F1 24 Las Vegas Setup (Updated For New Handling Patch)

F1 24 Las Vegas Setup: Best Car Settings For Sin City

F1 24 Las Vegas Setup: Best Car Settings For Sin City

Las Vegas is the newest circuit on the F1 calendar, bringing the glitz and glamor of Sin City to the paddock. Despite the show business façade, Vegas is still a tough track to master.

A good setup around here will guarantee your luck on the track. This F1 24 Las Vegas setup will help you finally beat the house, especially after the recent handling update.

F1 24 Las Vegas Setup

2024 will see the second Las Vegas Grand Prix held at the new circuit. After returning to Nevada in 2023, the Las Vegas Street Circuit silenced the doubters by putting on a great racing show.

While the show around the track may be distracting for fans, drivers on the track have to stay focused to avoid hitting the walls.

F1 24 Las Vegas Setup: Best Car Settings For Sin City
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A tough mix of tight corner complexes and long straights means you need the best of both worlds to master Sin City.

F1 24's handling was drastically different from its predecessor and was heavily criticized by F1 Esports drivers and seasoned content creators.

However, the patch some players had been crying out for has now landed. So, you'll need to tweak the setups you had been using before to adapt to the latest update.

Aerodynamics

  • Front wing: 5
  • Rear wing: 2

Transmission

  • Differential adjustment on throttle: 48%
  • Differential adjustment off throttle: 48%
  • Engine braking: 50%

Suspension geometry

  • Front camber: -3.50
  • Rear camber: -2.2
  • Front toe-out: 0.00
  • Rear toe-in: 0.00

Suspension

  • Front suspension: 41
  • Rear suspension: 5
  • Front anti-roll bar: 15
  • Rear anti-roll bar: 10
  • Front ride height: 25
  • Rear ride height: 60

Brakes

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

Tyres

  • 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

The Las Vegas strip presents a unique challenge for nailing the setup. The cars need to be able to turn, but that long straight needs something slippery.

A front wing of 5 and a rear of 2 are perfect. This will allow the car to glide along one of the longest straights in F1.

Transmission

F1 24 introduces a new engine braking option. This sets how much speed is scrubbed when easing off the throttle and pushed back into the ERS battery pack.

We've found that going in the middle of the road with 50% is best around Las Vegas.

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F1 24 Las Vegas setup
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The differential dictates how differently the rear wheels can rotate when on and off the throttle.

The on-throttle should be set to 48% and the off-throttle 48%. This is ideal for the slower-speed technical sections.

Suspension Geometry

In previous years the meta was to set camber all the way right and toe all the way left. This year, as things currently stand, that creates some difficulty in car balance.

As a result, we recommend -3.5 and -2.2 for the camber settings and 0.0 for both toe settings. This also helps with the tighter turns.

Suspension

Suspension is the most detailed section of your F1 24 setup and can be extremely personal to your driving style and skill level.

Vegas requires a stiff 41 front suspension and maneuverable 5 rear suspension to allow the car to ride curbs with minimal disruption.

This can be a bit extreme, so if you have more confidence in the corner exit, feel free to bring these values closer together.

F1 24 Las Vegas setup
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Anti-roll bar sets how the car pitches during changes of direction. Anti-roll bars of 15 on the front and 10 rear means the car reacts quickly to the high-speed directional changes.

The Ride Height can be lower on this street circuit. 25 on the front and 60 on the rear enable ground effect to compensate for the lower wings.

Brakes

The braking zone at the end of the strip really tests the use of the brake pedal. Your Brake Pressure needs to be high at 95% to slow the car down in time.

It also helps if your braking bias is weighted more towards the front than usual. Setting the front to 55% provides the ideal balance.

Tyres

As has become a theme in F1 24, higher tyre pressures are best. This will improve overall grip without compromising tyre life too negatively.

F1 24 Las Vegas setup
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Because of that, the front pressures should be set to 29.5 psi, and the rears at 26.5 psi.

The Las Vegas Street Circuit can be quite cold at night and this will help keep your rubber warm down the numerous long straights in Vegas.

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