How to Turn Off Assist in F1 22

Tighten your seat belt and start your engine to get the trophy from Codemasters. The F1 series welcomed its fifteenth entry of F1 22 with its brand new stunning cars and teams. Whether you’re a pro player or a newcomer to this racing world, please take your seat and meet your ten teams to defeat them using your racing skills.

In this sports game, explore the new season with the new Miami International Autodrome. Due to new regulations implemented exclusively for the Formula One World Championship 2022, the cars have been completely revamped. And now, they feature new models and reworked physics.

Now, F1 22 has different assists to help new players, who haven’t played any of these realistic racing simulations in the past. In fact, I would say, that if you want to just enjoy the game, then go ahead and use Assist.

But sometimes, assists nudge your car without your knowledge. So, in that case, you can turn off your assists, but the question is how to do it, right? Following this article, you can find the answer to how to turn off Assist in F1 22.

How to Turn Off Assist in F1 22

In F1 22, you can turn off various Assists such as Steering Assist, Braking Assist, Pit and Pit release, ERS, DRS, Anti-Lock Brakes, Traction Control, Driving Proficiency, Racing Line, and Gearbox Settings by following the below steps.

  1. At first, head over to the Main Menu, where you can find Settings.
  2. Click the Settings button, which will lead the way to the “Assists” option.
  3. It’s the place you can turn on or off your Assists as per your wish.

How to turn off Steering Assist in F1 22

You can also adjust your Assists before the event or while racing toward the championship. All you need to do is, click the pause, which will take you to the Pause Menu, and follow the steps mentioned earlier.

If you’re new to F1 22, assists will help you to habituate to the vehicles and different tracks. If you’re a pro player, then some Assists might prove themselves to be a headache.

For example, Steering and Braking Assist provide artificial control to your car. As a result, you may feel that the car is sticking too much to a particular track, so turning off them will give you better control.

For Pit and Pit Release Assist, they will play spontaneously. If those Assists are off, you can utilize the new pit stop mechanism to level up. Finally, you can use immersion all by yourself when disabling ERS and DRS Assist.


If you think this guide has helped, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you are facing problems with the game, try checking out our other guides on F1 22. Who knows, you might end up finding a fix.


That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on July 2, 2022

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