F1 23 Best Logitech G923 Wheel Settings: Xbox, PS5, PC

Here are our recommended F1 23 wheel settings for the Logitech G923. These settings work on Xbox, PS5 and PC, and include a guide on how to calibrate your racing wheel

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F1 23 Logitech G923 Wheel Settings

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The Logitech G923 is one of the most popular racing wheels for F1 23. It is one of the better budget racing wheels and works perfectly with F1 23 right out of the box.

To make your force feedback and racing experience with the Logitech G923 even better, we have optimised the wheel settings

Here are our optimised Logitech G923 settings for F1 23. These settings will make your G923 feel more realistic in F1 23 and allow you to drive with confidence. Below we have recommended settings for the Logitech G923 in-game and in the G Hub which is accessible if you are racing on PC.

Watch our F1 23 Logitech G923 settings video

Below is our video showing all of our Logitech G923 force feedback settings for F1 23 along with how we set up our Logitech wheel. If you’d rather read this guide, scroll past the video to continue reading.

How to set up Logitech G923 in F1 23

Before getting onto our recommended F1 23 wheel settings for the Logitech G923, you first need to ensure your racing wheel is set up and working in game. Follow these quick tips to get your Logitech G923 set up in F1 23 in no time.

  1. Connect your Logitech G923 to your PC, Xbox or PS5

    The Logitech G923 works perfectly with all platforms. Whichever platform you are on, you should connect the USB cable from the Logitech G923 to your console or PC. And then connect the power cable to your Logitech G923.

  2. (PC only) Download and install G Hub, and update firmware

    This step only applies if you’re racing on PC. Download the G Hub from Logitech’s support website. Install it and follow the instructions to update your racing wheel’s firmware. Once the firmware is up to date, enter the G Hub settings that I’m recommending below.

  3. Start F1 23 and enter the wheel settings

    Once your wheel is connected to your PC or console and working, boot up F1 23. Head to the settings screen, and into the controllers tab. Here you can calibrate your racing wheel and enter our recommended force feedback settings.

  4. Configure your button mapping

    After entering the force feedback settings, you can continue to configure your button mapping. Simply scroll to the setting you wish to change, select it and then press the button you wish to map that in-game setting to.

Logitech G HUB Settings (PC Only)

When racing F1 23 with the Logitech G923 on PC, you’ll need to download Logitech’s G Hub to update your wheel’s firmware to ensure it works correctly. If you skip this step on PC, your wheel may not be recognised or work correctly in F1 23.

Logitech G923 G Hub Settings

The G Hub is completely free to download, and can be found on Logitech’s support website. Once you download G Hub, install it using the .exe file, and continue through the on-screen prompts to install and configure it.

When its installed, you should see an image of your racing wheel (when your Logitech G923 is turned on and connected). Select this image and then you will be able to adjust the G Hub wheel settings.

The settings that you will want to ensure are correct in G Hub are the operating range, which should be set to 360 degrees. Then make sure the sensitivity is set to 50 and so is the centering spring strength. You can leave the torque setting to 100 and audio effects at their default.

  • Operating range: 360
  • Sensitivity: 50
  • Centering spring strength: 50
  • Torque: 100
  • Audio effects: 80

F1 23 wheel calibration settings

Once you have completed the G Hub set up, or if you’re racing F1 23 on Xbox or PS5, you can move on to calibrating your racing wheel. This step will ensure that all functions such as the steering, pedals and button inputs are working correctly.

Boot up F1 23, head over to the settings page, and then into the ‘Controls, Vibration and Force Feedback’ settings tab. This is the part of the settings that will let us manage all of our wheel settings including the calibration.

The first thing you should do when in the controls menu is to perform the button test. You will see the icon to start the button test in the bottom right of the screen. Press that button and then a few bars will appear on screen.

Simply turn your wheel from side to side using the full rotation of the wheel, and push each pedal all the way down as well. When doing this you should see the bars move from 0 to 100, and -100 to 100 for the steering. If you are seeing this then your wheel is working perfectly.

If you can’t reach 100 with any input or the bars aren’t staying steady at 0 when you aren’t touching anything, then you’ll need to tweak a few calibration settings.

F1 23 calibration settings

If you select the calibration menu item, you’ll see a range of settings. There is a deadzone, linearity and saturation setting for each of your steering, throttle and brake. Each of these settings will change how your steering and pedals behave.

I would always recommend changing a couple of settings, which I’ll show below. But if you are experiencing problems with the button test as mentioned above, you should look to change these calibration settings further.

My recommendations for the ideal F1 23 calibration settings for the Logitech G923 are to increase the steering deadzone up a few points to around 5. This will help reduce any car movement when travelling straight and can help prevent your car from drifting to one side which is a common issue.

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I also recommend increasing the throttle linearity a little. This will change the linearity curve and give you more precision over the start of the throttle pedal. This will help a lot when trying to avoid wheelspin while applying throttle input.

The brake pedal on the Logitech G923 is very stiff, and this sometimes prevents you from being able to apply 100% brake pressure. If you are having this problem, you can increase the brake saturation. This will reduce how far you have to push the brake pedal before it registers 100% input in F1 23.

Logitech G923 F1 23 Force Feedback Settings

Once your wheel is correctly calibrated and working in F1 23, you can now adjust the most important wheel settings, the force feedback settings. These will directly change how your Logitech G923 racing wheel feels while on track, and optimising these settings can drastically improve your feeling for the car in game.

Below are our recommended Logitech G923 F1 23 wheel settings. These can be applied to Xbox, PS5 and PC, as each version of the game behaves identically with the G923 wheel.

Overall, these settings will improve the responsiveness of your wheel and limit excess clipping. This is the sensation of your wheel’s force feedback exceeding its own power limitations and makes the force feedback muddy and hard to understand.

In-Game Settings:

  • Vibration & FFB: On
  • Vibration & FFB Strength: 90
  • On Track Effects: 35
  • Rumble Strip Effects: 30
  • Off Track Effects: 20
  • Wheel Damper: 15

What these settings changes will do

The first thing you should do is turn on the vibration and force feedback, otherwise, you won’t feel anything through your wheel. Then lower your strength down to 90. This will limit some of the clipping I just mentioned and give more well-rounded force feedback.

Next up, set the on track effects to around 35. This is about the sweet spot for this setting. Much higher and your wheel will vibrate a bit too much when driving around the track. And any lower and you’ll start to lose some finer track surface detail.

The rumble strip effects and off track effects are much more down to personal preference. However, I like these set to around 30 and 20. If anything, I prefer these two settings lower rather than higher.

My thinking is that when I go off track, I’d rather my wheel remains stable and doesn’t shake itself silly, as this will help me regain control and get back on track quicker.

Finally, set the damper to 15. This will change the feeling of resistance and weight in your wheel. And if you increase this too much, your wheel will feel sluggish and unresponsive.

Logitech G29 Force Feedback Settings

The Logitech G29 and G920 are the older versions of the G923. These wheels are very similar but require ever so slightly different settings. So here are my recommendations for those two wheels.

The main difference is a slight increase in the strength across the board, as these two older wheels are slightly underpowered compared to the G923.

In-Game Settings:

  • Vibration & FFB: On
  • Vibration & FFB Strength: 95
  • On Track Effects: 35
  • Rumble Strip Effects: 45
  • Off Track Effects: 20
  • Wheel Damper: 15

Logitech G923 Control layout

The controller layout of the Logitech G923 remains pretty much unchanged from previous versions of the F1 game. You can change any of these inputs using the button mapping feature in F1 23.

To make changes to this button configuration, scroll to the input you wish to change, select it and then press the new input. Then back out and save your controller profile.

By default, this is the base layout for the Logitech G923.

  • Accelerate – Throttle Pedal
  • Brake – Brake Pedal
  • Steer Left – Steering Wheel Turned Left
  • Steer Right – Steering Wheel Turned Right
  • Pause – Menu
  • Gear Up – Right Paddle Shifter
  • Gear Down – Left Shifter Paddle
  • Clutch – Right Paddle Shifter (Used for race starts)
  • Overtake – X/A
  • Next Camera – Unassigned
  • Camera Free Look – Unassigned
  • Look Back – Circle/B
  • Replay/Flashback – Unassigned
  • DRS – Triangle/Y
  • Pit Limiter – Square/X
  • Radio Commands – Unassigned
  • Multi-Function Display – Cross/A
  • MFD Menu Control – D-Pad

F1 23 Force Feedback Settings Explained

Understanding how each part of the force feedback settings will change how you racing wheel behaves in F1 23 is good knowledge to have, especially if you wish to make some tweaks to our recommended wheel settings above.


The vibration and force feedback strength is a global controller for your overall force feedback strength. Lowering this will decrease how powerful your racing wheel feels, and will limit its force feedback potential.

On track effects

The on track effects change how much force feedback is generated from your car’s tyres touching the track surface. Increasing this will make surface changes and small track details more noticable.

Rumble strip effects

Rumble strip effects will change how aggressive kerbs are in F1 23.

Off track effects

The off track effects setting will modulate how much force feedback is generated from off track areas such as grass and gravel.

Wheel damper

The wheel damper simulates friction between your tyres and the track surface. Increasing this setting will give a sensation of weight in your racing wheel

Wheel rotation

The wheel rotation settings will change the maximum lock of your steering wheel in F1 23. This should be set to 360 for the F1 and F2 cars.

Is the Logitech G923 a good racing wheel for F1 23?

For many years we have been recommending the Logitech G923 as one of the very best racing wheels for the F1 games, and that continues with F1 23. The G923 is an incredibly capable racing wheel, producing good force feedback, and is very well built.

For those looking to purchase a racing wheel on more of a budget, the Logitech G923 is the ideal choice.

We have written a complete guide to the best F1 23 racing wheels, which provides more insight and recommendations for the best wheels across a range of budgets and for each console.


These recommended wheel settings for the Logitech G923 in F1 23 should make your wheel feel a little better while racing. They’re designed to eliminate clipping which can be a big problem as well as improve the overall feeling of your car on track.

As always with all of our recommended wheel or controller settings, these should be used as a baseline. Feel free to make adjustments to these settings to fit your own personal preference.

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