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

Following its return to the calendar in 2018, Paul Ricard has seen some interesting races.

With its fast corners and single incredibly long straight, strategy and setup play a big part.

So, should you encounter rain in France as we wait for F1 2021, here's the setup you should use!


For our aero setup we want to maintain as much grip as possible whilst keeping drag to a minimum.

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As such, we've gone for a 5 on the front wing and 8 on the rear.

This should let you keep a high speed through the more technical sections despite the low grip conditions.


Our transmission setup this time is slightly higher for off-throttle than our other wet setups.

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For on-throttle, we have a normal setup of 50% and for off-throttle we have a value of 65%.

This should help your car's rotation through those corners.

Suspension Geometry

For suspension geometry we run a setup designed to carry speed in a straight line and keep traction.

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As such, we've got our front camber set at -2.80 and rear camber at -1.20.

This is then paired with toe of 0.06 on the front and 0.23 on the rear.


We've got the typical wet setup for the suspension to deal with the low grip levels. Our softness is set at 1 on the front and 3 on the rear.

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The anti-roll bars are on 6 for the front and 7 on the rear.

Finally, ride height is set at 6 on the front and 8 on the rear.


We've set up our brakes to have a compromise between braking performance and avoiding lockups.

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To do this, we've got a brake pressure of 88% and a front brake bias of 52%.


Despite the low grip conditions, we can still run relatively high pressures.

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As such, we've got 23.0psi on both fronts and 19.9psi for the rear tyres.

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