Monza is known as the temple of speed because the circuit is made up of mostly straights.
So the most important factor of the car when reaching this track lies in the speed in a straight line. That is why your configuration should be oriented to it.
If you still don’t know how to get the most speed out of your car, we have a recommendation for you when you go to Italy.
Italy configuration or setting
The car setup screens are the same as in F1 2021, so you should be able to quickly locate yourself. These are the settings that we recommend you use if you are just starting out in the game courtesy of the site RacingGames:
- Front wing – 4
- Rear wing – 7
Although straight line speed is the most important, this level of wings will help you get enough speed through the Lesmos, Ascari chicane and Parabolica.
If you feel more comfortable, you can lower the level of the wings a bit but be prepared to take less speed in the curves.
- Differential when accelerating: 70%
- Differential when decelerating: 55%
70% on the throttle should be enough to get a good exit out of Turn 1 and Ascari’s chicanes.
On the other hand, 55% when decelerating should be enough for the car to have enough rotation.
- Front drop: -2.50 °
- Rear drop: -2.00 °
- Conv./Div. forward: 0.06 °
- Conv./Div. rear: 0.20 °
The suspension geometry values do not change compared to our other guides. First we have the combination of the maximum value in the front and the minimum value in the rear when it comes to the fall.
To this is added a bit of Conv./Div. front to have an optimal combination.
- Front suspension: 1
- Rear suspension: 5
- Front roll bar: 1
- Rear roll bar: 7
- Front chassis height: 2
- Rear Chassis Height: 7
Both the front suspension and the front roll bar have a rating of 1. Even at these low levels you will still have enough stabilization for the track.
With a 2-7 in the height of the chassis it will be enough to mount the pianos of some curves.
- Brake pressure: 100%
- Front braking: 56%
With 100% brake pressure you will reduce the distance you need to stop on the two chicanes of the track, which can be beneficial when you want to pass another car.
- Right front tire pressure: 21.8psi
- Left Front Tire Pressure: 21.8psi
- Right rear tire pressure: 22.7psi
- Left rear tire pressure: 22.7psi
With these low pressure levels you will not overheat the tires and therefore, you will get enough performance in each lap.
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