The 2014 F1 season started as a shake up of the old order – Red Bull Racing’s dominance over the last couple of years ended, Ferrari didn’t look like they could recover their position as front runners of old (again), Williams were reinvigorated from the few years of slumping, and McLaren were borderline embarrassing considering the pedigree. Mercedes have shown themselves to be a force to be reckoned with, and the sport became interesting again… for about 5 races. Since then it’s pretty much been a whitewash, and the ease with which Hamilton or Rosberg are beating the field isn’t really entertaining. So how does a game based on that kind of season fair? Pretty well actually.