Mexico Setup F1 22

Mexico Setup F1 22: Full race setup, Fastest qualifying setup, Best Time Trial setup

Welcome to our F1 22 Mexico Setup (dry) page!

The Mexico Grand Prix is one of the most anticipated races on the Formula 1 circuit each year. This year, drivers and fans alike are eagerly awaiting the start of this exciting race, which takes place in Mexico City. The track itself is set up to challenge drivers with a combination of twisty turns and fast straights, providing the perfect mix of skill and speed. But what makes this particular race stand out from others is not just its challenging course, but also Mexico’s unique racing culture. Many fans travel from all over Mexico to watch the Grand Prix live each year, decked out in colorful Mexican-themed gear and ready to cheer on their favorite drivers. 

The Mexico grand prix track is a relatively unique circuit that takes drivers all around the historic city of Mexico City. The track itself comprises a long straight section which allows cars to reach extremely high speeds, followed by various tight turns which require precise and technical driving skills. Additionally, the layout features some tricky chicanes as well as two long hairpin bends that are sure to challenge even the most experienced drivers. Overall, the Mexico grand prix track is a challenging but rewarding course that requires skill, concentration, and finesse in equal measure. Whether you’re an avid motorsports fan or simply enjoy watching exciting races, this track is sure to deliver an exhilarating experience for all who visit it.

Following these tips should help you get your car setup just right for a fast lap around the Mexican Grand Prix Circuit.

For our setup, we have gone with a lower downforce-based setup on the car, with higher differential settings for good stability. Happy racing!

For F1 2021 setups click here!

Mexico Time Trial Setup
The fastest one lap F1 22 Mexico setup can be found here! No compromises, just your fastest way around the street circuit. Recommended for Time Trial on F1 2022.

Mexico Race Setup

Singapore is a unique track and as such, requires a unique car setup. The Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is famous for its twists and turns, making it essential to have a car that can handle the tight corners. In addition, Singapore is a hot and humid country, meaning that tires can overheat quickly. As a result, it is important to choose the right tire compound and to have good tire management. With these considerations in mind, here is the fastest f1-22 car setup for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit:

The Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is a street circuit that consists of 23 turns. The circuit is 3.146 miles long and has a lap record of 1:48.574, set by Lewis Hamilton in 2017.

The best way to set up your car for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is to use a soft compound tire. This will help to improve grip while driving and will also prevent tires from overheating. In addition, it is important to have good tire management during the race. This means not pushing your tires too hard and making sure to pit for fresh tires when necessary. With these tips in mind, you should be able to set up your car for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit and drive your way to victory!

See our full F1 22 Singapore  setup below, with Time trial setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Mexico Aerodynamics Setup

Front Wing Aero – 16

Rear Wing Aero – 17

Best aero settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

For Mexico, we are going with a relatively low aero setup. We recommend 16-17 wing angles for this part of the race setup with the new aero settings. Mexico has some tight corners but most of the time is made in higher-speed corners, so using the lower aero settings will benefit overall.

Best transmission settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Transmission Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 75%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 55%

Transmission is a critical area of the setup for traction, affecting acceleration, grip, rotation, tyre wear, and drivability. Increasing the On Throttle Differential will make the car more stable on acceleration, however, will increase tyre wear. For the Mexico setup, we need to use 75%/55%. As you will be accelerating through most corners here, the higher on-throttle will help keep the car stable. For chicane at the end of the lap, lift off the throttle completely until the car has rotated.  

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Mexico setup.

Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 7

Rear Suspension – 1

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 7

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 6

Rear Ride Height – 7

Suspension adjustments impact responsiveness and stability through corners. This is probably the most personal area of the Mexico setup, so if you are struggling with rotation then the anti-roll bars are where you should start. Ride height plays a much more important role in F1 22 than previous F1 games, so the keep the rear high to avoid the diffuser bottoming out at high speed. Floor damage can ruin performance, so a higher-than-usual ride height here should help protect those delicate aerodynamic surfaces over the higher kerbs. Here we have gone for a relatively firm front to increase front responsiveness and a soft rear for grip in the longer corners. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure – 100%

Front Brake Bias – 50%

For players on controller, brake pressure setups can have minimal impact. If you use ABS, maintain 100% brake pressure. Otherwise, see above.

Best tyres settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Mexico Tyres Setup

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 22.5 psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 22.5 psi

Tyre pressures can have a huge impact on wear and traction. Typically high rear pressures and lower front pressures are the way to go, however decreasing all pressures here will result in faster lap times. For Mexico’s mixed corners, we have gone with low pressures on the front, and higher at the rear. This will maximise the contact area of the tyre, giving the best low-speed grip possible. 

Mexico Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Mexico Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Mexico Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Mexico Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Aero Setup

Front Wing Setting – 20

Rear Wing Setting – 11

For this area of the Mexico setup, 20-11 wing angles have proved the quickest. This gives the car good balance, but you will really need to nail the most optimal line to make it around quickly. 

Fastest aero settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Transmission Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 50%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 50%

For the Mexico setup transmission adjustments, 50%/50% is best. This means the car will rotate faster, balancing with the low area settings to allow you to move quickly through slower-speed corners. If you are spinning out, the first thing you should do is increase these settings. 

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Fastest suspension settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Singapore setup. This section really can’t be improved in F1 22. 

Mexico Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 7

Rear Suspension – 5

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 7

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 3

Front Ride Height – 3

Rear Ride Height – 5

For the absolute fastest Mexico setup, we have went with a balanced approach. This setup will have a harder impact on your tyres than the race setup, so stick to 5-lap races or time trial with this. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure: 100%

Front Brake Balance: 50%

For the quickest Mexico setup, you’ll want to push both of these settings to the max. We also recommend using ABS, this rarely has any effect on lap times in F1 22. 

Tyre Pressure

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 25.0psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 25.0psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 23.0psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 23.0psi

An extreme setup here for maximum speed. Very fast, but very hot! Don’t expect your tyres to last longer than a few laps with these settings. 

Brazil Wet Setup F1 22

Brazil Wet Setup F1 22: Fastest wet Brazil Setup, Rain Setup Interlagos

Welcome to our F1 22 Brazil Setup (wet) page! Brazil is known for its high-speed corners and long straights, making it one of the most challenging tracks on the Formula One calendar. As a result, teams spend countless hours perfecting their Brazil setups in an effort to eke out every last bit of performance. The key to a fast Brazil setup is finding the right balance between downforce and drag. Too much downforce will slow the car down on the straights, while too little will make it difficult to keep control through the corners. In addition, Brazil’s bumpy surface can make it difficult to get the tires up to temperature, so teams must carefully consider their tire strategies. Ultimately, nailing the Brazil setup is essential for any team that wants to contend for victory at Interlagos.

Dry Setup
The Dry Brazil Setup for sunny days at Interlagos on F1 22. Not recommended for wet days.

Brazil Wet Setup

There are many things to love about Interlagos, but one thing that stands out is how banked the corners are. The drivers begin their lap on a sort of half oval and then go through some challenging camber changes before slinging back up towards Turn 4 where they take it flat-out into probably one of Brazil’s most famous turns -the Senna Corner (which also has an interesting background). After negotiating this obstacle course with ease though…I can assure you there will be no problem getting from point A -B during your next race here!

See our full wet F1 22 Brazil setup below, with the dry setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Brazil Wet Setup

There are many things to love about Interlagos, but one thing that stands out is how banked the corners are. The drivers begin their lap on a sort of half oval and then go through some challenging camber changes before slinging back up towards Turn 4 where they take it flat-out into probably one of Brazil’s most famous turns -the Senna Corner (which also has an interesting background). After negotiating this obstacle course with ease though…I can assure you there will be no problem getting from point A -B during your next race here!

See our full wet F1 22 Brazil setup below, with the dry setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Brazil Wet Aerodynamics Setup

Front Wing Aero – 16

Rear Wing Aero – 23

Rain aero settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.

With the new aero settings, we are recommending 16-23 wing angles for this part of the wet setup. The long high-speed corner at the end of the lap in Brazil can cause problems, so an increased rear wing helps to keep the car stable.

Rain transmission settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.

Transmission Wet Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 90%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 67%

Transmission is a critical area of the setup for traction in F1 22, so this is one of the most important changes you need to make for a wet setup. Increasing the On Throttle Differential will make the car more stable on acceleration, however, will increase tyre wear. For the Brazil wet setup we will use 90%/67%. This will aid rotation in lower-speed corners and should help on the final high-speed corner through the rain. This increased rear diff will improve straight-line acceleration and stability on corner exits, but will hinder you if you try to accelerate through lower-speed corners. If the car is understeering, lift off the throttle!

Suspension Geometry Wet Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Rain suspension geometry settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Brazil wet setup.

Rain suspension settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.

Suspension Wet Setup

Front Suspension – 8

Rear Suspension – 1

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 8

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 5

Rear Ride Height – 8

Ok, some significant changes here from the Brazil dry setup. First, a much softer front suspension and anti-roll bars. This will help keep the car stable over the bumps in Brazil, but we would still recommend avoiding the white lines. We’ve also increased the ride height, as you should do with any wet setup. 

Brakes Wet Setup

Brake Pressure – 91%

Front Brake Bias – 50%

For players on controller, brake pressure setups can have minimal impact. If you use ABS, maintain 100% brake pressure. Otherwise, see above, we’ve slightly lowered the brake pressure to help avoid lock-ups for this part of the Brazil wet setup. 

Rain brakes settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.
Rain tyres settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup wet.

Brazil Tyres Wet Setup

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 23.0 psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 23.0 psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 21.7 psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 21.7 psi

Not a huge change here from the dry Brazil setup. We’ve slightly reduced all four pressures, but if you are struggling with traction you could reduce it even further and it will help improve a bad lap time. If you think it might dry out, stick to what we’ve suggested above for this part of the Brazil wet setup. 

Brazil Dry Setup F1 22: Full race setup, Fastest qualifying setup, Best Time Trial setup

Welcome to our F1 22 Brazil Setup (dry) page! Brazil is known for its high-speed corners and long straights, making it one of the most challenging tracks on the Formula One calendar. As a result, teams spend countless hours perfecting their Brazil setups in an effort to eke out every last bit of performance. The key to a fast Brazil setup is finding the right balance between downforce and drag. Too much downforce will slow the car down on the straights, while too little will make it difficult to keep control through the corners. In addition, Brazil’s bumpy surface can make it difficult to get the tires up to temperature, so teams must carefully consider their tire strategies. Ultimately, nailing the Brazil setup is essential for any team that wants to contend for victory at Interlagos.

For the F1 2021 Brazil setup click here!

Hot Lap Setup
The fastest one lap F1 22 Brazil setup can be found here! No compromises, just your fastest way around the Italian circuit. Recommended for Time Trial on F1 2022.

Brazil Race Setup

There are many things to love about Interlagos, but one thing that stands out is how banked the corners are. The drivers begin their lap on a sort of half oval and then go through some challenging camber changes before slinging back up towards Turn 4 where they take it flat-out into probably one of Brazil’s most famous turns -the Senna Corner (which also has an interesting background). After negotiating this obstacle course with ease though…I can assure you there will be no problem getting from point A -B during your next race here!

See our full F1 22 Brazil setup below, with Time trial setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Brazil Race Setup

There are many things to love about Interlagos, but one thing that stands out is how banked the corners are. The drivers begin their lap on a sort of half oval and then go through some challenging camber changes before slinging back up towards Turn 4 where they take it flat-out into probably one of Brazil’s most famous turns -the Senna Corner (which also has an interesting background). After negotiating this obstacle course with ease though…I can assure you there will be no problem getting from point A -B during your next race here!

See our full F1 22 Brazil setup below, with Time trial setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Brazil Aerodynamics Setup

Front Wing Aero – 18

Rear Wing Aero – 10

Fastest aero settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

With the new aero settings, we are recommending 18-10 wing angles for this part of the race setup. Brazil has some high speed sections, with the main straight being very similar to an oval. If you are struggling with grip on the final corner (this may be an issue towards the end of the stint on worn tyres), try increasing the rear wing slightly, but be aware as you may find it harder to overtake.

Fastest transmission settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Transmission Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 70%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 55%

Transmission is a critical area of the setup for traction, affecting acceleration, grip, rotation, tyre wear, and drivability. Increasing the On Throttle Differential will make the car more stable on acceleration, however, will increase tyre wear. For the Brazil setup we will use 65%/58%. This will aid rotation in lower-speed corners and should help on the final high-speed corner. Increasing rear diff will improve straight-line acceleration and stability on corner exits (again, at the end of the stint on worn tyres this may be an issue), however, will come with a slight cost on wear. This is the part of the setup that we found gets adjusted the most from session to session. Generally, the higher you push these settings, the more often you will need to stop. 

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Fastest suspension geometry settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Brazil setup.

Fastest suspension settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 3

Rear Suspension – 1

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 3

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 5

Rear Ride Height – 4

Suspension adjustments impact responsiveness and stability through corners. This is probably the most personal area of the Brazil setup, so if you are struggling with rotation then the anti-roll bars are where you should start. Ride height plays a much more important role in F1 22 than previous F1 games, so the keep the rear high to avoid the diffuser bottoming out at high speed. Floor damage can ruin performance, so a higher than usual ride height here should help protect those delicate aerodynamic surfaces. The Brazil setup differs from a lot of others, in that we run a softer front alongside the typical soft rear. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure – 96%

Front Brake Bias – 50%

For players on controller, brake pressure setups can have minimal impact. If you use ABS, maintain 100% brake pressure. Otherwise, see above.

Fastest brakes settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.
Fastest tyres settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Brazil Tyres Setup

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 22.2 psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 22.2 psi

Tyre pressures can have a huge impact on wear and traction. Typically high rear pressures and lower front pressures are the way to go, however increasing all pressures here will result in faster lap times. You will pay in front wear, but if you are finding this not to be an issue then increase up to the maximum. As Brazil has that long main straight with lots of banked corners, the best setup here is relatively high at the rear, with a lower pressure front. 

Brazil Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Brazil Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Brazil Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Brazil Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Aero Setup

Front Wing Setting – 17

Rear Wing Setting – 11

For this area of the Brazil setup, 17-11 wing angles have proved quickest. You need to maximise that top speed down the straight on Time Trial!

Fastest aero settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.
Fastest transmission settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Differential Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 55%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 50%

For the Brazil setup transmission adjustments, 55%/50% is best. This means the car will rotate faster, balancing with the low area settings to allow you to move quickly through slower-speed corners. If you are spinning out, the first thing you should do is increase these settings. 

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Fastest suspension geometry settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Brazil setup. This section really can’t be improved in F1 22. 

Fastest suspension settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 3

Rear Suspension – 1

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 3

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 5

Rear Ride Height – 4

For the absolute fastest Brazil setup here, you will be making compromises compared to the race setup. Fairly soft suspension and anti-roll bars, and then a very high front ride height, with the rear as low as possible. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure: 100%

Front Brake Balance: 50%

For the quickest Brazil setup, you’ll want to push both of these settings to the max. We also recommend using ABS, this rarely has any effect on lap times in F1 22. 

Fastest brakes settings for the f1 22 Brazil setup dry.

Can I run iRacing? Racing Sim PC Build Guide

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With iRacing’s 2024 Season 1 now underway, we have put together a comprehensive guide for those interesting in the more serious challenge offered by this platform. If you are a Playstation or Xbox gamer, this guide will help you get started. IRacing is only available on PC, so you will need to make sure you have a system that is up to spec. However, this will open up more than just iRacing, with many other racing titles performing well on PC.


Getting iRacing up and running smoothly doesn’t demand an extremely high-end PC. A solid choice for the processor would be something like an Intel Core i7-8700K – a reliable mid-level CPU that can handle the game well. As for the GPU, you don’t need to aim for the top shelf; a capable card like the RTX 2060 is more than sufficient. Regarding RAM, 16GB is a good baseline that can comfortably support your racing escapades. However, for an even smoother performance, especially for more intense gaming sessions, bumping up to 32GB of RAM could be a worthwhile upgrade.


What is the best PC for iRacing?

You can run iRacing on a huge number of gaming PC’s, and in 2023 you can even have a great experience with an older PC. iRacing is not as demanding as other games, and will be playable on almost any budget. Of course, you want to have the best experience possible, and we are here to help with that.

You have two main options, buy a pre-built PC that is plug and play, or buy the parts yourself and build a custom rig. Both have advantages, and both can deliver a very good iRacing experience!


Buying a Ready to Play Pre-Built PC

Buying a Ready to Play Pre-Built PC offers a hassle-free route into the realm of iRacing. These systems are designed with compatibility and performance in mind, ensuring that each component works well together to provide an optimal gaming experience. When opting for a pre-built setup, you benefit from the expertise of professionals who understand the demands of high-performance games like iRacing.

Pre-built PCs often come with a warranty, customer support, and sometimes even options for future upgrades. This peace of mind is invaluable, especially for those who may not be as tech-savvy or for racers who prefer to spend more time on the track than tinkering with hardware.

Manufacturers are aware of the requirements for popular games and tend to design their systems to exceed these specs, giving you not just what you need for today’s games, but also preparing you for upcoming titles. They frequently offer a range of systems tailored to different budgets, from entry-level models that can handle iRacing at acceptable frame rates to high-end machines that deliver ultra-settings with ease.

For those eager to dive into iRacing without the wait, a pre-built PC can be the perfect solution. It eliminates the guesswork of component selection and the potential frustrations of self-assembly. All you need to do is plug in, power up, and start your engines. With a ready-to-play pre-built PC, you’re not just buying a machine; you’re buying more time to enjoy the virtual race day atmosphere.


Best iRacing PC Pre-Built Options

Skytech Gaming Nebula Gaming PC Desktop – Intel Core i5 13400F 2.5 GHz, NVIDIA RTX 3050, 1TB NVME SSD, 16GB DDR4 RAM 3200, 600W Gold PSU, 11AC Wi-Fi, Windows 11 Home 64-bit
Budget Option
Skytech Gaming Nebula Gaming PC Desktop
$749.00$749.00
  • INTEL Core i5 13400F 2.5GHz (4.6GHz Max Boost)
  • NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3050 8GB GDDR6
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM 3200
  • 1TB NVME SSD
Best Value
MSI Aegis ZS Gaming Desktop, AMD Ryzen 7 7700, GeForce RTX 4060, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD
$1149.00$1149.00
  • AMD Ryzen 7 7700 (5.3GHz Max Boost)
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 8GB GDDR6X
  • 16GB DDR5 (2x 8GB)
  • 1TB NVME SSD
Best Perfomance
CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR Gaming PC, Intel Core i9-13900KF 3.0GHz, GeForce RTX 4070 12GB, 16GB DDR5, 1TB NVMe SSD
$1899.00$1899.00
  •  Intel Core i9-13900KF 3.0GHz 8+16 Cores
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 12GB
  • 1TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD

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Building your own custom iRacing Gaming PC

Let’s start with the basics. You will need:

  • A CPU, this will be the brains behind the PC, run the programs and carry out all of the complex calculations. This part could cost you from around $100/£100 for a budget (brand new) option, up to around $400/£400 for a high end option. You could even go super budget and pick up used parts for even cheaper (we will discuss this later)
  • A GPU. The GPU is the Graphics Processing Unit, and will likely be the most expensive component of your build, and determines how well your visual experience will be. For sim focused racers, this is normally not the highest priority, but if you are planning on playing other titles, like Forza, F1 23, or even non-racing games (gasp!), then you may want to spend a little more here. For iRacing only, you can get some great budget pre-owned GPUs from around $150/£150, for general gaming some brand new entry-level GPUs from $350/£350, and the high-end GPUs could set you back over $1000/£1000, but should be capable for all games for years to come.
  • RAM. RAM, or memory as it is often referred to, helps your PC handle the large game assets, and is one of the easiest parts to upgrade as you go along. Around 32gb of RAM (approx $60/£60) is a good place to start, but if you are really on a budget, starting with just 16gb is also an option (approx $35/£35).
  • Other Parts: You will also need a motherboard, powersupply, and a case for your PC.

iRacing on a Laptop: A Seamless Experience?

Absolutely, you can embrace the thrills of iRacing on a laptop, provided it aligns with the game’s minimum or recommended specifications.

When assessing whether iRacing will perform on your current laptop or one you’re considering purchasing, scrutinizing the PC specs is crucial. For gaming laptops, meeting or exceeding the recommended specifications for iRacing is more crucial than ever. Upgradability is quite limited in laptops; most often, you’ll only be able to enhance the RAM. If the laptop falls short on other specs, you might have to search for a new contender.

Aim for a laptop boasting at least a 6-core i7 processor, coupled with a robust GPU—consider something in the ballpark of an RTX 3060 or better—and a minimum of 16GB of RAM for a start. Remember, in most laptops, the RAM might be the sole component you can upgrade down the line, so getting the GPU right from the get-go is pivotal.

For those on a budget, prioritize the GPU in your purchase, as this will significantly dictate your machine’s longevity and performance with iRacing and beyond.

Best Value
Acer Nitro 5 AN515-58-525P Gaming Laptop |Core i5-12500H | NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop GPU | 15.6″ FHD 144Hz IPS Display | 8GB DDR4 | 512GB PCIe Gen 4 SSD
$689.00$689.00
  • 15.6” Full HD IPS display with 144Hz refresh rate
  • 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12500H
  • 8GB DDR4 3200MHz Memory (2 DDR4 Slots Total, Maximum 32GB
  • 512GB PCIe Gen 4 SSD (2 x PCIe M.2 Slots, 1 x 2.5″ Hard Drive Bay Available)
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 (4GB dedicated GDDR6 VRAM)
Best Performance
ASUS ROG Strix G16 (2023) Gaming Laptop, 16” 16:10 FHD 165Hz, GeForce RTX 4070, Intel Core i9-13980HX, 16GB DDR5, 1TB PCIe SSD
$1699.00$1699.00
  • 16” 16:10 FHD 165Hz
  • 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13980HX
  • 16GB of DDR5-4800MHz
  • 1TB SSD PCIe 4×4
  • RTX 4070 Laptop GPU at 140W Max TGP

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iRacing System Minimum Requirements: Ensuring Smooth Performance

iRacing is known for being compatible with a range of PC setups, from older models to the latest rigs. For a satisfactory experience on basic settings, older PCs can suffice, but for higher graphics quality and better frame rates, a more current and powerful system is recommended.

CPU Requirements: iRacing lists a quad-core i5-4430 or an AMD Ryzen 3 1200 as the minimum required CPU, which is suitable for getting started. However, for a smoother experience with the ability to push higher settings, consider a CPU like an i7-10700K or an AMD Ryzen 7 5800X. These processors offer robust performance with higher core counts and faster clock speeds that will benefit your iRacing gameplay significantly.

GPU Requirements: While iRacing’s minimum GPU requirement is a card with at least 2GB of VRAM, you’ll want to aim higher for a consistent and reliable frame rate. For 2023, a great value used GPU would be something akin to an NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super or an AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT, or a brand new option could be a RTX 3060 (this will give you a great F1 23 experience too!) Both provide ample VRAM and are well-suited for iRacing, ensuring that you can enjoy a visually impressive and responsive racing experience.

If you’re on the hunt for a new PC to fuel your iRacing endeavors, you’ll find that many pre-built options come equipped with NVIDIA’s RTX series GPUs. Any card from this lineup, including the 20 series, is more than capable of giving you a smooth iRacing experience.

When it comes to RAM, 16GB is the base line to ensure your races don’t hit any performance snags. However, opting for 32GB of RAM is a savvy move for future-proofing your setup and handling more demanding tasks down the road.

In terms of storage, iRacing itself needs 25GB to get off the starting line, with the total going up to around 50GB if you’re planning to grab all the available content. To keep your PC running without a hitch, especially with updates and other applications in mind, targeting 50GB or more is a wise choice. This way, you’ll have ample room to grow your digital garage without worrying about storage space.

Below is a parts list for your own budget build. This is everything you will need, and this system will easily handle iRacing, as well as other gaming titles in 1080p resolution.

iRacing Budget PC Parts List

1CPU
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
$156.00$309.00

6-core, 12-Thread. 4.6 GHz Max Boost, unlocked for overclocking, 35 MB of cache, DDR-3200 support

2GPU
GPU: GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060
$299.00$429.00

GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 12GB 192-bit GDDR6

3Memory
TEAMGROUP T-Force Vulcan Z DDR4 32GB Kit
$59.00$67.00

(2x16GB) 3200MHz (PC4-25600) CL16 Desktop Memory Module Ram (Gray)

4Storage
Lexar NS100 256GB 2.5
$19.99$37.99

2.5” SATA III Internal SSD, Solid State Drive, Up To 520MB/s Read

5Motherboard
ASUS Prime B450M-A II AMD AM4
$79.00$79.00

3rd/2nd/1st Gen Ryzen Micro ATX Motherboard (128GB DDR4, 4400 O.C.), NVMe, HDMI 2.0b/DVI/D-Sub, USB 3.2 2, BIOS Flashback, and Aura Sync

6Power Supply
Thermaltake SMART 600W ATX 12V V2.3
$49.99$54.99

EPS 12V 80 Plus Certified Active PFC Power Supply

7Case
Antec NX410 ATX Mid-Tower Case
$69.99$79.99

Tempered Glass Side Panel, Full Side View, Pre-Installed 2 x 140mm in Front & 1 x 120 mm ARGB Fans in Rear (White)

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Crafting the Optimal iRacing PC Setup for Peak Performance

For the dedicated sim racer who demands the pinnacle of performance, the ultimate iRacing PC setup is designed to push the limits of graphical excellence. This setup isn’t just about meeting the current standards but ensuring your system stands tall in the fast-evolving world of sim racing for years to come.

CPU: For the processing powerhouse, consider the Intel Core i9-10980XE, a formidable 12th-gen Intel i9 with a staggering 18 cores. It’s a titan that goes well beyond iRacing’s needs, allowing you to effortlessly juggle between gaming, multitasking, and editing those thrilling race replays.

GPU: Your visual experience will be driven by a top-tier RTX card. A GPU like the RTX 4070 Ti is a giant leap over iRacing’s minimum requirements and can handle the most graphically intense games with ease. With the release of the 4th series RTX cards, keep an eye out for potential deals on the 4070 ti.

RAM: A minimum of 32GB of RAM is where you start if high-end gaming is your goal, but why stop there? 64GB of RAM is the sweet spot to future-proof your setup, sidestep any potential memory bottlenecks, and it’s relatively economical compared to upgrading CPUs or GPUs.

Storage: iRacing itself is a lightweight contender, needing just 50GB for all its content. However, aim higher — an SSD to cut down on load times is a must, and shooting for well over 50GB of available space will ensure you’re set for any additional downloads without having to juggle files around later.

With this below setup, you’re not just ready to race; you’re ready to dominate the leaderboard while enjoying a seamless and immersive sim racing experience.

1CPU
AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D
$369.99$449.00

7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor

2GPU
GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 4070 Ti 
$782.20$799.00

3X WINDFORCE Fans, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6X

3Memory
CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR5 RAM 64GB
$164.99$164.99

(2x32GB) 5200MHz CL40 Intel XMP iCUE

4Storage
SABRENT 1TB Rocket
$69.99$89.99

Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive

5Motherboard
ASUS TUF Gaming B650-PLUS WiFi Socket AM5
$209.99$219.99

Ryzen 7000 ATX Motherboard PCIe® 5.0 M.2 Support, DDR5 Memory, 2.5 Gb Ethernet, WiFi 6

6Powersupply
Cooler Master MWE Gold 850W PSU
$95.99$95.99

 Full Modular, 850W, 80+ Gold Efficiency, 2 EPS Connectors, 120mm HDB Fan, Semi-fanless Operation, 5 Year Warranty

7Case
CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW
$104.99$104.99

Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case – High-Airflow – Cable Management System – Spacious Interior – Two Included 120 mm Fans – Black

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F1 23 All Wet and Dry Setups

Welcome to our brand new F1 23 Setup Calculator! This tool will provide you with the best setup for all circuits, all scenarios, in all categories. All setups have been rigourously tested and are the best for their intended purpose. We have three different types of setup:

F1 23 Race Setups

If you want an all-round go to setup to save, this is the one. These setups are designed for race-length sessions where balancing pace and tyre wear is essential. These setups are designed for the quickest race, rather than the quickest individual lap. Pace, stability, and tyre temperatures are a focus here. You can still set a very fast qualifying time with these setups.

Time Trial Setups

These setups are the fastest of the fast, and are designed with only one purpose. Single. Lap. Pace. Ideal for time trial, short races, or any other situation where tyre wear is not a concern. You my find the car slightly harder to handle, and your tyres will take a beating, but these are the sacrifices that must be made for a top of the leaderboard time.

F1 23 Wet Setups

You probably don’t need this one explained, but we’re here now. Wet setups are designed for races involving rain. Generally, stability and grip is a focus here, making sure the car is easier to manage and deals well with adjustments in ride height brought on by a wet track and wet tyres.

F1 23 All Setups

F1 23 AI Difficulty Calculator

This tool will help you set the correct AI difficulty level to match your own skill level. This will keep the AI competitive with you, and make for an interesting race!

Using the calculator is simple. Just enter your best laptime from Time Trial (using equal performance), and click calculate!

We have also included a suggested AI level for players looking to gradually improve. Setting the AI to this level will increase the challenge and help you practice against more difficult opposition.


Calculate Difficulty

F1 23 AI Difficulty Calculator




Selected Track:

Australia

Your Laptime:

1:20.235 (Perez in the RB19)

Equal AI Difficulty:

81

Suggested AI Difficulty:

86


Ensuring you’re racing against AI that matches your skill level is essential for a thrilling and competitive gaming experience. With this user-friendly calculator, not only can you easily find the perfect AI difficulty tailored to your abilities, but also challenge yourself to reach greater heights. Whether you’re seeking a balanced race or looking to hone your skills against tougher competition, this tool is your go-to companion. So, buckle up, input your lap time, and gear up for an exhilarating race ahead! We’re excited to be a part of your racing journey.

The Crew Motorfest F1 Cars

So you’ve been playing The Crew Motorfest for a while now, and you’re wondering what the next step is. American Muscle and Made in Japan is no longer cutting it huh? Maybe you’re just an F1 fan and are more interested in what The Crew’s F1 offerings have to give.

Motorfest has a few options, all falling within the category of Alpha GT. While this feels like The Crew’s highest performance category, it feels difficult to call this the most extreme, especially when you consider the range of Monster Trucks, Rally Raid vehicles, Planes, Powerboats, and the vehicles in the Demolition Derby category.

For F1 fans, there are a few licenced F1 cars, as well as a number of F1-a-likes. Some of these are exclusive vehicles from The Crew 2, and some can be purchased with in-game credits. The Crew Motorfests pricing is a bit rogue, and feels like many of the prices are dissatisfyingly specific, ranging from around 400k to 1.1million.

Creators F1 Cars

For the F1-a-likes, we have some Creators offerings from the Crew 2. These include the 2023 Concept Spruemeister SM71, and the 2021 Yasiddesign X American Petrol. If you didn’t play The Crew 2, you won’t be able to access these cars, but if we’re being honest, you aren’t missing out. Keep reading for our recommendations.

ManufacturerModelYearCost
CreatorsConcept Spruemeister SM712023Exclusive from The Crew 2
CreatorsYasiddesign X American Petrol2021Exclusive from The Crew 2

Other Alpha GT Cars in The Crew Motorfest

Aside from the Creators vehicles, there are a few others listed in the Alpha GT category in the crew. We have here some cars from KTM, and an Ivory Tower Alpha IVT-R07. Players of The Crew 2 will recognise some of the Proto cars, with a few being carried over from that game, and a few new additions too.

The Proto Alpha Mark X is the best of this bunch, and is can be won in a custom livery through game progression too.

ManufacturerModelYearCost
IVORY-TOWERAlpha IVT-R072023800,000
KTMX-Bow R (Edition Two)2016839,300
KTMX-Bow R Spear Racing Ed.2016Exclusive from The Crew 2
PROTOAlpha Mark X20201,072,400
PROTOAlpha Mark X GP Explorer Edition2020Playlist Reward
PROTOConcept Glow Motorsport2023699,300
PROTOConcept Pulse Performance2023842,100
PROTOConcept Sparrow Competition2023Exclusive from The Crew 2
PROTOConcept Spear Racing2023Exclusive from The Crew 3
PROTOMark II2018583,800

Official F1 Cars in The Crew Motorfest

Ok, let’s be real. If you are browsing F1Setups.com, you aren’t here for the Proto vehicles, or even the KTM offerings. You’ve come for the apex of performance, the official F1 cars in the game. Here we have four cars, all from Red Bull.

Red Bull RB13

Starting with the cheapest, and first on the list, we have Daniel Ricciardo’s 2017 RB13. This car took Daniel to 5th in the Drivers Championship, where he finished with 200 points, and ahead of Max Verstappen.

In the Crew Motorfest, the Red Bull RB13 costs 418,600 credits, and is the lowest-priced car in the whole Alpha GT category.

Red Bull RB14

Next up, we have the Red Bull RB14. F1 fans, and fans of good naming systems, will quickly recognise this car is the successor the 2017 RB13. This Red Bull RB14 was driven by Max Verstappen, and bears his race number 33 on the nose and side of the car. Max finished 4th in the 2018 WDC in this car, which finished the year with four total wins.

In the Crew Motorfest, you can purchase the Red Bull RB14 for 711,200 credits.

Red Bull RB14 Disruptive Edition

Probably one of the coolest cars in the whole of The Crew Motorfest, the RB14 Disruptive Edition is a special liveried version of the regular RB14. This car was driven by Daniel Ricciardo to launch the 2018 F1 car, and has identical performance stats to the standard RB14.

The Red Bull RB14 Disruptive Edition costs 1,001,000 credits in The Crew Motorfest, an extra 300k over the standard car, but you can’t put a price on fashion right?

Red Bull RB18

The Red Bull RB18 is the pinnacle of the Alpha GT category in The Crew Motorfest. This car cannot be purchased but is instead earned as a reward for completing the Motorsports playlist, and rightfully so. Max Verstappen’s 2022 title-winning F1 car deserves to be driven only by the best. And you.

Just kidding, we know you are the best!


How to get F1 Cars in The Crew Motorfest?

All of the cars on in the F1 category on the crew are available in the following ways:

To Purchase

To Unlock

To be carried over from The Crew 2

Some cars are unlocked through the completion of playlists, and many are available exclusively for players of The Crew 2. If this isn’t you, don’t worry, you can still buy your way to the front using credits too!

Prices and unlock methods for each F1 car are as detailed in the table below:

ManufacturerModelYearCost
CreatorsConcept Spruemeister SM712023Exclusive from The Crew 2
CreatorsYasiddesign X American Petrol2021Exclusive from The Crew 2
IVORY-TOWERAlpha IVT-R072023800,000
KTMX-Bow R (Edition Two)2016839,300
KTMX-Bow R Spear Racing Ed.2016Exclusive from The Crew 2
PROTOAlpha Mark X20201,072,400
PROTOAlpha Mark X GP Explorer Edition2020Playlist Reward
PROTOConcept Glow Motorsport2023699,300
PROConcept Pulse Performance2023842,100
PROTOConcept Sparrow Competition2023Exclusive from The Crew 2
PROTOConcept Spear Racing2023Exclusive from The Crew 3
PROTOMark II2018583,800
Red BullRB132017418,600
Red BullRB142018711,200
Red BullRB14 Disruption Edition20181,001,000
Red BullRB182022Motorsports Playlist Reward

The Crew Motorfest Full Vehicle List: A Collector’s Paradise

In The Crew Motorfest, your automotive dreams take the front seat, shifting from mere daydreams into tangible, roaring realities. Forget the notion of committing to just one set of wheels; this is a game that celebrates the art of choice and the thrill of collection. From day one, you’re greeted with an automotive smorgasbord featuring over 50+ top-notch manufacturers and an astounding roster of 600+ vehicles at launch.

Whether you’re in the mood for a high-octane escapade down sinuous roads in a sleek sports car, taking on Mother Nature’s challenges in a rugged off-roader, or pushing the envelope on a racing circuit with a high-performance machine—The Crew Motorfest has got a seat with your name on it.

Curious to see what your garage could look like? Below, find the comprehensive list of cars, bikes, and other vehicles available at launch, each waiting for you to hop in and drive your dreams into reality.

Alpha GP

In the adrenaline-pumping world of The Crew Motorfest, the Alpha GP cars represent the zenith of speed, precision, and engineering excellence. These aren’t just any racing machines; they’re titans of the tarmac that have tasted the sweet nectar of championship glory. Among these unparalleled speedsters, you’ll find title-winning Red Bull F1 cars, vehicles that have set records and shattered expectations in the most elite circuits around the globe. Crafted with a meticulous eye for aerodynamics and equipped with powertrains that push the boundaries of technological innovation, these Alpha GP cars are not for the faint-hearted. Designed to emulate the conditions and challenges of Formula 1 racing, controlling one of these marvels is like wielding a piece of automotive history, offering a driving experience so exhilarating and so intense, it’s the closest most will come to the epitome of motorsport mastery.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
CreatorsConcept Spruemeister SM712023At Launch
CreatorsYasiddesign X American Petrol2021At Launch
IVORY-TOWERAlpha IVT-R072023At Launch
KTMX-Bow R (Edition Two)2016At Launch
KTMX-Bow R Spear Racing Ed.2016At Launch
PROTOAlpha Mark X2020At Launch
PROTOConcept Glow Motorsport2023At Launch
PROTOConcept Pulse Performance2023At Launch
PROTOConcept Sparrow Competition2023At Launch
PROTOConcept Spear Racing2023At Launch
PROTOMark II2018At Launch
Red BullRB132017At Launch
Red BullRB142018At Launch
Red BullRB14 Disruption Edition2018At Launch
Red BullRB182022At Launch

Street Racing Cars

In The Crew Motorfest, Street Racing cars are where style meets speed. Sure, they’re not the fastest cars in the game, but they’ve got character. Take the Aston Martin V12 Zagato, for example. It’s a British beauty that looks as good as it drives. Then you’ve got classics like the Ferrari F40, an Italian masterpiece that sets the bar for what a supercar should be. If you’re a fan of Japanese cars, the Nissan GTR (R34) is a tech-savvy speedster that’s won its fair share of races. And let’s not forget about the super saloons. Cars like the BMW M3 and M4, along with Mercedes models, mix luxury with a sporty kick that’s perfect for tearing up the city streets. So, if you’re after a car that’s got both looks and personality, this category’s got you covered.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
AcuraNSX 2017 (U.S. Spec)201711
ArielAtom2015At Launch
Aston MartinV8 Vantage S2012At Launch
Aston MartinV12 Vantage Zagato2012At Launch
Aston MartinVanquish2012At Launch
AudiRS 5 Coupé2018At Launch
AudiRS5 2018 USST Official Edition2018At Launch
AudiR8 Spyder2021At Launch
AudiR8 V10 Plus Coupé2016At Launch
AudiTT RS Coupé 20172017At Launch
BentleyContinental Supersports 20102010At Launch
BentleyMulliner Bacalar2020At Launch
BMWi8 Roadster (I15)2018At Launch
BMWi8 Roadster (I15) Stellar Edition2018At Launch
BMWM2 (F87)2017At Launch
BMWM4 (F82)2014At Launch
BMWM4 Compétition Coupé (G82)2021At Launch
BMWM4 Compétition Coupé (G82) Liberty Walk Edition2021At Launch
BMWM5 (F10)2011At Launch
BMWM8 (F92) No Rules Edition2019At Launch
BMWM8 (F92) Performance Edition2019At Launch
BMWM8 Competition Coupe (F92)2019At Launch
BMWM8 Competition Coupe (F92) Interception Unit2019At Launch
BMWX6M (E71)2010At Launch
BMWZ4 M40i (G29)2019At Launch
BMWZ4 M40i (G29) Agent Edition2019At Launch
BMWZ4 M40i (G29) Motorfest Edition2019At Launch
BMWZ4 sDrive35is 20112011At Launch
BugattiType 57 SC Atlantic1936At Launch
CadillacCyclone XP-74 Concept1959At Launch
CadillacDeville (Coupé)1949At Launch
CadillacDeville (Coupé) Marco’s Cab1949At Launch
CadillacEldorado Brougham 19571957At Launch
CadillacEscalade2012At Launch
Chevrolet31001951At Launch
Chevrolet3100 The Rocket Co.1951At Launch
ChevroletCamaro RS 19691969At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS 20102010At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS Bend Edition2010At Launch
ChevroletCamaro Z/28 RS 19711971At Launch
ChevroletCamaro ZL1 20172017At Launch
ChevroletCamaro ZL1 2017 Rift Edition2017At Launch
ChevroletChevelle SS 19701970At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C21963At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C2 2.0 Edition1963At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C31968At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C8 Stingray 20202020At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C8 Stingray 2020 Donut Edition2020At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C8 Stingray 2020 Interception Unit2020At Launch
ChevroletCorvette Grand Sport1963At Launch
ChevroletCorvette Grand Sport Armored Edition1963At Launch
ChevroletCorvette Stingray2014At Launch
ChevroletCorvette ZR12009At Launch
ChevroletImpala Sport Sedan1967At Launch
ChevroletImpala Sport Sedan Naranja Edicion1967At Launch
ChevroletImpala Sport Sedan Red Duchess Edition1967At Launch
ChevroletSilverado 15002010At Launch
Chrysler300C SRT82013At Launch
Chrysler300 SRT8 Crown Edition2013At Launch
Chrysler300C SRT8 Limousine2013At Launch
DeLoreanDMC-121981At Launch
DeLoreanDMC-12 RAD Edition1981At Launch
DodgeChallenger R/T1970At Launch
DodgeChallenger R/T Riff Edition1970At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT Demon2018At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT Demon Interception Unit2018At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT Demon Awaken Edition2018At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT Hellcat2017At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi1969At Launch
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi Masked Edition1969At Launch
DodgeCharger SRT-82012At Launch
DodgeCharger SRT-8 Lab Edition2012At Launch
DodgeCharger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody2023At Launch
DodgeSRT Viper GTS2013At Launch
DodgeSRT Viper GTS Lightning Edition2013At Launch
DodgeViper SRT-10 Coupe2010At Launch
Ferrari308 GTS1977Season 1
Ferrari512TR1991At Launch
FerrariF12berlinetta2013At Launch
FerrariF401987At Launch
FordCrown Victoria2008At Launch
FordCrown Victoria Interception Unit2008At Launch
FordCrown Victoria Limousine2008At Launch
FordCrown Victoria Marco’s Cab2008At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor2010At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordFocus RS2016At Launch
FordGT2005At Launch
FordMustang Boss 4291969At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
FordMustang GT Convertible2024At Launch
FordMustang GT Convertible Motorfest Edition2024At Launch
FordMustang GT Fastback2015At Launch
FordMustang GT Fastback Stunt Edition2015At Launch
FordMustang Shelby GT5002020At Launch
FordMustang Shelby GT500 Interception Unit2020At Launch
FordMustang Shelby GT500 Road Force One2020At Launch
FordMustang Shelby GT500 Tribute Edition2020At Launch
FordShelby GT5002013At Launch
Forsberg RacingGold Leader Z (Nissan)1975At Launch
Forsberg RacingNissan 370Z Dominion Edition2022At Launch
HondaCivic Type R2016At Launch
HondaCivic Type R2021At Launch
HondaCivic Type R Keola Rapozo Edition2021At Launch
HondaNSX1992At Launch
HondaS2000 Ultimate Edition2009At Launch
HondaS2000 Ultimate Edition Kamea Hadar Edition2009October 25th, 2023
HondaS2000 Ultimate Edition Motorfest Edition2009At Launch
HondaS2000 Ultimate Edition Red Panther Edition2009At Launch
HummerH1 Alpha2006At Launch
InfinitiQ60 Project Black S Concept2018At Launch
IVORY-TOWERSSV Mk32023At Launch
JaguarE-Type Series 1 Coupé1961At Launch
JaguarE-Type Series 1 Coupé The Champion Edition1961At Launch
JaguarE-Type Series 1 Roadster1961At Launch
JaguarE-Type Series 1 Roadster Temptation Edition1961At Launch
JaguarF-Type SVR Coupe2017At Launch
JaguarF-Type SVR Coupe Professional Edition2017November 23, 2023
Jeep®Grand Cherokee SRT8®2012At Launch
Jeep®Wrangler – Pioneer Edition2012At Launch
Jeep®Wrangler2012At Launch
KTMX-Bow R2016At Launch
LamborghiniCountach LP 5000 Quattrovalvole1985At Launch
LamborghiniDiablo GT1999At Launch
LamborghiniDiablo GT Pura Potenza Edition1999At Launch
LamborghiniGallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera2011At Launch
LamborghiniHuracán LP610-42014At Launch
LamborghiniMiura SV1971At Launch
LamborghiniMurciélago LP6402006At Launch
LamborghiniUrus2017At Launch
LotusEvora GTE2012At Launch
LotusEvora GTE Overcut Edition2012At Launch
LotusExige S2013At Launch
MaseratiGranTurismo S2009At Launch
MazdaMX5 (NA)1989At Launch
MazdaMX5 (ND)2016At Launch
MazdaRX31972At Launch
MazdaRX3 Supercharged Edition1972At Launch
MazdaRX72002At Launch
MazdaRX7 Shirogane Edition2002At Launch
MazdaRX7 Turbo 10th Anniversary1988At Launch
MazdaRX7 Turbo Sakura Edition1988At Launch
MazdaRX82010At Launch
MazdaRX8 Gold Edition2010At Launch
MazdaRX8 Thunderwave Edition2010At Launch
MazdaRX8 Pearl Edition (Edition 03)2010At Launch
Mercedes-AMGC 63 Coupé Black Series2012At Launch
Mercedes-AMGC 63 S Coupé2016At Launch
Mercedes-AMGGT2015At Launch
Mercedes-AMGSL 63 (R230)2009At Launch
Mercedes-AMGSLS (C197)2010At Launch
Mercedes-Benz300 SLR UHLENHAUT COUPE (W196)1955At Launch
Mercedes-BenzGLC 250 4MATIC Coupé2016At Launch
Mercedes-BenzSLR McLaren 722 Edition2007At Launch
MiniCooper S (R56)2010At Launch
MiniCooper S Countryman ALL4 (R60)2013At Launch
Mitsubishi3000GT VR41994At Launch
Mitsubishi3000GT VR4 Interception Unit1994At Launch
Mitsubishi3000GT VR4 No Rules Edition1994At Launch
MitsubishiEclipse GSX1999At Launch
MitsubishiEclipse GSX Star Edition1999At Launch
MitsubishiFTO GP Version R1997At Launch
MitsubishiFTO Version R Nebula Edition1997At Launch
MitsubishiLancer Evolution VI GSR1999At Launch
MitsubishiLancer Evolution X2014At Launch
MitsubishiLancer Evolution X Black Knight Edition2014At Launch
MitsubishiLancer Evolution X Red Fury Edition2014At Launch
Nissan240 SX (S14)1998Season 1
Nissan300 ZX (Z32)1994At Launch
Nissan300 ZX (Z32) Kaido-ou1994At Launch
Nissan300 ZX (Z32) Malu Edition1994At Launch
Nissan350Z Roadster2004At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
Nissan370Z Nismo (Z34)2016At Launch
NissanFairlady Z 432 (PS30) 19701970At Launch
NissanFairlady Z 432 (PS30) Under The Stars Edition1970At Launch
NissanGT-R (R35)2016At Launch
NissanGT-R Nismo (R35)2020At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34) High Octane Edition2002At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34) Lucky Dragon Edition2002At Launch
NissanZ2023Season 1
PlymouthRoad Runner1970At Launch
PlymouthRoad Runner Freedom Edition1970At Launch
PlymouthRoad Runner Lowrider1970At Launch
PontiacFirebird T/A Golden Wing Edition1977At Launch
PontiacFirebird T/A1977At Launch
PontiacFirebird T/A1982At Launch
PontiacGTO1966At Launch
PontiacGTO The Judge1969At Launch
Porsche550 Spyder1955At Launch
Porsche718 Spyder2021At Launch
Porsche718 Spyder Keola Rapozo Edition2021At Launch
Porsche911 (901)1964At Launch
Porsche911 (992) Carrera 4S2020At Launch
Porsche911 (992) Carrera 4S Timeless Edition2020At Launch
Porsche911 (993) GT1996At Launch
Porsche911 GT3 RS2016At Launch
Porsche911 GT3 RS Splatter Edition2016At Launch
Porsche911 Speedster2019At Launch
Porsche911 Speedster Winter Agent Edition2019At Launch
Porsche911 Turbo1993At Launch
Porsche928 S41991At Launch
PorscheCayenne Turbo GT (coupé)2022At Launch
PorscheCayman GT42016At Launch
PorscheCayman GT4 Carbon Edition2016At Launch
PorscheCayman GT4 Wasp Edition2016At Launch
PorschePanamera Turbo S Sport Turismo2022At Launch
PorscheTaycan Turbo S2021At Launch
PROTOHotrod A11930At Launch
PROTOHotrod A1 Burning Wheels Edition1930At Launch
PROTOHotrod A1 Clumsy Edition1930At Launch
PROTOHotrod A1 Marco’s Cab1930At Launch
RenaultNew Megane R.S.2018At Launch
SaleenS12020At Launch
SaleenS1 Icebreaker2020At Launch
ShelbyCobra 4271964At Launch
ShelbyGT501967At Launch
SpykerC8 Aileron2008At Launch
SpykerC8 Aileron All In Edition2008At Launch
ToyotaGR Supra (J29/DB)2021At Launch
ToyotaGR Supra (J29/DB) Liberty Walk Edition2021At Launch
ToyotaSupra (A80)2000At Launch
ToyotaSupra (A80) Ryūjin Edition2000At Launch
TVRGriffith 20172017At Launch
TVRGriffith Peppermint Edition2017At Launch
TVRSagaris2004At Launch
VolkswagenBeetle1967At Launch
VolkswagenBeetle Kahakai Edition1967At Launch
VolkswagenGolf GTI (A7)2014At Launch
VolkswagenKombi 21 Window Bus1966At Launch
VolkswagenKombi 21 Window Bus DAK1NE Edition1966At Launch
VolkswagenKombi 21 Window Bus Ghost Hunt Edition1966At Launch
VolkswagenTouareg NF 20112011At Launch

Street Racing Bikes

Street Racing Bikes, huh? Now, I’m no motorcycle expert, but I can tell you that this category is where two-wheelers really come alive in The Crew Motorfest. If you’ve got the need for speed but want to keep both wheels on the ground (most of the time, at least), this is the category for you. From the vintage vibes of the Kawasaki GPZ 900 R Ninja to the Italian flair of the Ducati Panigale R, and let’s not forget the mouthful that is the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP2—this class has a little something for everyone. Whether you know your bike stuff, or someone who still thinks a ‘Panigale’ is a type of pasta, we hope these bikes are a nice change from all the cars…

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
BMW MotorradR1200GS Adventure2014At Launch
BMW MotorradS1000RR2015At Launch
DucatiDiavel2015At Launch
DucatidraXter2016At Launch
DucatiHypermotard2015At Launch
DucatiMonster 1200 S2015At Launch
DucatiPanigale R2015At Launch
Harley DavidsonStreet Glide Special2017At Launch
Harley DavidsonIron 8832017At Launch
HondaCBR1000RR Fireblade SP22018At Launch
HondaCB1000R 2018 Neo-Sports Café2018At Launch
Indian MotorcycleChief Dark Horse2015At Launch
Indian MotorcycleScout 20152015At Launch
Indian MotorcycleFTR 1200 S2019At Launch
Indian MotorcycleScout The Cruiser Edition2015At Launch
KawasakiGPZ 900 R Ninja1984At Launch
KawasakiKX450F2015At Launch
KawasakiNinja H22015At Launch
KawasakiNinja H2 Light Rider Edition2015At Launch
KawasakiZ1000 ABS2015At Launch
KTM450 EXC2015At Launch
KTM1290 SUPER DUKE R ABS2015At Launch
KTM1190 RC8 R2015At Launch
SuzukiGSX-R 1000R2018At Launch
YamahaVMAX 17002014At Launch
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Hypercars

Ah, the Hypercars—the realm of the ridiculous, where “too much” is never enough. You’ve got Bugattis like the Chiron and Centodieci that redefine the word ‘opulent.’ Seriously, these aren’t cars; they’re the Four Seasons on wheels. Then there’s the Koenigsegg Jesko, a car so mad it basically demands to be unleashed on a track. Remember the Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo? That American beast is like the Clint Eastwood of hypercars—old but will kick your butt if you underestimate it. And if you’ve got a thing for roleplay, ‘Interceptor’ variants are on the table. Because let’s be honest, if you’re going to pretend to be the in-game police, you might as well do it while pushing 1500 horsepower, right?

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
BugattiCentodieci2019At Launch
BugattiChiron2017At Launch
BugattiChiron Carbon Edition2017At Launch
BugattiChiron Interception Unit2017At Launch
BugattiChiron Super Sport 300+2019At Launch
BugattiEB110 Super Sport1992At Launch
BugattiEB110 Super Sport Anodized Edition1992At Launch
BugattiDivo2019At Launch
BugattiDivo Magma Edition2019At Launch
BugattiDivo Emerald Storm Edition2019At Launch
BugattiLa Voiture Noire2019At Launch
BugattiVeyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse2016At Launch
BugattiVeyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse Deep Blue Edition2016At Launch
BugattiVeyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse Edition One2016At Launch
BugattiVeyron Barchetta2015At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C7 ZR12019At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C7 ZR1 Convertible2019At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C7 ZR1 Convertible Long Range Edition2019At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C7 ZR1 Gold Nugget Edition2019At Launch
CitroënGT2008At Launch
CreatorsK.S. Masked Leader2020At Launch
CreatorsTempesta2022At Launch
Ferrari458 Speciale2014At Launch
Ferrari488 Pista2018At Launch
Ferrari812 Superfast2017At Launch
FerrariEnzo Ferrari2002At Launch
FerrariF12tdf2016At Launch
FerrariLAFERRARI2014At Launch
FerrariSF90 Stradale2020Season 1
FordGT2017At Launch
FordGT Interception Unit2017At Launch
JaguarC-X75 Concept2013At Launch
JaguarC-X75 Concept Lunar Year Edition2013At Launch
KoenigseggAgera R2012At Launch
KoenigseggCCR2004At Launch
KoenigseggGemera2020At Launch
KoenigseggGemera Outclassed Edition2020At Launch
1Jesko2020At Launch
KoenigseggOne:12014At Launch
KoenigseggRegera2015At Launch
KTMX-Bow GTX2020At Launch
LamborghiniAventador LP 700-42012At Launch
LamborghiniCountach LPI 800-42021At Launch
LamborghiniEgoista2013At Launch
LamborghiniHuracan Performante2018At Launch
LamborghiniReventon2007At Launch
LamborghiniRevuelto2023At Launch
LamborghiniSián Roadster2020At Launch
LamborghiniTerzo Millennio2017At Launch
LamborghiniVeneno coupé (2013)2013At Launch
LamborghiniVeneno coupé (2013) Interception Unit2013At Launch
LotusEvija2022At Launch
LotusEvija Pure Edition2022At Launch
MaseratiAlfieri2014At Launch
MaseratiMC122004At Launch
MaseratiMC202021At Launch
McLaren12C2013At Launch
McLaren720S Spider2019At Launch
McLaren720S Spider Blast Edition2019At Launch
McLaren765LT2020At Launch
McLarenElva2021At Launch
McLarenF11993At Launch
McLarenP12013At Launch
McLarenP1 Gold Line Edition2013At Launch
McLarenSenna2018At Launch
Mercedes-BenzVision EQ Silver Arrow2018At Launch
NissanR390 GT1 Road Version1998At Launch
PaganiHuayra2012At Launch
PaganiHuayra Rubicone Edizione2012At Launch
PaganiZonda F2005At Launch
PaganiZonda F Primary Edition2005At Launch
Porsche911 GT1 Straβenversion (993)1996At Launch
Porsche918 Spyder2015At Launch
Porsche918 Spyder Silvery Edition2015At Launch
PorscheCarrera GT2003At Launch
PorscheCarrera GT Green Flash Edition2003At Launch
PROTO (unlicensed)Lucky-One2022At Launch
RenaultTreZor2016At Launch
Saleen112005At Launch
SaleenS7 Twin-Turbo Glacier Edition2005At Launch

Drift Cars

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
AcuraNSX 2017 (U.S. Spec)2017At Launch
BMWM5 (F10)2011At Launch
BMWZ4 sDrive35is (E89)2011At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS2010At Launch
ChevroletCorvette Stingray2014At Launch
CreatorsDe Lorean DMC-12 Outadrift1981At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi1969At Launch
DodgeSRT Viper GTS2013At Launch
Ferrari458 Speciale2014At Launch
FordCrown Victoria Limousine2008At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordGT2005At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
FordMustang GT Fastback2015At Launch
Forsberg RacingNissan 350Z Roadster2009At Launch
Forsberg RacingNissan 370Z PRO DRIFT2021At Launch
KoenigseggAgera R2012At Launch
LamborghiniAventador LP 700-42012At Launch
LamborghiniMurciélago LP6402006At Launch
MazdaRX7 20022002At Launch
McLaren12C2013At Launch
MitsubishiLancer Evolution X Drift Edition2014At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
Nissan370Z Nismo (Z34)2016At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
RUF3400 K2007At Launch
RUFCTR 32007At Launch
ShelbyGT5001967At Launch
ToyotaGR Supra (J29/DB) Drift Edition2021At Launch
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Drag Cars

Drift cars, you say? Ah, the perfect playground for those of us who never quite got over the “skrrt skrrt” phase. Start with the Toyota GR Supra (J29/DB) Drift Edition—this bad boy’s not just a fanboy’s dream, it’s an asphalt artist, designed to paint curves with rubber. But hold on, ever fancied yourself as a limo driver turned drift king? Then the Ford Crown Victoria Limousine is your unlikely hero; it’s as if someone looked at a limo and thought, “You know what this needs? A good sideways thrashin’.” And let’s not forget the American muscle, the Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392. This thing drifts like it’s got something to prove, possibly because it’s tired of hearing about JDM legends stealing the spotlight.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
ChevroletCamaro SS2010At Launch
ChevroletCorvette Stingray2014At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
DodgeSRT Viper GTS 20132013At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
PROTONSX 2017 (U.S. Spec)1930At Launch
RUF3400 K2007At Launch
RUFCTR 32007At Launch

Racing Cars

In the realm of Race Cars, the lineup in The Crew Motorfest is nothing short of exhilarating. Let’s start with the Aston Martin Vulcan—a machine that redefines the boundaries of automotive engineering. It’s not just a car; it’s an experience that transcends the racetrack. Then we have the Ferrari FXX K, an epitome of Italian engineering finesse. This aerodynamic masterpiece promises a drive that is as thrilling as it is efficient. And for those who crave the unique blend of ruggedness and high performance, the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is a veritable feast of torque and power. Whether your preference leans toward British craftsmanship, Italian flair, or American brawn, this category offers an unmatched range of racing titans that promise to keep your pulse racing long after the finish line.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
AcuraNSX GT3 (U.S. Spec)2017At Launch
Aston MartinVulcan2016At Launch
Aston MartinVulcan The Duke2016At Launch
AudiRS 3 LMS2017At Launch
BentleyContinental Supersports2010At Launch
BMWM Performance M4 Racing2014At Launch
BMWM6 GT3 (F13)2016At Launch
BMWZ4 GT3 (E89)2011At Launch
BugattiBolide2020At Launch
CadillacEscalade 20122012At Launch
ChevroletCamaro RS1969At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS2010At Launch
ChevroletCamping World Truck Series Chevrolet Silverado2009At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C31968At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C3 F1R3 Ed.1968At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C6R2005At Launch
ChevroletCorvette C8.R (Race Car)2020At Launch
ChevroletImpala Sport Sedan1967At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi1969At Launch
DodgeCharger SRT-8 2012At Launch
DodgeViper Competition Coupe2003At Launch
Ferrari365 GTB/4 Competizione (Daytona)1971At Launch
Ferrari458 Italia GT22011At Launch
Ferrari488 GT32016At Launch
Ferrari599XX Evo2011At Launch
FerrariF40 LM1989At Launch
FerrariFXX K2014At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor2010At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordGT2005At Launch
FordGT Le Mans Race Car2017At Launch
FordGT [Le Mans Race Car] – Airfoil Edition2017September 27th, 2023
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
Forsberg RacingNissan GT-R Nismo GT32020At Launch
KoenigseggCCGT2007At Launch
KTMX-Bow GT22020At Launch
KTMX-Bow GT42016At Launch
KTMX-Bow GT4 Raw Edition2016At Launch
LamborghiniEssenza SCV122020At Launch
LamborghiniGallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo2013At Launch
LamborghiniHuracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo2015At Launch
LamborghiniMurciélago RGT2003At Launch
MaseratiGranTurismo S2009At Launch
MaseratiMC12 versione Corse2006At Launch
MazdaMX5 (ND)2016At Launch
McLaren12C GT32014At Launch
McLarenSenna GTR2020At Launch
Mercedes-AMGC 63 Touring Car (C-Coupé DTM)2016At Launch
Mercedes-AMGC-Coupé Touring Car (DTM)2012At Launch
Mercedes-AMGGT32015At Launch
Mercedes-AMGSL 63 (R230)2009At Launch
Mercedes-AMGSLS GT32011At Launch
Mercedes-Benz300 SLR UHLENHAUT COUPE (W196)1955At Launch
Mercedes-BenzSLR McLaren 722 GT2007At Launch
MiniCooper S (R56)2010At Launch
MiniCooper S (R56) Checkered Edition2010At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34) Racing2013At Launch
NissanGT-R Nismo GT32018At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34) Racing2002At Launch
PaganiZonda R2008At Launch
Porsche911 Carrera RSR Turbo1974At Launch
Porsche911 Carrera RSR Turbo Pulse Performance Ed.1974At Launch
Porsche911 GT3 Cup2017At Launch
Porsche917K 19701970At Launch
Porsche935 2.0 Coupé Baby1977At Launch
Porsche935 2.0 Coupé Baby Old-Timer Edition1977At Launch
PROTOHotrod A11930At Launch
RenaultR.S.012016At Launch
SaleenS1 GT4 Cup2020At Launch
SaleenS7R2000At Launch
ShelbyGT5001967At Launch
SpykerC8 LaViolette GT2-R2008At Launch

Racing Bikes

For all the virtual speed enthusiasts out there, let’s shift gears and zoom into the Racing Bikes category of The Crew Motorfest. If you’re one to trade four wheels for two in the gaming world, pay close attention. The Kawasaki GPZ 900 R Ninja isn’t just a relic of the ’80s; in this game, it’s a digital ride that’ll have you reliving the golden age of superbikes. Meanwhile, the KTM 1190 RC8 R Track is what happens when game developers decide to bring modern race engineering to the streets. Both are mercilessly fast, unapologetically aggressive, and available for you to command.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
BMW MotorradS1000RR2015At Launch
DucatiPanigale R 20152015At Launch
KawasakiGPZ 900 R Ninja1984At Launch
KawasakiNinja H22015At Launch
KawasakiZ1000 ABS2015At Launch
KTM1190 RC8 R Track2015At Launch
KTM1190 RC8 R Track 2015 Power Track Edition2015At Launch
KTMRC16 – Red Bull Team2022At Launch
KTMRC16 – Tech 3 Team2022At Launch
SuzukiGSX-RR 2016 – Team Suzuki Ecstar2016At Launch
YamahaYZR-M1 20162016At Launch

Rally Cars

Dust clouds, gravel roads, and heart-pounding thrills—that’s the essence of the Rally Cars category in The Crew Motorfest. For gamers who relish the challenge of mastering complex terrains while navigating sharp turns and jumps, this class of vehicles delivers a fully immersive off-road experience. Forget pristine asphalt; we’re talking about the untamed tracks where the roar of your engine echoes through forests, canyons, and mountainsides. These aren’t your typical Sunday drivers; these cars are built to conquer the elements while delivering jaw-dropping speed and agility. Rally cars provide that perfect blend of grit and glory, making every race an unpredictable yet exhilarating escapade. Get ready to slide, jump, and barrel through some of the most iconic rally stages, all from the comfort of your gaming chair.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
AudiS1 EKS RX quattro2017At Launch
CadillacEscalade Enforcer Edition2012At Launch
ChevroletCamaro RS1969At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS2010At Launch
ChevroletCamaro Z/28 RS Enforcer Edition1971At Launch
CitroënC3 Racing 20172017At Launch
CreatorsTkachenko Ice Hunter2021At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi1969At Launch
DodgeCharger SRT-8 2012At Launch
FordFIESTA WRC2017At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordFocus RSRX2016At Launch
FordFocus RSRX Glow Motorsport Ed.2016At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
Forsberg RacingNissan 370Z East African Safari Z2020At Launch
LotusExige S2013At Launch
MiniCooper S (R56)2010At Launch
MiniCooper S Countryman ALL4 (R60)2013At Launch
MitsubishiLancer WRC052005At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
NissanFairlady Z 432 (PS30)1970At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
Porsche911 GT3 RS RD Limited Edition2016At Launch
ShelbyGT500 Americar Edition1967At Launch

Rally Raid Cars

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
ArielNomad2015At Launch
BMWZ4 sDrive35is (E89)2011At Launch
CadillacEscalade2012At Launch
ChevroletCamaro RS 19691969At Launch
ChevroletCamaro SS 20102010At Launch
ChevroletSilverado 1500 2010 Rally Raid Evo12010At Launch
ChevroletSilverado 1500 2010 Rally Raid Evo22010At Launch
ChevroletSilverado 1500 Intrepid Outdoors2010At Launch
CreatorsHunter 512021At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
FordBronco2021At Launch
FordBronco Hawaii Scenic Tour Ed.2021At Launch
FordF-150 Raptor Race Truck 20172017At Launch
FordF-150 Raptor Race Truck – Ghost Recon Edition2017At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor2010At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor 2010 Enforcer Edition2010At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor 2010 from Outer Space2010At Launch
FordFocus RS2010At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
GMCHummer EV2022At Launch
HummerH1 Alpha Rally Raid Evo12006At Launch
HummerH1 Alpha Rally Raid Evo22006At Launch
HummerH1 Alpha US Wildlife Watchers2006At Launch
HummerHX Concept2008At Launch
HummerHX Concept Enforcer Edition2008At Launch
IVORY-TOWERFalcon IVT-R10002023At Launch
IVORY-TOWERSSV Mk22023At Launch
Jeep®Grand Cherokee SRT8® 20122012At Launch
Jeep®MOAB Quicksand Concept2017At Launch
Jeep®Wrangler – Rally Raid Evo12012At Launch
Jeep®Wrangler – Rally Raid Evo22012At Launch
Jeep®Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 3922021At Launch
Land RoverDefender 90 Works V8 – Edition 022018At Launch
Land RoverDefender 90 Works V8 70th Edition2018At Launch
Land RoverDefender 90 Works V8 Intrepid Outdoors2018At Launch
MazdaMX5 MIATA NA1989At Launch
MazdaMX5 MIATA NA Spearhog Ed.1989At Launch
Mercedes-BenzX-Class2017At Launch
MiniCountryman ALL4 Racing2013At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
Peugeot3008 DKR Maxi2018At Launch
PontiacGTO The Judge1969At Launch
PontiacGTO The Judge Sparrow Competition Ed.1969At Launch
Porsche959 Raid1985At Launch
PROTOBuggy A12017At Launch
Ram1500 Rebel TRX Concept2017At Launch
Ram1500 Rebel TRX Concept Enforcer Edition2017At Launch
RUF3400 K2007At Launch
ToyotaTacoma2021At Launch
VolkswagenBeetle1967At Launch
VolkswagenBeetle Hoodlum Racing Crew Ed.1967At Launch
VolkswagenID Buggy2019At Launch
VolkswagenRace Touareg 32011At Launch

Rally Raid Bikes

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
BMW MotorradR1200GS Adventure2014At Launch
DucatiHypermotard2015At Launch
DucatiMonster 1200 S2015At Launch
KawasakiKX450F2015At Launch
KTM450 Rally2015At Launch

Rally Raid Quads

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
KTM525 XC (Race Spec)2011At Launch

Motocross

Hold on tight, because the Motocross category in The Crew Motorfest is all about mud-slinging, high-flying action that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat—or, in this case, your gaming chair. This isn’t for the faint of heart; it’s for those who love the raw, unbridled energy that comes from ramping off dirt hills and nailing those impossible tricks. Picture yourself ripping through intricate tracks filled with jumps, tight corners, and the occasional puddle just to keep you guessing. With razor-sharp handling and insane power-to-weight ratios, these bikes are engineered to deliver thrills in spades. Whether you’re zigzagging through dense forests or soaring over massive sand dunes, motocross gives you that unique blend of earth and air, all while challenging your riding skills to the max. So, grab your virtual helmet and get ready to kick up some dirt!

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
KawasakiKX450F2015At Launch
KTM450 EXC2015At Launch
KTM450 EXC Nighthawk Edition2015At Launch
KTM450 EXC Redbull2015At Launch
SuzukiRM-Z 4502016At Launch
YamahaYZ450F2018At Launch

Monster Truck

Prepare to get monstrous because the Monster Truck category in The Crew Motorfest is all about defying the laws of physics and gravity, one colossal tire at a time. These hulking behemoths are your ticket to jaw-dropping stunts and bone-rattling excitement. Whether you’re climbing near-vertical slopes or crushing rows of junkyard cars, these monster trucks guarantee a level of theatrics that’ll leave you buzzing long after you’ve hit that pause button. If you’ve ever wanted to feel like a superhero in an automotive coliseum, this is your shot.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
ChevroletCamaro SS2010At Launch
ChevroletSilverado 15002010At Launch
DeLoreanDMC-12 Monster truck Edition1981At Launch
DodgeChallenger SRT-8 3922012At Launch
FordF-150 SVT Raptor2010At Launch
FordMustang GT2011At Launch
HummerH1 Alpha2006At Launch
Jeep®Grand Cherokee SRT8® 20122012At Launch
Nissan370Z (Z34)2013At Launch
NissanSkyline GT-R (R34)2002At Launch
PROTOHotrod A11930At Launch
PROTOHotrod A1 Royale Edition1930At Launch
VolkswagenKombi High School Edition1966At Launch

Demolition Derby

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
DodgeCharger R/T Hemi1969At Launch
FENDERDemolition Derby 1 Firenze1978At Launch
FENDERDemolition Derby 2 Rattlesnake1971At Launch
FENDERDemolition Derby 3 Frontiera1956At Launch
FENDERDemolition Derby 4 Vero1984At Launch
FENDERDemolition Derby 5 Bulk1975At Launch
FENDEREdition One Demolition Derby2022At Launch

Powerboats

If you’re looking to swap out dirt arenas for wide-open waterways, the Powerboats are your maritime chariots. Ever fantasized about slicing through turquoise waters at breakneck speeds? These boats are marine engineering marvels that offer a blend of speed and agility, capable of making even the most seasoned captain a little jealous. Conquer waves, slalom through narrow channels, and bask in the glory of your virtual sea legs.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
DCBM312018At Launch
Frauscher1414 Demon2016At Launch
Ice MarineBladerunner 352017At Launch
LamborghiniTecnomar for Lamborghini 632021At Launch
PROTOOffshore MK12017At Launch
PROTOOffshore MK22018At Launch
PROTOWater Rocket (ex-F1 Boat)2017At Launch
Vector PowerboatsV40R2018At Launch

Planes

Finally, let’s take to the skies with the game’s Plane category. If you’ve ever felt the need to channel your inner Maverick or Amelia Earhart, now’s your chance. Unleash the throttle and experience the unparalleled freedom of aerobatic stunts, dizzying loop-de-loops, and high-altitude exploration. Whether you’re into precision flying or just want to test the boundaries of how high and fast you can go, these planes offer a sky-high adventure that’s nothing short of exhilarating. So, buckle up, pilot; your runway to the skies is clear for takeoff.

ManufacturerModelYearAvailable
BeechcraftModel 17 Staggerwing1945At Launch
Extra Aerobatic PlanesExtra 330 SC2009At Launch
Granville Brothers AircraftGee Bee R-11934At Launch
GrummanF8F Bearcat1945At Launch
Harmon RocketHarmon Rocket III2018At Launch
North AmericanP-51 Mustang1945At Launch
Northrop GrummanF4U Corsair1942At Launch
PilatusPC212002At Launch
Slick AircraftSlick 360 HP2017At Launch
SupermarineSpitfire Mk IX1942At Launch
WACO AircraftYMF-5D Super2018At Launch
ZivkoEdge 540 V32016At Launch

Unveiling the Best Setup for Mario Kart 8

Rev your engines and prepare for a deep dive into the high-speed world of Mario Kart 8. This comprehensive guide is designed to open your understanding of the complex mechanics, character attributes, kart capabilities, and distinct racetrack characteristics that define this wildly popular game. Whether you’re a novice driver aiming to improve your racing skills or a seasoned karting veteran seeking to refine your strategy, this article provides invaluable knowledge about the vital elements that can make or break your success on the racetrack. So buckle up and prepare to ignite your Mario Kart 8 gaming experience with this enlightening journey through the nuts and bolts of the game.

Understanding the Game Mechanics

Understanding the Mario Kart 8 Game Mechanics

Mario Kart 8 game mechanics involve various controls that significantly impact gameplay. It is critical to understand the function and importance each of these controls holds in the game. Steering involves moving the joystick left or right to change direction and race along the tracks. The acceleration button propels the kart forward, while the brake button slows it down. It’s crucial to balance these controls to maintain optimum speed without crashing into barriers.

Items play an integral role in Mario Kart 8. They are power-ups that provide an advantage to the player. Some items, like Bananas and Green Shells, can be used defensively to create obstacles for other racers. Other items, like the Bullet Bill, Star, and Lightning, offer more dramatic effects. Using these items strategically can significantly improve your positioning in races.

Maximizing Speed in Mario Kart 8

For maximizing speed in Mario Kart 8, the right character and vehicle combination is essential. Light characters such as Toad or Yoshi have better acceleration and handling but lower top speed. Medium characters like Mario or Luigi are balanced overall, while heavy characters like Bowser or Donkey Kong have higher maximum speed but slower acceleration and poor handling. Choose a combination that suits your gameplay style.

Your vehicle, wheels, and glider selection also impact speed and handling. A heavier vehicle like the Pipe Frame may be slower but more stable. Meanwhile, the Sport Bike contributes more to speed but offers less handling.

Drifting and Maneuvering in Mario Kart 8

In Mario Kart 8, drifting is a crucial skill that can significantly boost your speed. It is performed by pressing and holding the jump button while turning. Drifting allows for sharper turns without losing speed, and it additionally gives a “mini-turbo” speed boost. Drifting correctly can be the difference between victory and defeat, especially on tracks with many turns.

Maneuvering through different terrains requires understanding their impacts. For instance, grass and dirt slow you down, while boosts and ramps can give a significant speed surge. Utilize shortcuts whenever possible, and be aware of the varying terrains to maintain the highest possible speed.

Nailing Down Game Mechanics in Mario Kart 8

In order to rise to the top in Mario Kart 8, understanding the game mechanics and strategically applying them is key. Integrating such knowledge will give you a solid edge, aiding in developing the most efficient racing arrangement.

Image of a Mario Kart 8 game setup with various controls and characters racing on a track

Choosing the Ideal Character

Selecting the Perfect Character for Your Mario Kart 8 Experience

Mario Kart 8 maintains the rich character diversity of its predecessors, each boasting unique traits. Across the 41 characters are three weight classes – light, medium, and heavy, each impacting speed, acceleration, weight, handling, and traction.

Lightweight characters are quick off the start line with high acceleration and comfortable handling, ideal for off-road or adverse weather conditions with their efficient traction. However, their low speed and weight make them easy targets for heavier racers. Baby Peach and Toad are examples of such characters.

Medium-weight characters offer balance in all aspects, providing fair competitiveness. Characters like Luigi and Princess Peach, falling into this weight class, bring to the table a good balance of speed and handling.

With superior speed and weight, heavyweight characters are a perfect pick for those who thrive on speed tracks and enjoy nudging others off the track. In spite of their slower acceleration, their high power compensates for it. They can sometimes be tough to manage due to their weight, as seen in characters like Bowser and Wario, but their ability to withstand other players’ attacks is unmatched.

For players valuing speed and power over handling and acceleration, heavyweights are the best pick. Whereas, if you prefer a balance of good speed and handling, medium-weight characters are the way to go. But if you prioritize high acceleration, great handling, and good traction over speed and power, lightweight characters are your best bet.

In addition to weight classes, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe also awards characters special abilities unique to them, which often turn around the game in your favor. Peach and Daisy, for example, carry with them the Heart, a special item that safeguards them from other players’ items.

Taking the time to familiarize yourself with different characters and their unique abilities is crucial to determine what fits your playing style best. Often, being comfortable with a character’s performance across various racing conditions can outweigh raw stats.

Ultimately, the “best” character for you in Mario Kart 8 hinges not just on raw data, but also on your preferred playing style, the track you’re playing on, and your ease in controlling the character.

Mastering Kart Customization

In Mario Kart 8, the importance of kart customization is as significant as your character selection. Your gameplay can be drastically influenced by your choices of karts, tires, and gliders.

Typically, the heavier frames like karts or SUVs possess superior speed and weight, while the lighter variants like bikes boast better handling and faster acceleration. These traits can be leveraged to counterbalance the weaknesses of your selected character – for instance, a heavyweight character with poor handling might find an ally in a light, nimble bike.

Your choice of tires can fundamentally alter your handling abilities and traction. For most tracks, Slim tires are a popular choice owing to their balanced performance. However, for off-road tracks, the higher traction of Monster tires can provide a substantial performance boost.

While gliding options usually have a minimal effect on your kart’s overall performance, it’s worth noting that some options such as the Swooper or Parachute provide better handling than the standard Super Glider.

Ultimately, personal playstyle heavily influences the right kart selection. Whether prioritizing speed, handling, or balanced performance, players should explore different configurations through test runs and experimentation to discover what suits them best.

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Selecting the Perfect Kart and Add-ons

With a broad array of kart styles, including traditional layouts, motorbikes, and even quad bikes, Mario Kart 8 offers plenty of variety. Each kart type carries its distinct aesthetic and unique performance stats, which are integral to your racing strategy.

Lower weight classes like Karts and Bikes excel in delivering exceptional handling and acceleration, making them ideal for twisty race tracks filled with numerous turns. On the other hand, higher weight classes like ATVs and heavy Karts are characterized by a higher top-speed and weight, making them a great choice for straight, open tracks.

Importance of Tires Choice

Tires can drastically influence your kart’s behavior on the racetrack. There are several tire options in Mario Kart 8, each affecting speed, traction, and weight in separate ways. Roller and Azure Roller tires increase acceleration and handling but decrease the maximum speed, ideal for twisted turns tracks. Conversely, slick and cyber slick tires amplify your top speed while sacrificing acceleration and handling, better for flat and straightforward racetracks. It’s crucial to tailor your tire choice to both the racetrack at hand and your chosen kart’s inherent statistics.

Choosing the Right Glider

Glider selection is another area that can subtly influence your performance in Mario Kart 8. While it is easy to dismiss gliders as purely aesthetic, they do indeed offer stat changes. There are four types of gliders: Super, Waddle Wing, Peach Parasol, and Parachute, each having its attributes. For instance, heavyweight gliders like Waddle Wing can slightly reduce acceleration but increase speed when gliding, suitable for courses with long gliding sections. Conversely, lighter gliders like the Peach Parasol increase acceleration and handling, thereby enhancing control during gliding portions.

Matching Kart and Add-ons with Your Character

Another crucial aspect is to select a character and kart combination that complements each other. Characters in Mario Kart 8 are divided into light, medium, and heavy categories, each with distinct attributes. Light characters, as an example, have augmented acceleration and handling but lack in top speed. Pairing them with a heavy Kart or ATV can counterbalance these weaknesses, providing a more rounded racing profile. Conversely, a Heavyweight character paired with light equipment can balance their lower acceleration and higher top speed.


To excel in Mario Kart 8, understanding and aligning the right kart, tires, and glider with your character’s unique features is imperative. By unfolding the statistical details of each component and studying specific track requirements, players can take insightful steps towards optimizing their setup. This can significantly improve their chances of victory within the game.

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Mastering Different Race Tracks

Diving Deeper into Track Characteristics

Mario Kart 8 is renowned for its diverse race tracks, each offering a unique mix of challenging turns, speed-boosting pads, and hidden shortcuts. Gaining an insight into these track elements can provide you with a significant competitive boost. Take for instance, the dramatic twists and barrier-less routes of ‘Rainbow Road’ demand meticulous timing and control. On the other hand, ‘Toad Harbor’ poses routine challenges of a multi-route track, where the understanding of the quickest path and ideal setup can be game-changing!

Mastering Boost Pads

Boost pads are a common feature found on all Mario Kart 8 tracks. They propel your racer forward when driven over at high speed. Tracks like the “Electrodrome” have a high number of boost pads. Implementing the boosting approach correctly by maintaining an optimum speed and trajectory can give a strong edge over your competitors.

Handling Tricky Turns

Tricky turns are frequent in almost all Mario Kart 8 tracks. They require expert handling and drifting skills, helping to maintain speed even through the curve. Tracks like “Bowser’s Castle” and “Rainbow Road” are full of tricky turns that can easily destabilize players who lack certain skills. Having a setup with good handling and traction can be handy for such maps, helping you avoid sliding off the sides.

Leveraging Shortcuts

Shortcuts, if executed correctly, can save you precious seconds, significantly changing race outcomes. However, many of them require certain kart setups or items such as mushrooms for a boost of speed. Finding and learning how to use the shortcuts in tracks like “Thwomp Ruins” or “Dry Dry Desert” can give you a noticeable advantage over your opponents.

Adapting Playstyle and Setup to the Track

The key to mastering Mario Kart 8 lies in the racer’s ability to adapt their playstyle and kart setup according to the track. A setup with high top-speed might work week on a straightforward track like “Mario Circuit”, whereas a track with lots of turns like “Yoshi Valley” might require a setup with higher acceleration and handling for a better performance.

Strategy and Timing

In addition to your setup, items and boosts can drastically change your race outcomes. Knowing when to use speed items or when to avoid battles can be a strategic decision based on observation of your opponents. Something you should consider adding to your gameplay, a boosting start or a well-timed mushroom sprint can gain you that extra lead you need.

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Armed with a comprehensive understanding of Mario Kart 8’s game dynamics, character strengths and weaknesses, kart selection, and race track mastery, your racing prowess is set to reach unprecedented levels. This in-depth investigation into the cores of the game offers you detailed insights and expertise, sharpening your tactics and giving you the upper hand in every race. So, put this newfound knowledge to the test and immerse yourself in the thrilling world of Mario Kart 8. Remember, the pursuit of victory is an ongoing process. Keep racing, keep learning, and above all, keep having fun. The finish line is just the beginning of your next great race.

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