Despite being one of the faster tracks on the calendar, the Albert Park Circuit in Australia has many sharp turns to throw your F1 car into. For this track, you are going to need the best F1 23 Australia setup that can handle this bumpy track.
In this guide, we will explain everything that you require to make the best possible setup, from brake pressure to cambers and everything in between.
Best F1 23 Australia setup for dry and wet conditions
Albert Park can be a tricky track to make a setup for. With its multiple DRS zones and curvy roads, it requires speed, but every so often there are sharp turns that also require your F1 car to be able to turn at a dime. To make the best of the Australia track, it is recommended to focus on a build that leans more towards turning and cornering capabilities.
Here are the best F1 23 Australia setup settings for both dry and wet conditions.
Note: Changes required for wet conditions will be included along with the dry settings. If no wet settings are provided, then the dry settings will work just as well.
The aerodynamic settings play a key role in making the car more planted to the track. The more the downforce, the more easily you are able to throw yourself into a turn quickly. This is why for this F1 23 Australia setup, we will be going for higher values on both front and rear wing aero.
These settings will ensure you are able to easily take on the sharp corners this track throws at you while having enough room for top speed as well.
- Front Wing Aero: 30
- Rear Wing Aero: 28
For the wet, we will be decreasing these because we have to keep in mind that speed is also very much required on this track, and higher aero values make the car really slow in wet conditions.
- Front Wing Aero: 14
- Rear Wing Aero: 16
While this can be adjusted based on your style, it is recommended you start with these settings as a base as these have proven to work best for the F1 23 Australia build. The differential settings can affect your general tyre wear and acceleration.
A more open differential setup like this will allow you to have less tyre wear and a gradual transition of traction loss.
- Differential Adjustment on-throttle: 50%
- Differential Adjustment off-throttle: 50%
For wet conditions, we will increase these values as tyre wear is affected differently in wet.
- Differential Adjustment on-throttle: 65%
- Differential Adjustment off-throttle: 55%
The suspension geometry settings determine your overall car stability and maneuverability. The Australian track is known to be rather bumpy, so for this F1 23 Australia setup, we will go for settings that can manage these hurdles. These will also be slightly adjusted for wet conditions.
- Front camber: -2.80˚
- Rear Camber: -1.00˚
- Front Toe: 0.04˚
- Rear Toe: 0.14˚
- Front camber: -2.90˚
- Rear Camber: -1.40˚
- Front Toe: 0.05˚
- Rear Toe: 0.25˚
This part of the setup is the most personal, meaning you should set this based on your style and preferences. However, this is a good base. Going for way lower rear suspension values is something that generally works great in F1 23. Also, make sure to have the rear ride height slightly higher than the front to create an optimal weight balance.
- Front Suspension: 28
- Rear Suspension: 8
- Front Anti-Roll Bar: 6
- Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 1
- Front Ride Height: 33
- Rear Ride Height: 36
For the wet setup, we will change the values to ensure it performs the same in wet as well. Increasing our front suspension drastically will let us help take corners even with a lower front wing aero. Higher general ride height will also help.
- Front Suspension: 40
- Rear Suspension: 11
- Front Anti-Roll Bar: 11
- Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 1
- Front Ride Height: 35
- Rear Ride Height: 40
A full 100% is always recommended unless you drive with ABS turned off. You need higher brake pressure to ensure you can brake as late as possible. You can reduce the brake pressure and front brake bias by a few percentages for wet conditions if you feel it’s required.
- Brake Pressure: 100%
- Front Brake Bias: 63%
The tyre pressure settings in this F1 23 Australia setup will ensure you have optimal tyre wear throughout the race while also giving you the right amount of grip. You can tweak these based on your style, but the settings below are recommended. These settings will work for both dry and wet conditions.
- Front Right Tyre Pressure: 22.5
- Front Left Tyre Pressure: 22.5
- Rear Right Tyre Pressure: 20.3
- Rear Left Tyre Pressure: 20.3
Australia is a tricky one, especially in the rain. With this best F1 23 Australia setup, you can focus on mastering the track knowing you have a beast of an F1 car beneath you.