The Italian Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious races on the Formula 1 calendar. It is held at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, a fast and challenging track that is known for its high speeds. This weekend, the best drivers in the world will be competing for victory.
If you are a fan of Formula 1, you can get a taste of the action by using the Time Attack feature in F123. This feature allows you to race against the real lap times of Formula 1 drivers.
How to Use the Time Attack Feature:
To use the Time Attack feature, you need to select the “Time Attack” mode and then choose the track and the driver whose time you want to beat. The game will then load the track and the car that the driver used, and you will be able to start racing.
The goal of the Time Attack mode is to beat the driver’s lap time. You can see the driver’s lap time on the top left corner of the screen. If you are able to beat the driver’s lap time, your time will be displayed on the leaderboard.
There are a few things you can do to improve your chances of beating the pros in the Time Attack mode:
- Practice the track. The more familiar you are with the track, the faster you will be able to go.
- Use the right car. Some cars are better suited for certain tracks than others.
- Adjust the settings. You can adjust the settings of the car to improve its performance.
- Be patient. It takes time and practice to beat the pros. Put in the laps and work out how you can best achieve the best lap time, improving across the 3 sectors.
- Take advantage of slipstream. Slipstream is the effect of following another car closely, it can help you to go faster.
The Time Attack feature in F123 is a great way to improve your racing skills and challenge yourself. It is also a lot of fun to see how you stack up against the best drivers in the world.
F123 recently release V1.10 patch and released the following change list.
- Scuderia Ferrari team updated to feature Ferrari Racing Tribute Livery for a limited time
- Addition of Daniel Ricciardo to Scuderia AlphaTauri and driver market*
- Removal of Nyck De Vries from Scuderia AlphaTauri and driver market*
- Improvements to the performance of McLaren to accurately represent the F1® 2023 season
- Addition of F1® Pro Challenge event type in F1® World
- Marina Bay Street Circuit (Singapore Grand Prix) has been updated to the 2023 track layout
- Based on player feedback, corner cutting has been set to ‘Strict’ in Ranked sessions
- Fixed an issue where a post process effect was causing blurring at mid to long range distances
- Fixed an issue where sponsor boards would be blacked out at Singapore
- Fixed an issue where players were unable to connect to F1® World after joining a Ranked session
- Fixed an issue where Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation would not work with HDR enabled in Photo Mode
- Fixed an issue where, in certain conditions, pixelation could be seen around the halo in cockpit view
- Fixed an issue where AI drivers can occasionally appear as DNF and achieve a unrealistic fastest lap time despite completing the race
- Fixed an issue where force feedback levels were too low on the Logitech Pro Wheel
- Fixed an issue where the F1® logo was stretched in spectator mode
- Fixed an issue where speed line artefacts could appear when looking backwards during races in ‘Very Wet’ weather conditions
- Fixed an issue where custom setups were still allowed even if the ‘Preset Only’ option was selected in Multiplayer
- Fixed an issue where lap or sector times could be inconsistent between different screens and UDP data
- Fixed an issue where RPM lights would only light up red instead of multicoloured on Fanatec DD2 wheels
- Fixed an issue where cars could collide in certain conditions during broadcast formation lap
- Fixed an issue where all drivers of the F1® World Car would have a black race suit if Equal Performance is enabled in Grand Prix
- General Stability Improvements
- Various Minor Fixes