F1 23 Monza Setup Guide
Welcome to the Monza Setup Guide for the captivating F1 23 game, an exciting release by EA SPORTS. A historic staple of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Italian Grand Prix, held at the legendary Monza circuit, presents unique challenges to all players.
The Monza track, known for its long straights and swift corners, necessitates a detailed understanding of car setup and race strategy. This guide is tailored to provide you with comprehensive knowledge and techniques to conquer the Monza circuit.
In this guide, you will find in-depth advice on modifying your F1 car setup to align with the unique requirements of the Monza track. We’ll explore essential setup aspects such as aerodynamics, transmission, suspension geometry, and tyre strategy, all key to maximizing car performance and maneuverability.
Whether you’re a rookie driver just starting out in the world of F1 23 or a seasoned racer seeking to improve your lap times at Monza, this guide is your ticket to success. Brace yourself for high-speed action and let’s dive into the thrilling challenges of the Italian Grand Prix together in F1 23. Stay tuned for an exhilarating racing journey!
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F1 23 Monza Aero Setup
If you’re struggling with your F1 23 set up for the Monza track, our Monza Aero setup guide may be just what you need. We recommend a front aero of 4 and a rear aero of 6, which should provide a good balance of downforce and a very high top speed. Make a big effort to focus on corner exits with this setup. Of course, as with any set up guide, this is just a starting point – you may find that you need to make adjustments depending on your driving style and other factors. It’s always a good idea to experiment with different setups to find the one that works best for you. And remember, we’ll be keeping an eye on the game’s handling model and updating our guide accordingly, so be sure to check back for the latest updates.
Front Aero: 4
Rear Aero: 6
F1 23 Monza Transmission Setup
For the F1 23 Monza Transmission setup the On Throttle Differential is set at 55% and Off Throttle Differential is also 55%, you should keep in mind that differential settings control car rotation. Lower values can make the car rotate faster, while higher values aid in stability and acceleration. Keeping the differential settings closer to 50% is generally faster, but you can push the values higher if you need a more stable car. However, it’s important to note that higher diff values can cause increased tyre wear, while lower ones can result in the car spinning out easily. You can adjust the differential values based on your driving style and track conditions, and in rainy conditions, we recommend increasing values for improved stability. Finally, practice will play a key role in honing your skills and getting used to a lower diff setting.
On Throttle Differential: 55%
Off Throttle Differential: 55%
F1 23 Monza Suspension Geometry Setup
For the F1 23 Monza Suspension Geometry setup set Front Camber of -2.50° and Rear Camber of -1.00° facilitate improved cornering and stability. Additionally, the Front Toe of 0.00° and Rear Toe of 0.10° promote better responsiveness and steering precision. It is worth noting that this set-up can also have a significant impact on tyre wear, so it is important to ensure that you have it set correctly!
Front Camber: -2.50
Rear Camber: -1.00
Front Toe: 0.00
Rear Toe: 0.10
F1 23 Monza Suspension Setup
To set up your F1 car for optimal performance at Monza, begin by adjusting your suspension settings. Start with a firm front suspension at 40 and a softer rear suspension at 17. Adjust the front anti-roll bar to 13 and the rear anti-roll bar to 1. For ride height, set the front at 33 and the rear at 36. Keep in mind that suspension is a personal preference, so adjust as necessary for your driving style. But with early signs pointing to a firm front and softer rear as the way to go, these settings are a good place to start.
Front Suspension: 40
Rear Suspension: 17
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 13
Rear Anti Roll Bar: 1
Front Ride Height: 33
Rear Ride Height: 36
F1 23 Monza Brakes Setup
The ideal Brake pressure should be 100%, but if you’re running with ABS off, lowering the brake pressure will make it easier to avoid locking up your tyres. Additionally, the Front Brake Bias should be set at 55%. This will help ensure that the front wheels of the car provide enough stopping power without causing any unnecessary understeering, particularly with the higher top speed you will hit at Monza.
Brake Pressure: 100%
Front Brake Bias: 55%
F1 23 Monza Tyres Setup
For Monza, it’s all about balancing wear and acceleration; aim for 24.2 PSI in the front right and left tyres, and 21.7 PSI in the rear right and left tyres. Increasing pressures may be quicker over a single lap, but you will face increased wear. We’d definitely recommend you take advantage of the game’s practice sessions and tyre programs to better understand how your personal driving style impacts your tyres.
Front Right Tyre Pressure: 24.2 psi
Front Left Tyre Pressure: 24.2 psi
Rear Right Tyre Pressure: 21.7 psi
Rear Left Tyre Pressure: 21.7 psi