F1 22 Belgium Setups

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F1 22 Belgium Setups

Below are all of our F1 22 Belgium Setups for both dry and wet conditions. These include race and time trial setups.

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All of our F1 23 car setups can be used on PC, Xbox and PlayStation.

  • Step 1: Find an F1 car setup
  • Step 2: Start an F1 23 session
  • Step 3: Copy the setup in game while in the garage
  • Step 4: Head out on track to test the new setup

F1 22 Belgium Setups

In F1 22 Belgium is a track that is one of the most enjoyable to drive. It is the longest on the calendar and features a large number of fast corners. Spa Francorchamps is the fourth fastest track in F1 22, just behind Silverstone, Monza and the new Jeddah circuit.

The fast nature of Spa requires a low downforce car setup to ensure you’re posting the fastest lap times. Low downforce will also help you overtake and defend along the incredibly long main straight shortly after Raidillon.

Where Spa really shines is through its middle sector which is incredibly fast and flowing. The corners are wide with low kerbs allowing you to really attack the circuit. These fast corners require you to have an incredibly well balanced and stable car setup. Rear downforce is more important than your front at Spa to ensure that you really stick through the fast turns.

Prioritise top speed

Almost every corner around Spa is medium to fast, with very few turns being slow. Only the first corner and last chicanes are really considered slow corners. This means you should set up your aerodynamics in F1 22 relatively low. This will help you prioritise your top speed, allowing you to maintain a high average speed.

You also don’t need to worry about running your on-throttle differential too low to save your rear tyres. You can set up your on-throttle diff relatively high. This will help with drive through and out of the fast corners increasing your minimum corner speeds.

You can make on-throttle adjustments throughout the lap if you find you are struggling for traction out of the last chicane or the first corner. While travelling down the back straight/kinks you can lower your on-throttle diff. Then increase it after you exit the first corner on your run down to Eau Rouge.

Suspension setup

Because you’ll spend a large amount of your time riding up and over the kerbs around Spa in F1 22, you should go for a softer suspension setup. The kerbs at Spa may not be as large or dangerous as they are at other tracks, but they can still disrupt your car, especially if you have a stiffer suspension setup.

The track also has a lot of elevation change. Eau Rouge and Raidillon are classic examples of this. But there is also a lot of elevation change throughout the rest of the lap. This can also unsettle your car, so opting for a softer suspension is a good idea.

Try not to soften your anti-roll bars too much though as stiffer ARBs are better for handling the fast swooping corners. Stiff ARBs will prevent too much body roll while travelling pretty fast and cornering at the same time.

Brake and Tyre Setup

With Spa being such a fast track, your front tyres are going to suffer through the sustained corners. You should run your front tyre pressures lower than your rears to help preserve the tyre life around a full lap of Spa. The lower front tyre pressures will also help soften the front of your car allowing you to run an ever so slightly stiffer front suspension if you can get away with it.

You will want to set up with maximum brake pressure as well for Spa as you’ll be applying the brakes at some pretty high speeds. For the heavier braking zones of turns 1, 7 and 19 you can also employ a more forward brake bias. You can change your brake bias from the cockpit while racing so shifting it slightly forward for these corners is a good way of reducing your braking distance.

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