Mexico Setup F1 22

Mexico Setup F1 22: Full race setup, Fastest qualifying setup, Best Time Trial setup

Welcome to our F1 22 Mexico Setup (dry) page!

The Mexico Grand Prix is one of the most anticipated races on the Formula 1 circuit each year. This year, drivers and fans alike are eagerly awaiting the start of this exciting race, which takes place in Mexico City. The track itself is set up to challenge drivers with a combination of twisty turns and fast straights, providing the perfect mix of skill and speed. But what makes this particular race stand out from others is not just its challenging course, but also Mexico’s unique racing culture. Many fans travel from all over Mexico to watch the Grand Prix live each year, decked out in colorful Mexican-themed gear and ready to cheer on their favorite drivers. 

The Mexico grand prix track is a relatively unique circuit that takes drivers all around the historic city of Mexico City. The track itself comprises a long straight section which allows cars to reach extremely high speeds, followed by various tight turns which require precise and technical driving skills. Additionally, the layout features some tricky chicanes as well as two long hairpin bends that are sure to challenge even the most experienced drivers. Overall, the Mexico grand prix track is a challenging but rewarding course that requires skill, concentration, and finesse in equal measure. Whether you’re an avid motorsports fan or simply enjoy watching exciting races, this track is sure to deliver an exhilarating experience for all who visit it.

Following these tips should help you get your car setup just right for a fast lap around the Mexican Grand Prix Circuit.

For our setup, we have gone with a lower downforce-based setup on the car, with higher differential settings for good stability. Happy racing!

For F1 2021 setups click here!

Mexico Time Trial Setup
The fastest one lap F1 22 Mexico setup can be found here! No compromises, just your fastest way around the street circuit. Recommended for Time Trial on F1 2022.

Mexico Race Setup

Singapore is a unique track and as such, requires a unique car setup. The Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is famous for its twists and turns, making it essential to have a car that can handle the tight corners. In addition, Singapore is a hot and humid country, meaning that tires can overheat quickly. As a result, it is important to choose the right tire compound and to have good tire management. With these considerations in mind, here is the fastest f1-22 car setup for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit:

The Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is a street circuit that consists of 23 turns. The circuit is 3.146 miles long and has a lap record of 1:48.574, set by Lewis Hamilton in 2017.

The best way to set up your car for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit is to use a soft compound tire. This will help to improve grip while driving and will also prevent tires from overheating. In addition, it is important to have good tire management during the race. This means not pushing your tires too hard and making sure to pit for fresh tires when necessary. With these tips in mind, you should be able to set up your car for the Singapore Grand Prix Circuit and drive your way to victory!

See our full F1 22 Singapore  setup below, with Time trial setup lower down the page and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Mexico Aerodynamics Setup

Front Wing Aero – 16

Rear Wing Aero – 17

Best aero settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

For Mexico, we are going with a relatively low aero setup. We recommend 16-17 wing angles for this part of the race setup with the new aero settings. Mexico has some tight corners but most of the time is made in higher-speed corners, so using the lower aero settings will benefit overall.

Best transmission settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Transmission Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 75%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 55%

Transmission is a critical area of the setup for traction, affecting acceleration, grip, rotation, tyre wear, and drivability. Increasing the On Throttle Differential will make the car more stable on acceleration, however, will increase tyre wear. For the Mexico setup, we need to use 75%/55%. As you will be accelerating through most corners here, the higher on-throttle will help keep the car stable. For chicane at the end of the lap, lift off the throttle completely until the car has rotated.  

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Mexico setup.

Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 7

Rear Suspension – 1

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 7

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 6

Rear Ride Height – 7

Suspension adjustments impact responsiveness and stability through corners. This is probably the most personal area of the Mexico setup, so if you are struggling with rotation then the anti-roll bars are where you should start. Ride height plays a much more important role in F1 22 than previous F1 games, so the keep the rear high to avoid the diffuser bottoming out at high speed. Floor damage can ruin performance, so a higher-than-usual ride height here should help protect those delicate aerodynamic surfaces over the higher kerbs. Here we have gone for a relatively firm front to increase front responsiveness and a soft rear for grip in the longer corners. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure – 100%

Front Brake Bias – 50%

For players on controller, brake pressure setups can have minimal impact. If you use ABS, maintain 100% brake pressure. Otherwise, see above.

Best tyres settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Mexico Tyres Setup

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 23.2 psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 22.5 psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 22.5 psi

Tyre pressures can have a huge impact on wear and traction. Typically high rear pressures and lower front pressures are the way to go, however decreasing all pressures here will result in faster lap times. For Mexico’s mixed corners, we have gone with low pressures on the front, and higher at the rear. This will maximise the contact area of the tyre, giving the best low-speed grip possible. 

Mexico Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Mexico Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Mexico Time Trial Setup

This is the fastest dry Mexico Setup for F1 22! This setup is not recommended for anything longer than a 5-lap race, as you will experience some high rates of tyre wear through the stint. We use this to top the time trial leaderboards and show off to our mates 😀

We will update this through the year as we find faster and faster options, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back in the future!

Aero Setup

Front Wing Setting – 20

Rear Wing Setting – 11

For this area of the Mexico setup, 20-11 wing angles have proved the quickest. This gives the car good balance, but you will really need to nail the most optimal line to make it around quickly. 

Fastest aero settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Transmission Setup

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 50%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 50%

For the Mexico setup transmission adjustments, 50%/50% is best. This means the car will rotate faster, balancing with the low area settings to allow you to move quickly through slower-speed corners. If you are spinning out, the first thing you should do is increase these settings. 

Suspension Geometry Setup

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Fastest suspension settings for the f1 22 Mexico setup dry.

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor F1 2021, most circuits suit the same setup! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for the best Singapore setup. This section really can’t be improved in F1 22. 

Mexico Suspension Setup

Front Suspension – 7

Rear Suspension – 5

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 7

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 3

Front Ride Height – 3

Rear Ride Height – 5

For the absolute fastest Mexico setup, we have went with a balanced approach. This setup will have a harder impact on your tyres than the race setup, so stick to 5-lap races or time trial with this. 

Brakes Setup

Brake Pressure: 100%

Front Brake Balance: 50%

For the quickest Mexico setup, you’ll want to push both of these settings to the max. We also recommend using ABS, this rarely has any effect on lap times in F1 22. 

Tyre Pressure

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 25.0psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 25.0psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 23.0psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 23.0psi

An extreme setup here for maximum speed. Very fast, but very hot! Don’t expect your tyres to last longer than a few laps with these settings. 

Netherlands Setup F1 22

F1 22 Netherlands Setup: Full race setup, qualifying setup, drivability setup

Netherlands Setup: The Netherlands Grand Prix is a major motor racing event held every year at the Zandvoort Circuit in Netherlands. This popular race draws competitors and spectators from all over the world and has been regarded as one of the most challenging tracks in the entire racing circuit. With its combination of high-speed straights and tight, technical turns, the Netherlands Circuit requires drivers to have full control and precision in order to achieve fast times. In addition, this race is also known for its unpredictable weather conditions, which can greatly affect driving speeds and safety on the track. Despite these challenges, however, the Netherlands Grand Prix remains one of the most exciting races of the season and an event that is eagerly anticipated each year by fans around the world.

Hot Lap Setup
The fastest one lap setup can be found here! No compromises, just your fastest way around the Dutch circuit. Recommended for Time Trial.

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Race Setup

‘Really quick’, ‘pretty insane’, ‘crazy’ and ‘old-school’ were words used by the current crop of F1 drivers when asked to describe the Zandvoort track that many of them tackled in their junior category days. We’d also add ‘undulating’ to that list. The Zandvoort track swoops and flows through the sand dunes, creating a rollercoaster-like feel to the lap. And while the circuit was modernised in time for F1’s most recent return – including increasing the banking angle at the famous Tarzan corner to an Indianapolis Motor Speedway-trumping 18 degrees – Zandvoort remains a proper, challenging drivers’ track.

See our race setup below, with hotlap setup to come and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Race Setup

‘Really quick’, ‘pretty insane’, ‘crazy’ and ‘old-school’ were words used by the current crop of F1 drivers when asked to describe the Zandvoort track that many of them tackled in their junior category days. We’d also add ‘undulating’ to that list. The Zandvoort track swoops and flows through the sand dunes, creating a rollercoaster-like feel to the lap. And while the circuit was modernised in time for F1’s most recent return – including increasing the banking angle at the famous Tarzan corner to an Indianapolis Motor Speedway-trumping 18 degrees – Zandvoort remains a proper, challenging drivers’ track.

See our race setup below, with hotlap setup to come and refinements to follow. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in the future for improvements!

Aerodynamics

Front Wing Aero – 38

Rear Wing Aero – 33

With the new aero settings, we are recommending 33-38 wing angles here. A high wing angle here allows you to carry more speed through the corners, and with it’s long banked corners, carrying speed through onto the straights is crucial for a fast lap here. 

Transmission

Differential Adjustment On Throttle – 65%

Differential Adjustment Off Throttle – 60%

Transmission is a critical area of the setup for traction, affecting acceleration, grip, rotation, tyre wear, and drivability. Increasing the On Throttle Differential will make the car more stable on acceleration, however, will increase tyre wear. Here at Zandvoort we will use 65%/60%. This will aid rotation in lower speed corners and also allow rotation while accelerating, as both are necessary at this circuit. Increasing rear diff will improve straight-line acceleration and stability on corner exits, however, will come with a slight cost on wear.

Suspension Geometry

Front Camber – -2.50°

Rear Camber – -1.00°

Front Toe – 0.05°

Rear Camber – 0.20°

Geometry adjustments mainly impact grip and tire wear, however on F1 22, like its predecessor, most circuits suit the same settings! Stick with high front values, and low rear values in this section for best results.

Suspension

Front Suspension – 1

Rear Suspension – 11

Front Anti-Roll Bar – 10

Rear Anti-Roll Bar – 1

Front Ride Height – 6

Rear Ride Height – 3

Suspension adjustments impact responsiveness and stability through corners. This is probably the most important area of the setup, so if you are struggling with rotation then the anti-roll bars are where you should start. Ride height plays a much more important role this year, so the keep the rear high to avoid the diffuser bottoming out at high speed. Floor damage can ruin performance, so a higher than usual ride height here should help protect those delicate aerodynamic surfaces.

Brakes

Brake Pressure – 95%

Front Brake Bias – 50%

For players on controller, brake pressure adjustments can have minimal impact. If you use ABS, maintain 100% brake pressure. Otherwise, see above.

Tyres

Front Right Tyre Pressure – 23.7 psi

Front Left Tyre Pressure – 23.7 psi

Rear Right Tyre Pressure – 22.0 psi

Rear Left Tyre Pressure – 22.0 psi

Tyre pressures can have a huge impact on wear and traction. Typically high rear pressures and lower front pressures are the way to go, however increasing all pressures here will result in faster lap times. You will pay in front wear, but if you are finding this not to be an issue then increase upto 24.5psi.

Hotlap Setup

We are still working on the fastest setup for the hotlap! Unfortunately writers at F1setups.com do this for free, so full time jobs keep us away from developing faster and faster setups for the game as quickly as we would like… But rest assured you will find this updated in a few days, and then again and again each time one of us goes faster!

Hotlap Setup

We are still working on the fastest setup for the hotlap! Unfortunately writers at F1setups.com do this for free, so full time jobs keep us away from developing faster and faster setups for the game as quickly as we would like… But rest assured you will find this updated in a few days, and then again and again each time one of us goes faster!

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