Best F1 24 Italian GP car setup for fastest laps at Monza

Franco Diaz
Charles Leclerc leading the Italian GP in F1 24

A proper car setup will help you achieve great results during a race weekend in F1 24, event at Monza. Take a look at the best F1 24 setup for racing and winning at the Italian GP.

In F1 24, three of the seven original circuits from the first Formula One season in 1950 are featured: Spa-Francorchamps, Silverstone, and Monza. The Italian GP stands out for its straights where cars reach impressive speeds. If you also want to achieve this, remember to use the best F1 24 car setup.

On that note, check out the best F1 24 Italian GP car setup.

F1 24: Best Monza GP setup

For the F1 24 Italian GP, we’ll prioritize top speed in your car to take advantage of the long straights and fast corners on this legendary circuit. To achieve this, we’ll set aside aerodynamics and focus on Suspension Geometry to maximize your speed and acceleration.

Here’s the best F1 24 Italian GP car setup:


  • Front Wing Aero: 8
  • Rear Wing Aero: 11
F1 24 Italian GP Aerodynamics


  • Differential Adjustment On Throttle: 65%
  • Differential Adjustment Off Throttle: 60%
  • Engine Braking: 20%
F1 24 Italian GP Transmission

Suspension Geometry

  • Front Camber: -2.90°
  • Rear Camber: -1.30°
  • Front Toe-Out: 0.20°
  • Rear Toe-In: 0.23°
F1 24 Italian GP Aerodynamics Geometry
The Suspension Geometry of your F1 24 car is so important in the Italian GP.


  • Front Suspension: 39
  • Rear Suspension: 17
  • Front Anti-Roll Bar: 13
  • Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 5
  • Front Ride Height: 15
  • Rear Ride Height: 60
F1 24 Italian GP Suspension


  • Brake Pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 56%
F1 24 Italian GP Brakes


  • Front Right Tyre Pressure: 24.5psi
  • Front Left Tyre Pressure: 24.5psi
  • Rear Right Tyre Pressure: 21.5psi
  • Rear Left Tyre Pressure: 21.5psi
F1 24 Italian GP Tyres

Best Italian GP race strategy in F1 24

The best F1 24 race strategy for running the Monza GP is to make a single pit stop.

The usual high temperature at the Italian GP is detrimental to the soft tires. That’s why we recommend starting with the medium compound and switching to the hard ones halfway through the race.

With not many corners, the soft tire loses prominence. However, if the weather cooperates and the temperature isn’t too high, it would be worth attempting, especially to take the chicanes as quickly as possible.

How to improve in F1 24 Monza GP

The best way to master the Italian GP in F1 24 is to practice in Time Trial mode.

Monza isn’t very complicated; the only thing you need to practice at the Italian GP is mastering the three chicanes on the circuit. The first two, located almost consecutively at turns 1-2 and 4-5, are very slow chicanes, and during the first lap, a yellow or red flag might be waved.

On the other hand, the third chicane at turns 8, 9, and 10 is a bit faster, but you still need to brake properly to exit with as much acceleration as possible onto the final straight.

All in all, that was the best F1 24 car setup to use in the Italian GP. Remember, if you’re looking for a more realistic experience in F1 24, don’t forget to disable the assists on your controller or steering wheel and enjoy the full experience of the new Dynamic Handling feature.