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Autódromo José Carlos PaceInterlagos is an extremely flowing circuit, with one corner leading into another and very little time to catch a breath. This makes it incredibly enjoyable and a hard track to master.
F1 23 Brazil Setups Video
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F1 23 Brazil Setup Guide
Brazil is one of the shorter tracks in F1 23, however, its slower average speed and high number of corners make it a tricky track to master. Most of the corners around Interlagos are slow to medium-speed flowing corners which require your car to remain stable on both corner entry and exit.
Understeer can be a big problem around Interlagos in F1 23, and can cause you to lose a lot of lap time. For this reason, you should look to create a very responsive car setup to ensure you get the most pace out of your car.
Interlagos requires a relatively high aerodynamic setup due to the slower nature of the track in F1 23. Most corners are slow to medium speed, and require a very willing front end to be able to turn into each corner well.
Responsiveness at the front of the car is a big impact when creating a car setup for Brazil in F1 23. But so is creating a rear end that sticks through the longer corners.
While many of the corners around Brazil are slow, you can get away with running a medium to high on-throttle differential setup. This is because there aren’t too many high traction zones.
Most of the corners are gradual curves and sweeping bends. This means you will rarely be accelerating hard from slow speed. Instead, you’ll be gradually applying the throttle as you progress through each turn.
Your suspension geometry is important around a track with as many corners as Interlagos. You will want to tune your toe and camber setup to allow your car to be responsive on initial turn in. And with only a few medium-length straights, you can run higher angles of toe due to the limited impact that drag has around Interlagos.
You will find yourself riding up and over kerbs a lot around Brazil in F1 23. The kerbs aren’t too aggressive, however, with you driving over them at almost every corner, you’ll need to ensure your suspension is setup to be soft enough.
The braking zones around the Brazilian track are generally short and sharp. You wont want too much front brake bias as it is easy to lock a wheel while braking from slower speeds.
Tyre wear is a concern around Interlagos due to the sustained cornering. You’ll be constantly placing your front two tyres under load during each of the sweeping turns.
The good news is that because most of the corners are relatively slow, you won’t be stressing the tyres too much. This allows us to run a relatively normal tyre pressures setup.
Brazil F1 23 setup overview
Interlagos is a track which is incredibly flowing and fun once you master it. It shares many characteristics to Suzuka in Japan with its longer sweeping corner styles. Creating a stable yet responsive car setup is very important to master this F1 23 track.