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The best car setup for the race in Brazil (Interlagos)

The best car setup for the race in Brazil (Interlagos)

To enter the Brazilian Grand Prix in F1 22, players will need a balanced car setup to handle the long corners and long straights.

F1 22the latest release of the Formula 1 racing game franchise, can be quite a challenging experience as players need the right car setups to tackle many classic tracks such as the Interlagos Circuit in the Brazilian Grand Prix. F1 22 is the fifteenth entry in the Formula 1 game series, which initially started in 2000. It provides players with a detailed experience as they can go into Career mode to create and manage a Formula 1 team and all its aspects . Formula 1 gaining popularity since Netflix’s release Ride to survivea series that fans of F1 22 they may want to take a look if they want a behind-the-scenes look at the world of this emblematic motorsport.

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New technical regulations have been issued for the current Formula 1 World Championship of 2022 that drastically changed the appearance and aerodynamics of the vehicles, something that F1 22 because it contains new car models and updated physics. Also represented in F1 22 is the recent arrival of Sprint Races, which essentially work as “mini races” that determine the starting grid in the main race. Finally, several new circuits have been modified to reflect their new official layouts, and a new circuit has been added with the inclusion of the F1 Miami Grand Prix.

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To be successful in F1 22, players will need to master more than just driving, as choosing the right setup for each track can be just as crucial. Each track in the game has unique characteristics that benefit certain aerodynamics, suspension and tire strategy. For example, downforce can be great in corners, but is disadvantageous on straights, because the increased air resistance that provides extra grip in corners will also slow the car in a straight line. Balancing the different parts of a vehicle to find the perfect setup for a track is therefore crucial to becoming a champion in F1 22.


F1 22: the best car setup for the race in Brazil (Interlagos)


F1 22 Brazil Sao Paulo Interlagos Grand Prix Circuit Car Setup Track

The circuit of the Brazilian Grand Prix is ​​known as the Intergalos circuit and it is a classic circuit in the Formula 1 world that requires a very balanced car. It consists of several smooth turns and it is therefore very important to have a responsive car with decent downforce that does not understeer. Stability is also key to avoiding skidding when players accelerate out of corners. That said, Interlagos has two long straights, which can severely penalize a vehicle with too much downforce, so it’s crucial to strike a good balance between cornering and straight-line speed.


While Interlagos is not particularly sensitive to rain, players should always consider this possibility as racing in wet conditions will completely change the necessary setup of the car. That is why it is important to have a backup plan and practice under these circumstances in F1 22, because they can make the race much more challenging. With all this in mind, these are the recommended optimal settings for the F1 22 Brazilian Grand Prix according to SimRacing Settings:

Best F1 22 Brazil (Interlagos) setup

  • Aero front wing: 21
  • Rear Wing Aero: 17
  • DT on accelerator: 65%
  • DT Off Throttle: 50%
  • Camber for: -2.50
  • Camber rear: -1.00
  • Front toe: 0.05
  • Back Toe: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 7
  • Rear suspension: 2
  • Front anti roll bar: 7
  • Rear stabilizer bar: 1
  • Headroom Height: 3″
  • Rear ride height: 4″
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 23.8 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 23.8 psi
  • Right rear tire pressure: 22 psi
  • Left rear tire pressure: 22 psi


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Best F1 22 Brazil (Interlagos) Setup (wet)

  • Aero front wing: 28
  • Rear Wing Aero: 44
  • DT on accelerator: 65%
  • DT Off Throttle: 50%
  • Camber for: -2.50
  • Camber rear: -1.00
  • Front toe: 0.05
  • Back toe: 0.26
  • Front suspension: 7
  • Rear suspension: 3
  • Front anti roll bar: 7
  • Rear sway bar: 4″
  • Headroom Height: 4″
  • Rear ride height: 5″
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 22.8 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 22.8 psi
  • Right rear tire pressure: 22 psi
  • Left rear tire pressure: 22 psi

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Source: formula 1 SimRacing Settings

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


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