Best Logitech Wheel Settings for F1 22 (G29, G920 & G923)

Best Logitech Wheel Settings for F1 22 (G29, G920 & G923)
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
August 3, 2022

Looking to get the most out of your Logitech G29, G920 & G922 wheel for F1 22?

In this quick guide, we’ll show you some of the best settings that you can use to improve your driving experience.

Best Logitech Wheel Settings for F1 22 (G29, G920 & G923)

So, whether you are a beginner or an experienced driver, make sure to give these Logitech FFB settings a try!

As you will see these settings have been tried and tested from top sim racers and have been proven to improve lap times and the overall level of realism from playing the game.

That’s really key when it comes to unlocking real performance and getting the most out of your driving experience in F1 2022.

GHUB Logitech settings

You need to be aware that before tuning our F1 2022 in-game settings we will actually need to set these settings accordingly from the Logitech dashboard.

GHUB Logitech settings

These are the values you’ll need to set:

  • Operating range = 900°
  • Sensitivity = 50
  • Centering spring strength = 20

Pedals sensitivity

  • Clutch = 50
  • Brake = 50
  • Accelleration = 50
  • Combined pedals = No

Once that’s covered you’ll be able to finally change the in-game settings!

How to change G29 or G920 wheel settings in F1 22?

In order for you to change the wheel FFB settings from your G29 or G920, you’ll have to go through the following steps:

  1. Go to “Settings”
  2. Select “Controls, vibration & Force feedback”
  3. Select your G29/G920 steering
  4. Click on “Edit”
  5. First change “Calibration” and then change “Vibration & Force Feedback”

How to change G29 or G920 wheel settings in F1 22?

As you can see within five steps you should be able to enter the settings menu where you can start adjusting the Logitech wheel to your preference.

Logitech calibration settings for F1 22

Listed below you can find the best Logitech calibration settings for F1 22.

Logitech calibration settings for F1 22

Dspite them all set to Zero, they’re definitely a great starting point used by most sim racers to get you up and running, but feel free to experiment and tailor them to your own driving style.

  • Steering deadzone = o
  • Steering linearity = 0
  • Steering saturation = 0
  • Throttle deadzone = 0
  • Throttle linearity = 0
  • Throttle saturation = 0
  • Brake deadzone = 0
  • Brake linearity = 0
  • Brake saturation = 0

Vibration and Force Feedback settings

Let’s now have a look at the powerful combination of vibration and force feedback that the Logitech G29, G920 and G923 deliver.

Vibration and Force Feedback settings

The settings below should in fact help you achieve maximum performance from your Logitech wheel:

  • Vibration & force feedback = On
  • Vibration & force feedback Strength = 90
  • On track effects = 35
  • Rumble strip effects = 30
  • Off track effects = 20
  • Wheel damper = 15
  • Understeer enhance = Off
  • Maximum Wheel Rotation (F1 & F2) = 360°
  • Maximum Wheel Rotation (Supercars) = 900°



So here were some of the best Logitech settings for F1 22 that you can use to improve your driving experience.

Remember that these settings work best with a good driving seat and a set of pedals that offer realistic feedback.

As always, make sure to keep practicing and test these settings yourself before entering a competitive online race.

Good luck and happy F1 racing! 🙂

Logitech Wheel Settings for F1 22 FAQs

Why Are Logitech Wheel Settings Important for F1 22?

Optimizing Logitech wheel settings for F1 22 is crucial for enhancing your driving experience. Proper settings can significantly improve lap times and the overall level of realism, which is key to unlocking real performance in the game.

What Are the Initial Logitech GHub Settings for F1 22?

Before adjusting in-game settings for F1 22, set your Logitech wheel in the GHub dashboard as follows: Operating range at 900°, Sensitivity at 50, Centering spring strength at 20, and Pedals sensitivity for Clutch, Brake, and Acceleration all at 50. Ensure ‘Combined pedals’ is set to ‘No’.

How to Adjust G29 or G920 Wheel Settings in F1 22?

To change the wheel FFB settings for your G29 or G920 in F1 22, follow these steps: Go to “Settings”, select “Controls, Vibration & Force Feedback”, choose your steering wheel model, click on “Edit”, and then adjust “Calibration” and “Vibration & Force Feedback” settings.

What Are the Best Logitech Calibration Settings for F1 22?

The recommended Logitech calibration settings for F1 22 are: Steering deadzone, linearity, and saturation all set to 0; Throttle deadzone, linearity, and saturation at 0; and Brake deadzone, linearity, and saturation also at 0. These settings are a great starting point and can be adjusted to suit your driving style.

What Vibration and Force Feedback Settings Should Be Used for Logitech Wheels in F1 22?

For optimal performance with Logitech wheels in F1 22, set Vibration & Force Feedback to ‘On’, Strength to 90, On Track Effects to 35, Rumble Strip Effects to 30, Off Track Effects to 20, Wheel Damper to 15, and Understeer Enhance to ‘Off’. Adjust Maximum Wheel Rotation based on the car type.

How Can You Enhance Your F1 22 Racing Experience with Logitech Wheels?

To enhance your F1 22 racing experience with Logitech wheels, use the recommended settings for vibration and force feedback, and ensure you have a good driving seat and realistic pedals. Practice with these settings and adjust them as needed to suit your driving style and preferences.

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Alessio Lorandi

Alessio has been involved at the highest levels in racing since the age of 5 (2003). He won a CIK-FIA World Championship in 2013 and then raced in F3, F2, and finally GT3s before now dedicating himself to SOLOX. He’s now on a mission to help thousands of sim racers around the world achieve their fullest potential through his ACC setups.






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