Best F1 24 Australian GP car setup for Career & F1 World

Amitesh Dhar
F1 24 Albert Park Australia GP

The F1 24 Albert Park Australian GP is one of the easier tracks on the calendar, with long straights and corners with medium-speed entries. Here’s the best setup for your car in the Australian GP in F1 24.

Albert Park is a fast track in F1 24 because it’s mostly comprised of long straights and simple corners. Of the 14 turns on the track, there are only two 90-degree turns.

The best car setup for this track allows the car to have high top speeds, and decent stability while braking and entering into corners in the game.

If you’re looking to set quick lap times on this track, here’s the best car setup for the Albert Park Australian GP in F1 24.

F1 24: Best Australian GP setup (Albert Park)

Here’s the best Australian GP car setup in F1 24:


  • Front Wing Aero: 42
  • Rear Wing Aero: 30
Australia GP Aerodynamics settings


  • Differential Adjustment on Throttle: 65%
  • Differential Adjustment off Throttle: 75%
  • Engine Braking: 100%
Australia GP Transmission settings

Suspension Geometry

  • Front Camber: -2.80°
  • Rear Camber: -1.00°
  • Front Toe-Out: 0.10°
  • Rear Toe-In: 0.10°
Australia GP Suspension Geometry settings


  • Front Suspension: 35
  • Rear Suspension: 12
  • Front Anti-Roll Bar: 15
  • Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 5
  • Front Ride Height: 24
  • Rear Ride Height: 70
Australia GP Suspension settings


  • Brake Pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 60%
Australia GP Brakes settings


  • Front Right Pressure: 23.5 psi
  • Front Left Pressure: 23.5 psi
  • Rear Right Tyre Pressure: 20.5 psi
  • Rear Left Tyre Pressure: 20.5 psi
Australia GP Tyres settings

The Australian Grand Prix is a street track like Monaco, but it’s easier to master in F1 24. You don’t have to worry about braking too often, because there aren’t many turns.

However, there are two 90-degree turns which can be slightly difficult to maneuver if you cannot slow down in time. This is why we’ve got engine braking at 100% in this best setup for the Australian GP in F1 24, as it will help you slow down quicker when you’re off the throttle.

Best Australian GP race strategy in F1 24

Australia GP pitstop strategy
The best strategy for Australia is to make two pitstops.

When participating in the F1 24 Australian GP, it’s best to use a two-stop strategy. The aim is to make two pitstops to switch out tyres to get a jump on the competition.

You must secure a good spot during the qualifying runs, so it’s best to run on Soft tyres during this stage because you’ll need all the speed that you can get.

If you manage to start out in the top 10 spots during the main race, then start off with Medium tyres, and swap out for the Hard tyres during the two pitstops in the race.

If you start out towards the back of the pack, then go for Soft tyres and change to Hard tyres during the two pitstops. As for scheduling the pitstops, keep an eye out for the tyre wear, and then plan them out accordingly. Tire wear will depend highly on how aggressively you drive, so you will have to plan your pitstops in F1 24 on the fly.

How to improve in F1 24 Australian GP

The best way to improve your time in the F1 24 Australian GP is by either playing the Time Trial mode on this track or by setting up a race weekend with practice runs. You’ll get three practice runs, with 20 laps on each, which is enough for you to master the best racing lines on the track.

That sums up everything you need to know about the best car setup for the Australia GP in F1 24. If you’re just starting out in the game, here are the best controller and audio settings that will provide you with a completely immersive experience.

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