First, the numbers. Twenty-two drivers, 5 modes, 17 tracks, and at least 4 tires on each car. I may be wrong on that, though. Like any good sim racer, you need to tweak your car to get the most out of it. Adjust the tires, the rear wing, whatever works, hot-shot. F-1 fans should be happy to hear that the physics & handling of the cars are pretty accurate compared to the real thing. This is no "Hold Accelerate" racer. You'll need to handle your car well, and consistently.
The game even features commentary to accompany the sound of the engine.