F1 23 Singapore Setup Guide
Welcome to the Singapore Setup Guide for the F1 23 game developed by EA SPORTS. As an established event in the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Singapore Grand Prix, held on the city streets of Marina Bay, introduces unique challenges for players.
The Singapore track, known for its tight corners and demanding street layout, requires an in-depth understanding of car setup and racing strategy. This guide is crafted to provide you with comprehensive insights and techniques to master the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
In this guide, you will find detailed advice on fine-tuning your F1 car setup to align with the unique demands of the Singapore track. We’ll cover crucial setup aspects such as aerodynamics, transmission, suspension geometry, and tyre pressures, all key to maximizing car performance and control.
Whether you’re a rookie just starting your F1 23 journey or an experienced player aiming to improve your lap times at Marina Bay, this guide is here to help. Prepare for the challenge, embrace the night race excitement, and let’s tackle the Singapore Grand Prix together in F1 23.
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F1 23 Singapore Aero Setup
Ok, so for Singapore we are maxing out Aero. We strongly suggest a front aero of 50 and a rear aero of 50, which is a great starting point for achieving a balanced car that can handle corners with ease. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the game’s handling model may evolve over time, so be sure to check back frequently for any updates or adjustments to our recommended settings.
Front Aero: 50
Rear Aero: 50
F1 23 Singapore Transmission Setup
When it comes to setting up your F1 23 car for Singapore, it’s important to pay close attention to your transmission setup. Specifically, the On Throttle Differential and Off Throttle Differential settings will play a big role in how your car handles on the track. Generally speaking, lower differential values will help the car rotate faster, while higher values will improve stability and acceleration. It’s important to find a balance that works for your driving style, but if you’re unsure, a setting close to 50% is usually a good place to start. That said, if you’re racing in wet conditions, it’s a good idea to increase your differential values for added stability. Keep in mind that the differential can also impact tire wear, so be prepared to make adjustments as needed throughout the race. Here we are going very low, this will make the car much easier to rotate in the slower speed corners. If you find yourself spinning then try increasing the on throttle diff to 60% and working from there.
On Throttle Differential: 50%
Off Throttle Differential: 50%
F1 23 Singapore Suspension Geometry Setup
For the F1 23 Singapore Suspension Geometry setup guide set the Front Camber to -2.80° and Rear Camber to -1.00°. The Front Toe is 0.04° while the Rear Toe is 0.14°. This area is significant in terms of tyre wear as well. The proper suspension setup is vital for the optimal handling and performance of the vehicle. The recommended values ensure optimum grip and handling on the Singapore track. You should consider making adjustments based on your driving style, track conditions, and other factors. Keep in mind that even small changes in these settings can result in significant changes in tyre wear.
Front Camber: -2.80
Rear Camber: -1.00
Front Toe: 0.04
Rear Toe: 0.14
F1 23 Singapore Suspension Setup
For optimal setup in the F1 game, pay close attention to the suspension settings. We recommend a front suspension of 28 and a rear suspension of 8, accompanied by a front anti-roll bar of 6 and a rear anti-roll bar of 1. The front ride height should be 33, while the rear ride height should be 36. While suspension settings ultimately come down to personal preference, a firm front and softer rear is a good starting point for the Singapore circuit. Make sure to test and adjust these settings as needed for optimal performance.
Front Suspension: 28
Rear Suspension: 8
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 6
Rear Anti Roll Bar: 1
Front Ride Height: 33
Rear Ride Height: 36
F1 23 Singapore Brakes Setup
For F1 23 Singapore, the Brake Pressure should be set at 100%, while the Front Brake Bias should be at 55%. However, it’s worth noting that the brake pressure also depends on the ABS setting. If you’re playing with ABS off, you may want to consider lowering the brake pressure to prevent the tyres from locking up. Take the time to experiment with different settings and find the ones that work best for you.
Brake Pressure: 100%
Front Brake Bias: 55%
F1 23 Singapore Tyres Setup
To get through a whole race in F1 23 Singapore, it’s crucial to set up your tyres correctly. Make sure the Front Right Tyre Pressure is 22.5 PSI and the Front Left Tyre Pressure is 22.5 PSI. As for the Rear Tyre Pressures, keep them at 20.3 PSI. Lower tyre pressures work well in the game. It’s best to complete tyre programmes during practice sessions to understand how your driving style affects tyre wear. Use these insights to make the necessary adjustments and improve your performance on the track.
Front Right Tyre Pressure: 22.5 psi
Front Left Tyre Pressure: 22.5 psi
Rear Right Tyre Pressure: 20.3 psi
Rear Left Tyre Pressure: 20.3 psi