F1 2020 Brazil Grand Prix Setup: Aerodynamics, Transmission & more!

The Brazilian Grand Prix in Interlagos is one of the most iconic circuits on the calendar.

Home to some of Formula One's greatest moments, it merits an awesome setup to go with it.

Let's take a look at the setup you should be using to win races here, right now!


As a track that requires a very balanced car, you'll want to make sure that you replicate this in your setup.

Brazil Aero
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We've gone with a front wing value of 3 and a rear wing of 4.

This should keep your top speed high enough for that sweeping final straight, and maintain enough downforce to be competitive in the corners.


Due to the aero setup, we may need a bit more help in the middle and final sector of the lap.

Brazil Trans
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To do this, set your on-throttle diff at 50% and your off-throttle value to 55%.

This should help the car rotate more easily on some of the tighter corners on the circuit.

Suspension Geometry

We've gone with the normal balance for our suspension geometry to ensure a balanced car throughout the lap.

Brazil Sus Geo
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This means we've gone with values of -2.80 on the front and -1.10 on the rear.

We've coupled with with a toe of 0.07 on the front and 0.20 on the rear.


Once again, we have to ensure a balanced suspension setup, but we can run slightly low.

Brazil Sus
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Go with 2 on the front and 4 on the rear for firmness, coupled with anti-roll bars of 4 on the front and 9 on the rear.

Finally, set your front ride height to 3 and your rear ride height to 4.


Once again, we have a very common brake setup to use for Brazil.

Brazil Brakes
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We've gone with 95% brake pressure and 50% brake bias.

This ensure as few lockups as possible whilst not sacrificing any stopping ability.


The front right takes a bit of a beating here, so set its pressure to 21.4psi and front left to 21.8psi.

Brazil Tyres
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For the rears, we went with 19.9psi on both sides. This setup should help keeps temps and wear as low as possible for maximum race pace.

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