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The best car setup for France (Paul Ricard) Race

The best car setup for France (Paul Ricard) Race

The French Grand Prix in F1 22 will benefit from a balanced car setup that can handle slow corners without losing too much speed on the straight.

F1 22 offers players the opportunity to play as their favorite driver in the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship, while tackling the world’s most challenging circuits, such as the Paul Ricard circuit in the French Grand Prix. As the fifteenth entry in the decades-old racing game series, F1 22 offers players a new next-gen experience with spectacularly realistic visuals. With the release of F1 22Fans new and old alike now have the chance to play as their favorite driver in the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship and can even create their own driver in the game’s immersive Career Mode.

The arrival of F1 22 features brand new map models and updated physics to reflect the regulatory odds set for the 2022 World Championship, which completely changed the look of the vehicles. Also added to the game are fan favorite sprint races, which take place after qualifying a few select races per season and determining the starting position during the main race in F1 22. Finally, the game also includes several new layouts for classic tracks and a brand new track, introducing the F1 Miami Grand Prix.

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F1 22 can be an incredibly immersive experience that severely tests a player’s skills as a driver. However, setting up a car for a race is just as important as it can seriously affect a vehicle’s performance due to the unique characteristics of each track. For example, high downforce is great for increasing traction in slow corners, but can be detrimental on long straights because the increased drag slows the car. Analyzing a circuit and finding the right balance for the car is therefore crucial to become champion in F1 22.

F1 22: The best car setup for France’s race (Paul Ricard)


F1 22 France Grand Prix Paul Ricard Circuit Car Setup Track


Known as the Paul Ricard circuit, the circuit of the French Grand Prix requires a bit of compromise to set up properly as it consists of slow and technical sections and very long straights. It’s important to control downforce on this track, as the drag reduction system (DRS) is extremely powerful on the back straight, providing great overtaking opportunities in Turn 8. This track is very flat and has no bumps and curbs meaning players are free to opt for a medium to stiff suspension to increase responsiveness.

The last but most crucial part of setting up a car is the weather conditions, as rain can quickly change the tide of most races. For this reason, it is always a good idea to keep a wet setup in mind and practice riding in these conditions in F1 22. With all this in mind, these are the recommended setups for the Paul Ricard circuit:

Best F1 22 France (Paul Ricard) Setup

  • Aero front wing: 14
  • Aero rear wing: 20
  • DT on accelerator: 80%
  • DT off throttle: 55%
  • Camber for: -2.60
  • Rear camber: -1.30
  • front toe: 0.05
  • behind toe: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 8
  • rear suspension: 3
  • Anti roll bar for: 8
  • Rear stabilizer bar: 3
  • Height of drive-in: 3
  • Ride height rear: 4
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 24.8 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 24.8 psi
  • Tire pressure rear right: 22.5 psi
  • Tire pressure rear left: 22.5 psi
  • Tire strategy (25% race): Soft-Medium
  • Pit window (25% race): 4-6 round
  • Fuel (25% race): +1.5 laps

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Best F1 22 France (Paul Ricard) Setup (wet)

  • Aero front wing: 40
  • Aero rear wing: 50
  • DT on accelerator: 50%
  • DT off throttle: 60%
  • Camber for: -2.70
  • Rear camber: -1.80
  • front toe: 0.10
  • behind toe: 0.26
  • Front suspension: 10
  • rear suspension: 1
  • Anti roll bar for: 10
  • Rear stabilizer bar: 1
  • Height of drive-in: 3
  • Ride height rear: 3
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 23.2 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 23.2 psi
  • Tire pressure rear right: 21.2 psi
  • Tire pressure rear left: 21.2 psi
  • Tire strategy (25% race): Soft-Medium
  • Pit window (25% race): 4-6 round
  • Fuel (25% race): +1.5 laps

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F1 22 is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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