F1 24 Monaco Setup Guide

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This F1 24 Monaco Setup guide aims to have your car in top condition for the race around the Monaco Grand Prix track, one of the most well-known in the entire F1 world. Having the right settings can make all the difference out there so having the best setup can help you charge through the field. F1 24 was released recently with Steam reviews being very mixed on the game.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

F1 24 Monaco Setup Walkthrough

Track Characteristics

By this stage, most people will be familiar with the Monaco track. It has some of the trickiest turns a driver will ever face as well as both the fastest and slowest corner of the year. It tests just about every aspect of a driver and needs the perfect setup.


Both wings can go to 50, this high setting should keep you from hitting any of the barriers or walls on the more commanding turns.


In an unusual move, Engine Braking goes down to 0. The differential On throttle is 15, with the differential off throttle going to 20. These super low settings should make it easier to rotate the car fully at the harsh corners.

Suspension Geometry

Lowest camber angles and toe at 0 is about the only way I’ve seen to make sure your car navigates the hairpins.


The following Suspension settings are best for this track:

  • Front Suspension: 41
  • Rear Suspension: 5
  • Front Anti-Roll Bar: 8
  • Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 7
  • Front Ride Height: 20
  • Rear Ride Height: 55

The anti-roll bar can be set low to deal with changes of direction, which are nearly constant on this track. The ride height is adapted for downforce on the rear with the front being lower due to the lower curbs on the track.


The usual brake settings of 95 pressure with 55 braking bias should be enough for this track. These provide the ideal balance as well as the necessary force to bring yourself to a stop at corners.

Tyre Pressure

The pressure for both sides on the front goes to 24, the pressure for both sides on the rear goes to 21.

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That is all for this F1 24 Monaco setup guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other F1 24 content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know. We are trying to cover every track in this game to help you perfect every track regardless of what mode you’re aiming for.

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