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F1 24 Best Racing Tracks

F1 24 Best Racing Tracks

F1 is host to many racing events throughout the year’s season. Central to the excitement of the races are the circuits (also called “tracks”). In this article we will look at the best tracks in F1 24.

The Best Tracks are Always the Classic Ones

There is a reason why the following tracks are the best: They embody the F1 experience. Not only do they exhibit the thrill of the races, but they also provide a backdrop for the countries they represent; which makes the F1 experience an immersive one. This translates well into the F1 games, especially F1 24.

  • Circuit de Monaco: This circuit, as its name indicates, is a classic track situated in the small nation-state of Monaco. This track—famously known as “Monte Carlo” for the neighborhood this track is situated in—has tight roads, a twisty layout, elevation changes, and a peculiar section that is not present in other circuits up until the addition of the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi: a tunnel. While changes in the circuit have been few since its inauguration, many exciting races have happened here. This track is a staple in F1 games because it captures the same excitement as the real-world track.
  • Suzuka Circuit: This circuit is a famous racing circuit in Japan. Its inclusion in the F1, despite being featured in other racing circuits and video games, is a testament to its popularity and being one of the best tracks of all time. The defining feature of this track is the figure eight section almost halfway into the circuit. This section was made possible by constructing an overpass. Many drivers and spectators have praised the circuit as one of the best. And since this circuit is held near the end of the season, many world championship races have been held in Suzuka. This means that the most exciting season-enders have been witnessed by spectators in Suzuka. [Note: Suzuka has been moved to an earlier start-of-season but has been historically one of the season-enders.]
  • Monza Circuit (Autodromo Nazionale di Monza): This classic Italian racetrack has been home to many world championship races. It is also the oldest F1 circuit! Due to its proximity to Modena, it is home to Ferrari F1 fans around the world. The numerous modifications to the real-world track made it the fastest F1 track since 1991.
  • Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps: This circuit is the longest track in F1, spanning 7 km. It is built on the hills of the Ardennes countryside, which means sections of this track are also for public use. This track was the fastest track in F1, until the current Monza appeared.
  • Interlagos (Autódromo José Carlos Pace): This Brazilian track has seen close and exciting races throughout its existence. It is no surprise, then, that this track is well-loved by F1 fans. The track has a distinct characteristic of being a unique experience for fans and drivers alike... rain. The track has been a season-ender since 2004.
  • Circuit Zandvoort: Located at the northern end of the Netherlands, this track is home of the Dutch Grand Prix. It fell off the F1 season for nearly 40 years until it was reinstated in 2021. The lovely Dutch atmosphere provides a backdrop for exciting and memorable races.
  • Silverstone: The first F1 World Championship was held in Silverstone. This historic event was attended by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and is now a staple in every F1 season. While not an exciting track like Monaco or Suzuka, Silverstone remains one of the most technical tracks in F1 due to is long straightaways, few bends, and flatter elevation. This translates into precise driving due to track and tire tractions affecting race conditions.
  • Marina Bay Street Circuit: This Singaporean circuit shares a common theme with Monte Carlo as a street circuit. The only difference is that this Asian track is harsher and more unforgiving than its European counterpart. However, it is also home to one of the strongest and loudest crowds in F1. Technically, the curbs in this track have been criticized in the real-world as a danger zone. But after a few reroutes, the current track now featured in F1 24 is one of the most exciting ones in the game.
  • Catalunya (Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya): A classic F1 track that is host to the Spanish Grand Prix. This track is also contested by many automotive sports. The technical aspect of this track is how wind direction changes affect the vehicle’s aerodynamics. This poses a challenge especially for F1 since the F1 cars are purposefully built to test and improve the aerodynamics of cars. This means that there is not one true car set-up for this track.
  • Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez: This Mexican speedway has been a staple in F1 races for nearly eight decades, with intermittent no-shows. The current racetrack for F1 24 features a longer track compared to its former versions.

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