The Grand Prix of Italy

F1 2020 Monza Setup Guide

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F1 2020 Monza setup guide for the Italian Grand Prix

The high-speed track in Italy awaits you. (Image credit: Codemasters)

Bella Italia. Formula 1 starts at the legendary Autodromo Nazionale Monza - the fastest track on the current F1 calendar. With our F1 2020 Monza Setup Guide we provide you with the perfect settings for the racing simulation.

A home victory for Ferrari at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza this year is unlikely. But with our F1 2020 Monza Setup-Guide, you at least have the chance to get to the top of the podium.

The Track in Monza

Since the introduction of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1950, the GP of Italy has been held at the legendary Monza circuit, which is one of the fastest circuits on the F1 calendar. Four long straights and several slow chicanes characterize the approximately 5.8-kilometer long high-speed track.

The lap record dates back to a time when Formula 1 racing cars did not have electric motors: Rubens Barrichello, who is now also active in sim-racing, holds the record with a time of 1:21.046 minutes. About three seconds less should be possible with our F1 2020 setup.

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F1 2020 Monza Setup

  • Front wing: 1
  • Rear wing: 6-7
  • Differential adjustment with accelerator pedal: 55
  • Differential adjustment without gas pedal: 57-60
  • Front-wheel camber: - 2,60
  • Rear-wheel camber: - 2.00
  • Front track: 0,05°.
  • Rear track: 0.20 - 0.25°.
  • Front suspension: 1-2
  • Rear suspension: 11
  • Front stabilizers: 2
  • Rear stabilizers: 5
  • Front ground clearance: 1
  • Rear ground clearance: 2-3
  • Brake pressure: 100
  • Front brake force distribution: 50

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