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The best car setup for the Singapore (Marina Bay) race

The best car setup for the Singapore (Marina Bay) race

Players trying to tackle the Singapore Grand Prix in F1 22 will need to set up their cars with plenty of downforce to handle the challenging twisty corners.

F1 22 brings the latest iteration of the racing video game franchise to the next generation of consoles and PCs as it challenges players with difficult tracks, such as the Marina Bay track at the Singapore Grand Prix. F1 22 is the fifteenth entry in the Formula 1 game series, offering players a host of new additions and a visually stunning experience. This motorsport has become extremely popular in recent years, probably due to the success of the Netflix series, Ride to survivewhich focuses on the ins and outs of the paddock.

To reflect the technical regulations of the new Formula 1 World Championship, which have drastically affected the appearance of a Formula 1 car, F1 22 features brand new map models with updated physics, completely changing the inner workings of car setups. Also added in F1 22 are sprint races, which act as a “mini race” that takes place after qualifying and determines the starting grid in the main race. Last but not least, several circuits have been modified to reflect their new layouts, and a new one has been added, the F1 Miami Grand Prix.

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become champion in F1 22, having the right car set-up is more important than the driving itself. Each track on the calendar presents unique challenges that must be overcome by customizing the car accordingly. For example, high downforce is excellent for circuits with lots of twisty corners, but too much of it can be detrimental on long straights, as the extra air resistance will slow the car. Balancing a vehicle for each Grand Prix is ​​therefore critical to success in F1 22 and something players must master to become world champions.


F1 22: The best car setup for the Singapore (Marina Bay) race


F1 22 Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Circuit Car Setup Track

The Singapore Grand Prix circuit is known as the Marina Bay circuit and it is one of the most challenging races in F1 22. Having a high downforce is crucial as most of the track consists of several twisty turns which benefit from a stable vehicle with good grip at low speed. Keeping the suspension high is also very helpful as players are expected to hit a lot of curbs while trying to maximize their grip, which in turn makes tire management extremely important. The best overtaking opportunity on this track is on the long straight with DRS and overtaking mode engaged.

As with any other race, weather conditions are one of the most crucial components to consider when setting up a car. Fortunately, it is extremely unlikely that players will have to race in wet conditions in the Singapore Grand Prix, as the track is known for its hot temperatures. That said, a F1 22 racing team must be prepared for any circumstance, so taking that and the track characteristics into account, these are the recommended setups for the Marina Bay track:


Best lineup of F1 22 Singapore (Marina Bay)

  • Aero front wing: 50
  • Aero rear wing: 50
  • DT on accelerator: 50%
  • DT off throttle: 52%
  • Camber for: -2.50
  • Rear camber: -2.00
  • front toe: 0.05
  • behind toe: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 8
  • rear suspension: 1
  • Anti roll bar for: 8
  • Rear stabilizer bar: 1
  • Height of drive-in: 4
  • Ride height rear: 5
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Tire pressure rear right: 23 psi
  • Tire pressure rear left: 23 psi
  • Tire strategy (25% race): medium-soft
  • Pit window (25% race): 8-9 round
  • Fuel (25% race): +2.2 laps

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Best F1 22 Singapore (Marina Bay) setup (wet)

  • Aero front wing: 50
  • Aero rear wing: 50
  • DT on accelerator: 70%
  • DT off throttle: 52%
  • Camber for: -2.50
  • Rear camber: -2.00
  • front toe: 0.05
  • behind toe: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 5
  • rear suspension: 6
  • Anti roll bar for: 5
  • Rear stabilizer bar: 11
  • Height of drive-in: 3
  • Ride height rear: 6
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front Brake Bias: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Tire pressure rear right: 23 psi
  • Tire pressure rear left: 23 psi
  • Tire strategy (25% race): medium-soft
  • Pit window (25% race): 8-9 round
  • Fuel (25% race): +2.2 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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