F1 22 has been released and for the fans of the motorsport and the game, “it’s light out and away we go”. The game offers a variety of game modes along with the career mode and the solo Grand Prix. Custom Settings enabled can include free practices and qualifying in Solo Grand Prix, they are already there in the Career Mode. While free practice is the best way to go forward for qualifying and the race, players can simulate it due to lack of time. You will still earn resource points and development boosts. Here’s how to simulate Practice in F1 22.
How to Use Quick Practice to Simulate Session in F1 22
While free practice is a necessary session, lack of time might force players to skip it. The use of the Quick Practice option can help Simulate the session. If you have time, a free practice session will set you up brilliantly for the qualifying and race to follow on that circuit.
Practice sessions may or may not be enabled, it depends on your Weekend Structure. They can even last for 30 or 60 minutes depending on the same. The latter will give you the same feel as a proper F1 free practice. Almost each Grand Prix has three practice sessions and one qualifying while a few have two practice sessions and the Sprint.
Here’s all you need to do to Simulate Practice:
- Go to the Laptop in your career mode.
- As you choose the next session, select the practice session you have to sim.
- In the next window, you will get the option to choose how to play practice session.
- Once you select the Go to Quick Practice, you will be able to simulate it.
That’s all you need on how to simulate practice in F1 22. While you are here, make sure you check out how to change race length, how to turn on Adaptive AI, and other guides, tips, and tricks with Gamer Tweak.