Our F1 2024 Car

Introducing the
Weybridge Racing Formula 1

An exceptional, high performance car exclusively engineered for F1 Esports, the WRF1 is a one-of-a-kind programmed primarily to push race limits. Distinctly innovative in both design and build, the WRF1 is a new, ground-up platform ready to deliver winning performance on every race circuit with its core features of instant power delivery, precise handling, and championship-class reliability .

Our 2024 car is product of leading edge technology and perfected automotive craftmanship. The WRF1 is assembled 75% of ultralight composites, with its optimised carbon fibre monocoque chassis housing the first ‘nano’ class inline-6 Mercedes-AMG modelled power-unit capable of producing 1,008 hp, supported with advanced electronic systems including a break-through SECU engineered by Sony.

At Weybridge Racing, we believe our vision of constructing the perfect F1 Esports car is realised with the latest WRF1. Tuned for aggressive demands of Esports competitive racing, the production of the WRF1 is exactly what our F1 Esports drivers have been waiting for – a car that challenges the digital engineering status quo to exceed high expectations. We hope you will agree our WRF1 is quite a looker too!

Technical Specification

Constructor: Weybridge Racing
Administrator: PureUNION F1
Principal Team:
Mercedes-AMG F1 Team
Simulation Engine: F1 Simulator Network
Type: FIA Homologation EA Sports F1 World Car

Power Unit
Mercedes-AMG GmbH
Mercedes-AMG F1 M256+ E Performance
Power Output: 1,008 hp
Minimum Weight:
150 kg
Power Unit Perimeter:
Internal Combustion Engine (ICE)
Motor Generator Unit – Kinetic (MGU-K)
Motor Generator Unit – Heat (MGU-H)

Turbocharger (TC)
Energy Store (ES)
Control Electronics (CE)

Internal Combustion Engine (ICE)
Longitudinal Inline 6 Nano Derivative
Capacity: 1.6 litres
No of Valves:
Max rpm ICE:
15,000 rpm

Max Fuel Flow Rate: 100 kg/hour (above 10,500 rpm)
Fuel Injection:
High-pressure direct injection (max 500 bar, one injector/cylinder)
Pressure Charging:
Single-stage compressor and exhaust turbine on a common shaft
Max rpm Exhaust Turbine:
125,000 rpm

Energy Recovery System (ERS)
Integrated Hybrid energy recovery via electrical Motor Generator Units
Energy Store:
Lithium-Ion battery solution of minimum 20 kg regulation weight
Max useable energy storage on track:
4 MJ
Max rpm MGU-K:
50,000 rpm
Max power MGU-K:
120 kW (175 hp)
Max energy recovery/lap MGU-K:
2 MJ
Max energy deployment/lap MGU-K:
4 MJ (33.3 s at full power)
Max rpm MGU-H:
125,000 rpm
Max power MGU-H:
Max energy recovery/lap MGU-H:
Max energy deployment/lap MGU-H:

Eight speed forward, one reverse unit with carbon fibre main case
Gear Selection:
Sequential, semi-automatic, hydraulic activation
Carbon plate

Moulded carbon fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Carbon fibre composite including engine cover, sidepods, floor, nose, front and rear
Coating: Graphite silver-grey plasmonic paint, carbon-black matt ultralight vinyl, greyed pink titanium paint
 Removable driver’s seat made of anatomically formed carbon composite, six-point driver

safety harness, HANS system
Safety Structures:
Cockpit survival cell incorporating impact-resistant construction and penetration

panels, front impact structure, prescribed side impact structures, integrated rear impact structure, front
and rear roll structures, titanium driver protection structure (halo)
Front Suspension:
Carbon fibre wishbone and push rod-activated springs and dampers
Rear Suspension:
Carbon fibre wishbone and push rod-activated inboard springs & dampers

Wheels: BBS forged magnesium
Pirelli P ZERO™
Brake System:
Safran (Carbone Industrie) carbon discs and pads with rear brake-by-wire

Brake Calipers: Brembo monobloc calipers in nickel-plated aluminium alloy machined from solid
block (front and rear)
Power-assisted rack and pinion
Steering Wheel:
Fanatec carbon fibre construction
PureUNION F1 (PF1) FIA-approved homologated electronic and electrical system
Standard ECU: Sony X-PF1 (opensource) 
Fanatec Electronic Systems (FES)
Fuel System:
ATL Kevlar-reinforced rubber bladder

Fuel & Lubricants

Overall Length:
Overall Width:
Overall Height:
Overall Weight:

Principal Model Car
Mercedes-AMG F1 W15 E Performance

Our F1 Esports Team

Weybridge Racing is an innovative Formula One (F1) Esports Constructor and Racing Team which builds, develops, maintains and operates its racing platform based on the F1 Simulator Network (see f1sim.net for further information), a digitally-optimised and high-performance simulation engine which hosts our WRF1 car for F1 Esports race craft and competition.

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

Weybridge Racing is keen to recruit, train and develop new F1 Esports Pro and Expert level drivers, in readiness for the next F1 Esports season, leagues and championships. 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 Simulation Engine

F1 Simulator Network
Host: Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 (MAPF1)
Mode: Weybridge Racing (WRF1)
Build: WRF1 v7.24.0228

Primary Controls


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


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


Controls Firmware Levels

  • Fanatec Driver Version: 455
  • Fanatec Base Engine: (MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Wheel Motor: (MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Steering Wheel: 47 (MAPF1)
  • Fanatec Wireless Quick Release:
  • Fanatec Load Cell Pedal Block: 44 (MAPF1)

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

Controls Configuration


Pedals Force Settings

  • 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
  • FEI 100
  • FOR 100
  • SPR 100*
  • DPR 100**
  • BLI OFF (or User Preference)
  • SHO ON
  • BRF 50

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

Simulator Configuration

Race Style = Expert


  • 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 f1sim.net 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


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