racing
Juan Pablo Montoya (300k, 1 year, will happily let him use the team as a stepping stone at the end of the season)
Toranosuke Takagi (Pay, 2 years)
Ricardo Zonta (Pay, 2 years)

Driver 2 - If our Tier B sponsor is Telefonica
Juan Pablo Montoya (300k, 1 year, will happily let him use the team as a stepping stone at the end of the season)
Pedro de la Rosa (250k, 2 years)
Marc Gene (200k, 2 years)

Driver 2 - If our Tier B sponsor is PSN and our Tier A sponsor IS NOT also PSN
Juan Pablo Montoya (300k, 1 year, will happily let him use the team as a stepping stone at the end of the season)
Pedro Diniz (Pay, 1 year)
Ricardo Zonta (Pay, 2 years)

Driver 2 - If our Tier B sponsor is Fondmetal, or PSN and our Tier A sponsor IS also PSN
Juan Pablo Montoya (300k, 1 year, will happily let him use the team as a stepping stone at the end of the season)
Pedro de la Rosa (250k, 2 years)
Toranosuke Takagi (Pay, 2 years)
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Re: Formula Manager 2000 - pick your teams

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Ferrari Driver Bids in order of Preference

Seat #1:
1. Michael Schumacher (¤750k, three years and guaranteed number one status at all times)
2. Mika Häkkinen (600k, as many years as he wants and guaranteed number one status at all times)
3. Ralf Schumacher (¤500k, three years)

Seat #2:
1. David Coulthard (¤400k, two years, or ¤300k, three years. If he says yes then he can decide which he wants)
2. Rubens Barrichello (¤450k, two years, or ¤350k, three years. If he says yes then he can decide which he wants)
3. Ralf Schumacher (¤450k, two years, or ¤350k, three years. If he says yes then he can decide which he wants)
4. Luca Badoer (¤100k, one year)
5. Heinz-Harald Frentzen (¤200k, two years)
6. Jarno Trulli (¤100k, one year)


Ferrari also welcome any team who wishes to take on Luca Badoer as a full-time driver. We are willing to offer extra compensation to any team who takes him on for the 2000 season in F1 if Ferrari themselves don't hire him. Luca has been a loyal member of our family and we wish to see him do well in the series. Basically DM me here or on Discord for more information about money.
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Re: Formula Manager 2000 - pick your teams

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JAGUAR DRIVER BIDS

1st Driver (Driver is guaranteed Number 1 status)
Rubens Barrichello (700.000/3 years)
Giancarlo Fisichella (550.000/ 2 years)
Olivier Panis (500.000/2 years)
Johnny Herbert (500.000/2 years)

2nd Driver

(If Telefonica is our Tier A sponsor)
Pedro da la Rosa (250.000/1 year)
Marc Gene (150.000/ 1 year)
Norberto Fontana (PD/1 year)

(If Telefonica is NOT our Tier A Sponsor)
Alan McNish (250.000/1 year)
Luca Badoer (150.000/1 year)
Satoshi Motoyama (PD/1 year)

Reserve Driver (Will substitute for McNish at Canada)
Satoshi Motoyama (PD/1 year)
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Minardi driver bids

Driver 1
Fernando Alonso - 100k, 3 years
Satoshi Motoyama - Pay, 1 year ONLY IF PIAA is our title sponsor
Pedro de la Rosa - 150k, 1 year
Marc Gene - 150k, 1 year
Norberto Fontana - Pay, 1 year

Driver 2
Juan Pablo Montoya - 600k, 2 years
Pedro Diniz - Pay, 1 year
Ricardo Rosset - Pay, 1 year
Cristiano da Matta - Pay, 3 years
Max Wilson - Pay, 1 year

In case deadline doesn't run over us I will also be opening negotiation for a Badoer deal with Ferrari shortly
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Formula Manager 2000 - F1 driver bids

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With interest in participating in the YDT very low, I will lower the YDT fee to only 50k, and multiple drivers can be brought there. Only one of your young drivers can have an F1 seat at a time, but them driving for you will increase their odds of signing for you in F2. The YDT will be complemented by a full-blown preseason test at Paul Ricard, with all expenses paid by the FIA.
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Williams Bids

Driver 1
Ralf Schumacher (650k, 3 years)
Jarno Trulli (450k, 1 year)
Giancarlo Fisichella (400k, 1 year)
Alexander Wurz (250k, 1 year)

Driver 2
IF PSN is signed as B Tier Sponsor:
Rubens Barrichello (700k, 2 years)
Juan Pablo Montoya (500k, 2 years)
Ricardo Zonta (pay driver, 1 year)
Pedro Diniz (pay driver, 1 year)
Cristiano da Matta (pay driver, 1 year)
Norberto Fontana (pay driver, 1 year)

IF Telefonica is signed as B Tier Sponsor:
Juan Pablo Montoya (500k, 2 years)
Fernando Alonso (100k, 2 years) will be sent to the YDT
Pedro de la Rosa (150k, 1 year)
Marc Gene (100k, 1 year)
Norberto Fontana (pay driver, 1 year)


IF neither, Telefonica nor PSN, are signed as B Tier Sponsor:
Rubens Barrichello (700k, 2 years)
Nick Heidfeld (250k, 2 years)
Juan Pablo Montoya (500k, 2 years)
Alexander Wurz (250k, 1 year)
Fernando Alonso (100k, 2 years) will be sent to the YDT
Jean Alesi (200k, 1 year)
Olivier Panis (200k, 1 year)
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Re: Formula Manager 2000 - F1 driver bids

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GT_Forti1 wrote: 18 Nov 2022, 16:11 With interest in participating in the YDT very low, I will lower the YDT fee to only 50k, and multiple drivers can be brought there. Only one of your young drivers can have an F1 seat at a time, but them driving for you will increase their odds of signing for you in F2. The YDT will be complemented by a full-blown preseason test at Paul Ricard, with all expenses paid by the FIA.
I must have missed the announcement. Prost would certainly like to test Sarrazin, Bourdais, and because Aislabie keeps insisting, Walfisch.
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Re: Formula Manager 2000 - F1 driver bids

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Butterfox wrote: 19 Nov 2022, 15:56
GT_Forti1 wrote: 18 Nov 2022, 16:11 With interest in participating in the YDT very low, I will lower the YDT fee to only 50k, and multiple drivers can be brought there. Only one of your young drivers can have an F1 seat at a time, but them driving for you will increase their odds of signing for you in F2. The YDT will be complemented by a full-blown preseason test at Paul Ricard, with all expenses paid by the FIA.
I must have missed the announcement. Prost would certainly like to test Sarrazin, Bourdais, and because Aislabie keeps insisting, Walfisch.
Sarrazin already has a super license so he won’t come, but your YDT bids have been noted. Alternatively you can send Montagny
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GT_Forti1 wrote: 19 Nov 2022, 16:48
Butterfox wrote: 19 Nov 2022, 15:56
GT_Forti1 wrote: 18 Nov 2022, 16:11 With interest in participating in the YDT very low, I will lower the YDT fee to only 50k, and multiple drivers can be brought there. Only one of your young drivers can have an F1 seat at a time, but them driving for you will increase their odds of signing for you in F2. The YDT will be complemented by a full-blown preseason test at Paul Ricard, with all expenses paid by the FIA.
I must have missed the announcement. Prost would certainly like to test Sarrazin, Bourdais, and because Aislabie keeps insisting, Walfisch.
Sarrazin already has a super license so he won’t come, but your YDT bids have been noted. Alternatively you can send Montagny
Then i will send Montagny yes. Ayari has a licence too already so he won't need to be there.
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Re: Formula Manager 2000

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I have returned. Gonna give everyone until the 26th to adjust their bids. If nothing comes in from Bleu then Benetton's drivers become autopiloted. In case anyone didn't get the memo, we will be using Scrub-Era higher-choice RNG and you can only bid for a sponsor for one slot only. Unless edited, those extra bids will not be counted and you'll have an empty sponsor slot. If you end up with empty sponsor slots then too bad, you can't do anything about it.
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I may have misunderstood something said on Discord a day or two back (so ignore this if it's irrelevant), but Ferrari would like to announce that its chief test and reserve driver will be Luca Badoer.

We would also like to get Flavio Briatore's grubby hands off of Sebastien Bourdais and put him as our number one junior talent for Astromega (F2rrari). We would also like to super happy reserve Justin Wilson alongside him.
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Rob Dylan wrote: 24 Nov 2022, 10:09 I may have misunderstood something said on Discord a day or two back (so ignore this if it's irrelevant), but Ferrari would like to announce that its chief test and reserve driver will be Luca Badoer.

We would also like to get Flavio Briatore's grubby hands off of Sebastien Bourdais and put him as our number one junior talent for Astromega (F2rrari). We would also like to super happy reserve Justin Wilson alongside him.
Obviously for Bourdais the right choice would be to become junior driver for Prost and drive at Apomatox. Because if he doesn't he'd be a traitor to his country. But we are willing to let him get some experience at Ferrari before he goes on to a bigger team :twisted:
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I thought I made driver bids earlier.

Driver #1
Giancarlo Fisichella 550 000 / 2 years
Jarno Trulli 550 000 / 2 years
Olivier Panis 450 000 / 1 year
Jos Verstappen 500 000 / 1 year
Alexander Wurz 300 000 / 1 year

Driver #2
Mika Salo 350 000 / 1 year
Dario Franchitti 200 000 / 1 year
Pedro de la Rosa 250 000 / 1 year
Marc Gene 200 000 / 1 year
Luca Badoer 200 000 / 1 year

If Franchitti is signed, he will take part in YDT.
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Ferrari and Red Bull Sauber have reached an agreement together regarding Luca Badoer and engines.

Red Bull Sauber agree to run Luca Badoer as one of their drivers for this season. Badoer will remain reserve driver to Ferrari in case one of our drivers get sick or die or something.

Red Bull Sauber in turn get Ferrari customer engines (whatever the standard deal is) and Ferrari promise not to give Ferrari customers to any other team on the F1 grid this season.
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Re: Formula Manager 2000

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British American Racing will be placing the following drivers at 555 Racing for the 2000 season, in addition to sending both to Jerez for the Young Drivers Test

22. Image Tomas Scheckter
23. Image Jenson Button

If either wins the Championship, we guarantee them a Formula One race seat for the following season.

Should we need to call on one of them as a reserve driver for the Formula One team, we will call upon whoever is ahead in the Formula 2 Championship at the time.

We would also like to approach Image Patrick Lemarié for the very important double-role of Formula One Test Driver and Formula Two Reserve Driver
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The newly-christened Warsteiner Competition will retain Mario Haberfeld and hire Christijan Albers. Haberfeld and newly-signed Nick Heidfeld will do work in the Young Driver's Test.
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The DAMS Williams academy team would like to offer

Mark Webber a drive for 2000, plus a YDT with Williams and the official test and reserve role at Williams.

The second seat (or first seat with the same bonus conditions as offered to Webber, if he declines) is offered to(in order of preference):
Luciano Burti
Enrique Bernoldi
Patrick Friesacher
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Gaulioses Apomatox Prost GP will bid for
First car
-Sebastian Bourdais, with a promotion to Prost GP in 2002, meanwhile being allowed to test and drive for Ferrari, whom he has a contract with (no other teams than Ferrari)
-Franck Montagny

Second car
-Fabrice Walfisch
-Soheil ayari

If Montagny doesn't get a seat, he will get an offer to become first reserve should Ferrari need to call upon Bourdais, Ayari will become second reserve, and Derichebourg will get the offer to become the third reserve.
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Just to confirm that PIAA Panamerican Racing have signed Jan Magnussen as reserve driver, with a retainer of 5k per race he's involved in.
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Red Bull Sauber confirm the deal with Ferrari and Luca Badoer.

Following the failures to sign any of the drivers, the team offered a 750k/1 year contract to David Coulthard.

Furthermore, Enrique Bernoldi will be sent to the YDT with aims to become the team's reserve driver, as well as running in F2 (F3000?) for the 2000 season for the Junior Team, with Ricardo Maurício set to take the second seat.
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F2rrari (Astromega) would like to sign their young drivers Sebastien Bourdais and Justin Wilson for the upcoming F2 season.

Luca Badoer remains our reserve driver as per the agreement with Red Bull Sauber (I guess that makes Badoer our third young driver?). However, I am also not restricting Bourdais/Wilson from accepting other F1 drives, although obviously I would like to be consulted first. They are still very young and need experience, so focussing on F2 is their priority for me.
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Benetton would like to place Fabrizio Gollin and Marc Hynes to the F2 team. If either of them wins championship, they would be promoted to F1 seat in 2001.

We will plan to have Hynes in YDT.
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Honda will opt to send Alex Yoong over to the YDT.

In addition, we will allow a maximum of 1 customer team for 2000, with the option to expand the pool for 2001.
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Just to clarify, Ferrari will miss any YDT sessions that their sponsors require. The young drivers can lump it.
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Jaguar-Ford will restrict the number of customer Fords packages available on the grid for 2000 to 2.

With pressure from our father company, we request that the year-old Cosworths are badged as Fords going forward, though teams are allowed to rename the engine for sponsorship reasons if required. The 2000-spec Cosworths used by Jaguar itself will remain badged as Cosworths.

-- - - - - -
Jaguar asks if the following drivers would be interested in representing the team for the Young Driver Test (only 1 seat available for the test):

Darren Manning
Mark Webber
James Davies
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Minardi would place the following driver bids for its academy team Coloni:

Bruno Junqueira
Cristiano da Matta
Norberto Fontana
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Formula Manager 2000 - car development

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Car development has begun. Please specify the tier for your car and bid for the engine(s) you want.
Also, it isn't too late to request upfront payments from your sponsors to get additional funding for your car (if you fail their objectives, you gotta pay them back)

Edit: And don't forget about the 500k entrance fee that must be paid before the season starts
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Benetton applies for B-chassis and Supertec engines (2 years, 550 000).
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*Prost will ask Yahoo to pay upfront as well and would like to remind T-minus of their promises :pantano:

*Prost will bid for Peugeot engines, with Supertec as plan B

If i count correctly, if Yahoo also pays upfront, we could afford a tier B chassis, but please confirm if i get 300K extra before you count this, if i don't, then get me a tier C and cancel the YDT entry.
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Panamerican will go for a Tier A chassis (Tora Takagi in a potentially fast car, be still my beating heart) and bid for Supertec engines.
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JORDAN will build a Tier 1 chassis.

Our preferred engine deals are as follows (years if possible):
1. Honda (2 years, ¤850.000)
2. BMW (3 years, ¤900.000)
3. Supertec (1 year, ¤550.000)
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Butterfox wrote: 06 Dec 2022, 14:05 ...if Yahoo also pays upfront, we could afford a tier B chassis, but please confirm if i get 300K extra before you count this, if i don't, then get me a tier C and cancel the YDT entry.
Yes, Yahoo can and will give you 300k (they don't have any extra conditions, I must have missed that during the first budget update)
So the AP03 will be Tier B.
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Team: Jaguar
Chassis: Tier A
Engine: Cosworth CR-2 (Works)
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Team : Panasonic Honda Racing
Chassis : Tier B
Engine : Honda (works)
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Team: Ferrari
Engine: Ferrari (works)
Chassis: A-tier
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Williams will build an A-Tier chassis.

Our preferred engine deals are:
1. BMW (3 years, 900.000)
2. Honda (2 years, 850.000)
3. Supertec (1 year, 550.000)
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Re: Formula Manager 2000

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Lucky Strike BAR Fondmetal

Chassis:
  • We will build an A-Tier chassis
Engine (badged as "Fondmetal"):
  1. Supertec FB02
  2. Hart 1030
  3. Ford CR-1
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Team: Petronas Red Bull Racing
Chassis: Tier B
Engine: Ferrari 048 (rebadged to Petronas)
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Team: Minardi
Chassis: B-Tier
Engine: Hart
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Team: McLaren
Chassis: A-Tier
Engine: Mercedes
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