F1 24 Saudi Arabia Car Setups

F1 24 Saudi Arabia Setups

Discover the best F1 24 Saudi Arabia setups for the Jeddah Corniche Circuit to help improve your lap time. Search for dry and wet setups, as well as race and qualifying setups for MyTeam, Career & Time Trial game modes.

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Jeddah Corniche Circuit Saudi Arabia country flag

Circuit Length 6.174km
Lap Record 1:30.734
Time Trial Record 1:25.550
Average Speed: 4/5
Track Grip: 3/5
Downforce: 2/5
Tyre Wear: 3/5

How To Use Our F1 24 Saudi Arabia Car Setups

All of the F1 24 car setups above can be used on PC, Xbox and PlayStation. Follow the tips below to start using the setup and improving your lap times.

  • Step 1: Find an F1 car setup above
  • Step 2: Start any F1 24 session
  • Step 3: Copy the setup into the setup screen
  • Step 4: Head out on track to test the setup
Setup Video

Watch our F1 24 Saudi Arabia setup video

Here is our recommended F1 24 Saudi Arabia setup video. This car setup has been created for the Jeddah Corniche Circuit using dry conditions and is optimised for longer race sessions. It can be used with any team in F1 24, and in any mode including MyTeam, Career and F1 World.

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Track Guide

F1 24 Jeddah Corniche Circuit Track Guide

The Jeddah Corniche Circuit is a unique street track located in Saudi Arabia. It doesn’t follow the normal layout and style of many other street circuits. There aren’t any 90-degree corners that are commonplace at street tracks such as Singapore and Baku.

Instead, the Jeddah circuit is a much higher-speed track with a range of medium-speed corners throughout. The track layout is much more similar to the Miami circuit, with the sweeping higher-speed sectors.

The Saudi Arabian track has 27 corners in a single lap, making it one of the highest corner counts of any track in F1 24. Many of these corners can be taken flat out, such as the sequence between turns 17 and 22.

Is Jeddah a high or low downforce circuit?

With the sheer number of corners, you may think Jeddah is a higher-downforce circuit. However, looking at the track map, you’ll see that most corners are small kinks that can be taken at high speed.

There are a few long straight sections, which make the track incredibly rewarding if you opt for an aggressively low-downforce car setup. This approach can work well in a race, making it easier to overtake and defend against other drivers. However, the fastest car setup approach for Jeddah is maintaining a balanced aerodynamic setup.

I would recommend opting for a very balanced aero setup, with a lower rear wing angle compared to the front. This offset move the aero balance forward, providing a lot of grip at the front of the car. Many corners require fast direction changes, and a responsive front-end will lead to fast lap times.

F1 24 Jeddah Car Setup

What makes a good Jeddah car setup?

As mentioned above, a medium downforce approach is the best way to set up your aerodynamics for Jeddah. Other parts of your car can also be low-drag to help improve straight-line speed. For example, Lower toe and camber can lead to less drag and more traction out of corners.

The suspension can be relatively stiff for Jeddah to help promote responsiveness and reduce understeer. Despite being a street circuit, there aren’t too many bumps around the Saudi Arabian track.

One area of your car setup you need to get right is your tyre pressures. Due to the high-speed track layout and fast corners, the front tyres can get very hot and wear fast during a race. Lowering the front tyres more than the rear tyres is often the best approach for a race around Jeddah in F1 24.

Lower front tyre pressures will help reduce temperature buildup and result in less tyre wear. This can help you be more open with your race strategy and open up possibilities for longer stints during the race.

Recommended race strategy for Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Arabian track isn’t known for its harsh tyre wear. It is a front-limited track that will test the front tyres more than the rear. However, the track surface and cooler nighttime weather conditions usually lead to a race where a one-stop strategy prevails.

The hard tyres can last most of the race at Jeddah in F1 24. Starting on soft or medium tyres before switching to hard tyres for the final stint is often the quickest route to the checkered flag.

F1 24 Jeddah race strategy
Jeddah Race Strategy F1 24 © Pirelli
Is the Jeddah track hard to drive in F1 24?

Jeddah has a very technical layout with most corner sequences containing a few turns that lead on one from the other. Much like Suzuka in Japan, you need to ensure you get each part of the corner right to maximise your speed.

Should I use high or low downforce at Jeddah?

The track layout at Jeddah is very fast. However, the corners require higher downforce. This leads to a rather balanced aerodynamic setup, combining a lower rear wing to help with straight-line speed and a higher front wing to make the car feel responsive.