Our Formula One Esports Team

Weybridge Racing is an innovative Formula One Esports Team which builds, develops, maintains and operates its racing platform based on the Formula One Simulator Network (see f1sim.net for further information), a digitally-optimised and high-performance engine for F1 Esports race craft and competition, supporting the Mercedes-AMG Formula One ethos.

Weybridge Racing is principally based on the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team (MAPF1) inspired by the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Esports Team (MAPE).

Our F1 2024 Esports Drivers

Weybridge Racing is in the process of recruiting, training and developing our new F1 Esports drivers, in readiness for the 2024 Formula One season. We will announce our final line-up of drivers once they have qualified for our Team – so please keep an eye on this section over the coming weeks and months.

Irrespective of age, gender, nationality, background, etc. – if you believe you have what it takes to be part of an elite F1 Esports team, then please get in touch here: Enquiries.

Our F1 2024 Esports Car

Mercedes-AMG F1 W14 E Performance 2023
(until July 2024)

Technical Specification (PDF)
3D Model View

Our F1 Simulator Engine

Weybridge Racing F1 Simulator Network
Mode: Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 (MAPF1)
Build: WRF1 v44.230709


Primary Controls

Wheel
Fanatec ClubSport Formula V2.5+
(with MAPF1 microcode)

Pedals
Fanatec CSL 2-Pedal Set + Load Cell Brake
(with MAPF1 microcode)

 

Controls Firmware Levels

  • Fanatec PC Driver Version: 451
  • Fanatec Wheel Base: 1.1.8.5(MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Wheel Base Motor: 1.0.3.2 (MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Steering Wheel: 46 (MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Wireless Quick Release: 6.0.0.2
  • Fanatec CSL Pedals Load Cell Kit: 44(MAPF1)

MAPF1 = ‘Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1’ optimised software and calibration settings 


Controls Configuration

Pedals Force Settings (in firmware)

  • Clutch: 85%
  • Brake / BRF (Load Cell): 50%
  • Throttle: 85%

 

Wheel Profile Settings (Set 1)

(Click Thumbnail)

  • SEN 340
  • FF 100
  • FFS Peak
  • NDP 25
  • NFR 20
  • NIN OFF
  • INT OFF
  • FEI 100
  • FOR 100
  • SPR 100*
  • DPR 100**
  • BLI OFF (or User Preference)
  • SHO ON
  • MPS AUTO
  • BRF 50

* SPR has no effect
** DPR is associated with ‘Wheel Damper’ slider in F1 xx settings


F1 23 Configuration

Race Style = Expert

Assists

  • Driving Proficiency: Custom
  • Steering Assist: Off
  • Braking Assist: Off
  • Anti-Lock Brake: Off
  • Traction Control: Off
  • Dynamic Racing Line: Corners Only [Off]
  • Dynamic Racing Line Type: 3D [N/A]
  • Gearbox: Manual [Manual]
  • Pit Assist: Off
  • Pit Release Assist: Off
  • ERS Assist: Off
  • DRS Assist: Off

 

AI Difficulty

  • AI Difficulty: 100

 

Controls, Vibration & Force Feedback

  • ‘Edit’ custom Weybridge Racing profile
  • Calibration > Steering Linearity: 0
  • Calibration > Steering Saturation: (optional, 15)
  • Vibration & Force Feedback: On
  • Vibration & Force Feedback Strength: 100
  • On Track Effects: 30
  • Rumblestrip Effects: 30
  • Off Track Effects: 20
  • Wheel Damper: 0
  • Understeer Enhance: Off
  • Maximum Wheel Rotation (F1 & F2): 360
  • Maximum Wheel Rotation (Supercars): 900

 

Simulation Settings

  • Recovery Mode: Flashbacks
  • Flashback Limit: Unlimited
  • Surface Type: Realistic
  • Low Fuel Mode: Easy
  • Race Starts: Manual
  • Tyre Temperature: Surface & Carcass
  • Pit Lane Tyre Sim: On
  • Car Damage: Standard
  • Car Damage Rate: Standard
  • Collisions: On

Configuration Reference
Dashboard / YouTube

Our Workshop Partners

F1 / Esports
Codemasters
EA Sports
Fanatec
Mercedes-AMG
PlaySeat
Puma Sports
Razer
SimHub
SimRacingSetups
Sony PlayStation
PureUNION / PUNN.org



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