F1 22 Brazil Setups
The best F1 22 Brazil setups | Fastest race setups, time trial setups & wet weather setups
F1 22 Brazil Setups
Below are all of our F1 22 Brazil Setups for both dry and wet conditions. These include race and time trial setups.
Brazil F1 22 Setup
In F1 22 Brazil is an extremely fun circuit to race around, and it’s one of my favourite tracks in the game. Interlagos is extremely flowing with each corner leading almost directly into each other.
Around Brazil in F1 22 you will require a relatively high downforce setup. The majority of the track is made up of slow to medium speed corners. You will require enough front downforce to get your car turned into each of the slower corners. And you’ll need enough rear downforce to stop your car from stepping out of line around the longer more sweeping turns.
There are two very long straights which prevent you from running an extremely high downforce setup. Instead, you should look to lower your front aero as far as you can get away with.
Aerodynamics is a crucial part of your car setup to get right around Brazil. If you nail your aero setup, you will be on your way to a good overall car setup.
Differential and suspension geometry setup
Brazil is very unique due to each corner being incredibly long and flowing. There aren’t any traditional corners that we would find at other circuits in F1 22. Instead, each corner is long and flowing. This means there aren’t any really important traction zones. At no point will you be accelerating away from an incredibly low speed.
The lack of heavy traction zones means that you can set up your on-throttle differential relatively high. The combination of only a few heavy traction zones and the fact that Interlagos isn’t an overly tough circuit on your tyres means you don’t need to worry too much about tyre wear.
The higher on-throttle differential setup will allow your rear tyres to keep spinning together, pushing you through each corner. This setup approach will help you maintain a higher minimum corner speed.
Due to the minimal tyre wear, you can also set up your suspension geometry to be more aggressive. Running high amounts of camber would typically wear your tyres. But around Brazil, it works well. Your car will be leaning on your tyres a lot through the sweeping corners around Brazil, so high camber can help with cornering speeds.
Medium values of toe also work well around Brazil. It will lead to your car being responsive enough through the corners without compromising your straight-line speed too much.
Brazil requires a balanced car setup in F1 22
Brazil is an extremely flowing circuit. There is a strong emphasis on having a car set up to corner well, but the corners around Brazil range from slow to medium speed up to extremely fast. Then there are also a couple of very long straight sections where straight-line speed is crucial.
Having a car that is set up to handle all of these areas will result in a very balanced car setup in F1 22. You can’t afford to hone in and focus on one of these areas too much, as you will end up neglecting other sectors of the track.
But what this does do is present a variety of directions when it comes to your F1 22 car setup for Brazil. You can lean more towards a certain area of the track and this can serve you well if other cars have set up their car in a different way.
If you work in a little extra top speed than the other cars, you may be a little slower around the trickier corner sections, but you could be faster down the long straights. This could lead to good overtaking opportunities or make it hard for chasing cars to overtake you.
Alternatively, if you find a car setup that is tailored more towards achieving maximum speed through the tighter middle section of the lap. This could put you in pole position and keep you far enough away from the cars behind to give you a comfortable race.