F1 24 Hungary Setup Guide

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This F1 24 Hungary Setup guide aims to have your car in top condition for the race around the Hungarian 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 Hungary Setup Walkthrough

Track Characteristics

This is a track known for its difficulty. The middle section is essentially nonstop low-speed corners making it almost impossible to overtake. This tricky track requires a stable car that can take advantage of the brief glimpses of opportunity afforded to the driver.


Front Wing Aero at 50 with rear wing at 40. This will keep you glued to the track and sacrifice speed in order to take the corners as best as possible. You’ll have to go into defence mode on the longer straights with this but it’ll be worth it for possible time gain on the cornering.


Engine braking at 80 will be ideal here, on throttle differential can be ramped up to 75 with the off throttle settling at 25.

Suspension Geometry

Both camber angled go to the lowest once again with the Front Camber moving to -3.5 and the rear camber at -2.2. Both toe settings can be 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: 39

Rear Suspension: 8

Front Anti-Roll Bar: 19

Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 15

Front Ride Height: 23

Rear Ride Height: 54

The stiffer front suspension and looser rear are the best way to take the corners on the Hungaroring. The Anti-Roll settings should also deal with the changes in direction easily enough. Ride Height is set to keep the car low to the ground specifically since the track itself has lower curbs.


Brake pressure at 95 with the usual front braking bias at 55 for this one.


The standard tyre pressure settings will be useful here. That is a 29.5 for the front set with 26.5 for the rear set.

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That is all for this F1 24 Hungary 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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