F1 24 Belgium Setup Guide

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This F1 24 Belgium Setup guide aims to have your car in top condition for the race around the Belgian Grand Prix track. 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 Belgium Setup Walkthrough

The beautiful and iconic Spa track, it has notable elevation shifts, lengthy straights designed for overtaking, and some really good corners. As with a lot of faster tracks, it does feature one heavy braking spot for drivers to face, meaning you’ll have to keep that in mind when tuning up the car.


Front wing Aero goes to 15 while rear wing can go as low as 1. This is a speed-focused setup and should give you all the chances you need to overtake during the lengthy straight. The car will feel slippery but it’s not something that can’t be adjusted as you get used to the track.


Engine braking is set to 70 while on throttle differential is 70. Off throttle can go down to 35. This should provide enough force on turning to make up for the reduced downforce of the rest of the specs.

Suspension Geometry

Lowest Camber Angles once again, front angle goes down to -3.5 while the great goes down to -2.2. Both toe settings are at a flat 0.0


The following Suspension settings are the best ones for this track, stick to these and you’ll be doing well:

Front Suspension: 40

Rear Suspension: 5

Front Anti-Roll: 20

Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 16

Front Ride Height: 24

Rear Ride Height: 56

We’re seeing the stiffer front suspension and loose rear become a fairly popular setup in this section of the calendar as it manoeuvres around a circuit like this quite well. The High Anti-Roll settings are probably not what you’d expect but they do keep the car steady, especially on the harsher braking zone.

Low ride height especially in the front is fine as there’s no curbs on this particular track so there’s no need to adjust for them.


The standard braking settings are useful with pressure of 95 and brake bias of 55.


Tyre pressure once again, another trend emerging in this middle section of the calendar, is at the meta of 29.5 on the front tyres and 26.5 on the rear.

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That is all for this F1 24 Belgium 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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