F1 24 Italy Setup (Updated For New Handling Patch)

F1 24 Italy Setup

F1 24 Italy Setup

Italy marks the end of the European leg of the F1 calendar. Blasting around the Temple of Speed definitely sends Europe off with a bang!

Monza is dominated by high-speed straights, testing corners, and vicious chicanes, challenging even the most seasoned drivers. You need a car you can trust, with a good F1 24 Italy setup, updated for the new handling patch.

F1 24 Italy Setup

The Italian Grand Prix dates right back to the very first world championship season in 1950. The event has been held at Monza in all but one year since, with the temple of speed synonymous with the sport.

F1 24 Italy Setup
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The circuit has been modified many times over the years, mainly due to safety concerns. This has resulted in the tough chicane trio that now breaks up a lap of otherwise flat-out driving.

Monza's gravel traps lie in wait for anyone drifting off-track during a race. Drivers need to be aware when pushing for an overtake, as even the smallest of mistakes will be punished.

F1 24's handling was criticized by F1 Esports drivers and seasoned content creators upon release. The game has since been patched, with this setup best suited to the game post-patch.

Check out the full F1 24 Italy setup at the bottom of this article, or read the setup summary below:


  • Front wing: 15
  • Rear wing: 5


  • Differential adjustment on throttle: 35%
  • Differential adjustment off throttle: 50%
  • Engine braking: 100%

Suspension geometry

  • Front camber: -3.50
  • Rear camber: -2.2
  • Front toe-out: 0.25
  • Rear toe-in: 0.25


  • Front suspension: 25
  • Rear suspension: 15
  • Front anti-roll bar: 3
  • Rear anti-roll bar: 2
  • Front ride height: 30
  • Rear ride height: 45


  • Brake pressure: 95%
  • Front brake bias: 55%


  • Front right tyre pressure: 29.5 psi
  • Front left tyre pressure: 29.5 psi
  • Rear right tyre pressure: 26.5 psi
  • Rear left tyre pressure: 26.5 psi


Aerodynamics are basically non-existent at Monza, but you do need some downforce for the chicanes.

15 on the front allows for good turn in in the corners, while 5 on the rear reduces drag to a minimum and keeps the rear planted in the chicanes.


For the Transmission, you'll need to strike a balance between stable and predictable car both on and off the throttle.

F1 24 Italy Setup (Updated For New Handling Patch)
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Your Differential settings should therefore be 35% for on-throttle and 50% for off-throttle, as this ensures the car will be easy to keep out of the gravel.

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New for F1 24 is the Engine Braking, which dictates the rate at which your car slows down when off the throttle.

We recommend turning this up to the maximum of 100% for Monza. This will really help around the Lesmos and Parabolica.

Suspension Geometry

The Suspension Geometry sets how much of the wheels makes contact with the road surface, thus changing your mechanical grip levels.

Lower Toe and Camber angles mean higher grip but also higher rates of tyre wear.

To help keep your tyres for longer, we recommend the maximum Camber angles of -3.50 and -2.20.

Conversely, to help your performance levels, the lowest possible Toe values of 0.00 on the front and rear are best.


The Suspension is the most in-depth part of the car's setup in F1 24. Starting with the springs, these dictate how the car rolls over the curbs and bumps on the track.

F1 24 Italy Setup (Updated For New Handling Patch)
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The Front Suspension is best at 25, as this makes for a responsive front end. On the rear, 15 allows for a planted rear axle but one that can absorb bumps when needed.

Because of the high-speed direction changes through the Ascari Chicane, as well as the Lesmo and Parabolica, your Anti-Roll Bar should be 3-2.

You'll need to use the kerbs a lot around here and there is a big include up to Ascari. With that in mind, your Ride Height needs to be a little higher than usual at 30-45.


With the highest top speed and average top speed of the year, you'll need strong Brakes to slow down for the chicanes.

95% Brake Pressure allows you to brake late for overtakes without the fear of locking up the brakes.

The Brake Bias should also be set to 55% towards the front for the ideal balance between the front and rear anchors.


Maximizing the tyre pressures are the best option in F1 24. This will increase performance without sacrificing too much tyre life.

Setting 29.5 psi on the front and 26.5 psi on the rear will ensure you stay on a one-stop race.

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