F1 22 Brazil Car Setup – Best Race Setup

Interlagos in Brazil is an incredibly flowing circuit. Most of the corners are long sweeping turns, and they all flow into one another. Here is the best race setup for Brazil in F1 22.

F1 22 Brazil Car Setup

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F1 22 Brazil Setup

Interlagos in Brazil is another classic circuit. It is extremely flowing with almost all corners being longer sweeping turns rather than 90-degree turns that you often see on more modern tracks.

This track layout will really test your car’s chassis, as well as your overall balance. You’ll need a car that is incredibly compliant as you turn into a corner and one that won’t step out on you as you accelerate from one turn to the other.


Brazil Car Setup video


Aerodynamics

Starting with the aero setup, I’m actually running a higher front wing aero for one of the first times in F1 22. The higher front wing compared to the rear will give us a car that is extremely willing to turn into the sweeping corners. Interlagos is a track which will punish you if you have a car with a tendency to understeer.

Go with 21 on the front wing and 17 on the rear.


Transmission

I’ve lowered the on-throttle differential down to 65 to aid acceleration out of all of the sweeping turns. You’ll be at relatively slow speeds throughout a lap of Interlagos, with the middle sector comprising of predominantly slow to medium speed corners. This transmission setup will help you get the power down.

I’ve also set the off-throttle diff to just 50 to give an extra boost to rotation at slow speed.


Suspension Geometry

The suspension geometry is the same as our Mexico setup. All the way right on the camber, and all the way left on the toe. This will help with speed down the long straights, helping make overtaking easier.

Go for -2.5 front camber, -1 rear camber, 0.05 front toe and 0.2 rear toe.


Suspension Setup

For the suspension, I’ve gone for a stiff front end. This will help with overall responsiveness ensuring that we don’t understeer on corner entry. Go for 7 on both front suspension and anti-roll bar. And then go for 2 on the rear suspension and 1 on the rear ARB.

For the ride height go for 3 and 4.


Brakes

I’ve set the brake pressure to 100% as per normal, and the brake bias to 50%.


Tyre Setup

For the tyres, I’ve increased the rear pressures a little over the front. The front right tyre in particular will generally be the first that wears during a race, so lowering the front pressures will protect it a little more.

Go for 23.8 on the front pressure and 22.0 on the rear pressures.

If your tyre setup values are different to these, try to set the closest values you can to my setup as they seem to be different across different console platforms.

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Overview

Once you nail your racing line, Interlagos is one of the most fun tracks to race around. The corners come at you fast, but it is such a flowing track, every corner is enjoyable to drive. With this setup, you should have a car that is equally quick through the winding corners and the long straights.

Let me know how you find this setup in the comments below.


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Article written by Mjolnir

Mjolnir is one of the main setup creators and content writers for SimRacingSetups. He has had years of experience in sim racing, both competitively and casually. After a decade of sim racing experience, he co-founded SimRacingSetup.com to share his passion and knowledge of sim racing and Formula 1 with other sim racers.
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