F1 22 Imola Setups

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F1 22 Imola Setups

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

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Imola F1 22 Setups

Imola is providing some great action since its return to the Formula 1 calendar. Our F1 22 Imola setups above will ensure this track is as fun to drive as it can be.

This Italian Grand Prix is officially named the Emilia Romagna GP to avoid confusion with the Italian GP at Monza. It provides a completely different challenge compared to Monza. While Monza features a selection of extremely fast straights followed by slow chicanes, Imola features a much more technical circuit.

There is a wide range of corners including fast turns and much slower and more technical corners. This means your F1 22 Imola setup has to be perfectly balanced to get the most from this circuit.

Aerodynamic setup

If you lean too heavily into a high or low downforce car setup you will be punished in other parts of the track. I would recommend setting up your aero to be balanced at the front and a little higher at the rear of the car.

This route doesn’t negatively affect your speed down the long straight or through the slower corners too much. The higher amounts of rear downforce generated from your medium to high rear aero will give your car extra stability through the faster corners around Imola.

Keeping your front aero reasonably balanced will avoid too much understeer on corner entry. You will need strong turn-in ability around Imola to hit every apex, so don’t run your front aero too skinny.

Suspension setup

Imola is a track that is hard on your car. There are a lot of kerbs and you will be placing your car over most of them to maximise your performance. A lot of these kerbs are pretty high and taken at high speed.

To avoid your car becoming too unsettled you should run a soft suspension setup. This will help your suspension soak up the bumps and vibrations caused by the kerbs.

There is also a lot of undulation around Imola with turns 11, 12 and 13 being especially tricky. Having a softer car suspension will avoid your car from losing balance through these fast bumps and dips.

As with most car setups in F1 22, you can keep your anti-roll bars set up stiffer than your suspension. Stiffer anti-roll bars will help your car stay stable as you lean through fast corners. This can improve responsiveness and mid-corner speed.

Differential setup

Imola features a range of corners, from fast through to very slow. But most corners fall into the medium speed category. This style of corner doesn’t require overly low on-throttle differential as you won’t be accelerating from extremely low speeds.

Instead, look to keep your on-throttle diff reasonably balanced, and you can even push it towards the high side if you’re feeling confident. You can control your on-throttle diff mid-race, so feel free to lower it as your tyres wear and when you approach the slow turn 14, 15 chicane.

Suspension geometry setup

Imola isn’t too harsh or too easy on your tyre wear. The degradation is reasonably balanced compared to other tracks in F1 22.

You can look to increase your suspension geometry such as your camber slightly above average. Don’t go fully towards maximum camber as this will start to cause excess tyre wear. But you can set your camber up on the higher side of middle.

You can do the same for your toe. Extra toe will help your car remain nimble through the fast corners. But too much will cause excess drag meaning slower top speeds and more tyre wear.