At first, you're the only member of your scuderia. But there are so many tasks that it will be impossible for you to do it all by yourself, so you'll need to do some negotiations, hiring and that's when the fun begins.
To start, set your suppliers and sign sponsors as best as you can. Next, get introduced to your test pilot and start thinking about the first race strategy. This includes some details: from the tire model to fuel consumption, through the pit stops instructions, even taking into account whether it will rain or be sunny.
After mastering the basics, new challenges arise. Contract mechanics to improve the car or to spy on your opponents? A poorly trained pit stop crew at low cost or a million dollar world-class team? Training a promising reserve driver or invest everything in the main driver?
And it doesn't stops there, every season you will be promoted to a higher class if you're well positioned in the final rankings, always competing against other more skilled players. Can you reach the elite group?