Baku is one hell of a street circuit with some awesome, and fast, sectors.
However, as with most street circuits, the possibility of rain is always a terrifying one.
So, should you end up with a wet race in Azerbaijan, here is the setup you should be using!
For wet weather conditions, we often have to run a higher aero setup to prepare for the low levels of grip.
As such, we've gone with front wing of 2 and a rear wing of 7.
Should you struggle somewhat with this setup, you can increase your wings to 5 on the front and 8 on the rear.
Once again, we have a rather standard transmission setup for racing in the wet.
As such, we have our on-throttle diff set at 50% and our off-throttle diff set at 55%.
This should help maintain the car's driveability throughout the lap, and the car's rotation in the sharper corners.
Baku is a tight street circuit with a number of incredibly fast straights.
As such, we've got an aggressive camber setup of -2.70 on the front and -1.20 on the rear.
This paired with a toe setup of 0.06 on the front and 0.20 on the rear. This should keep your speed in a straight line.
We once again have a focus on a soft setup with a higher than normal ride height. We've gone for 1 on the front and 3 on the rear for softness.
Next we have anti-roll bars of 4 on the front and 7 on the rear.
Finally, our ride height is set at 7 on the front and 9 on the rear.
We've gone for a standard wet brake setup, although with a slightly different front brake bias.
Our brakes pressure is set at 88% with a front brake bias of 51%.
Our tyre pressures are set relatively normal on the front and lower on the rear.
For the front, we've got 22.6psi on the front right and 23.0psi on the front left.
Finally, we have our rear pressures set at 19.5psi for both sides.
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