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China F1 2019 Setup Guide Overview

The Chinese F1 Grand Prix was first held way back in 2004. And since then has gone on to become one of the most exciting and unpredictable grand prix on the F1 calendar. There is often a tendency for rain at the circuit making for some interesting racing, both in real world Formula 1 and in the F1 2019 game.

In our opinion the Chinese F1 circuit is always one of the funnest to drive on the calendar. It has a great mixture of high speed corners and technical sections, and there are always plenty of opportunities for wheel to wheel racing.

The F1 track in China has one of the longest straights in F1 2019 and therefor requires a car setup to accommodate an extremely high top speed. However the first and second sectors of the track have some long medium to high speed corners which require a very stable car setup. Not to mention that some of the long corners can be brutal on your tyre wear.

When you combine all of the different aspects of the track, you can see how creating the perfect car setup for China in F1 2019 can be quite tricky.


How To Best Drive The Chinese Grand Prix Circuit

Should I go for a low downforce setup because of the long straight?

We would recommend going for a low-medium downforce setup. You will want a slightly higher front wing angle to allow for turn in responsiveness, and enough rear downforce to keep stability during the long corners at the Chinese GP.

How can I manage tyre wear at China in F1 2019?

The long sweeping corners can be hard on your tyres, the fronts in particular. To manage the rear tyre wear we would recommend going with a slightly more open differential.

How do I setup my car in the wet around China?

China is a race where it is often likely to rain, which produces some great racing. When it comes to setting up your car for the rain, we would raise the ride height, lower the tyre pressures and add some more downforce.