F1 2021 has been a breath of fresh air to fans so far.
With a brand new handling model, F1 2021 demands fresh setups. Trying to re-use one from the previous game is just a one-way ticket to the barrier.
Fortunately, we have put the laps in to find a stable and well-performing setup for you!
Interlagos is a sweeping rollercoaster of a track.
We've gone for 7-8 wings. This gives you the stability needed through the middle sector without hampering you down the long back straight.
This part of the setup describes how the power going through the rear wheels and into the tarmac.
We've gone with 80% on-throttle differential which will give excellent drive out onto the back straight.
55% off-throttle will give you good rotation into the corners.
This part of the setup establishes how the wheels are aligned to the body of the car.
We've gone with full right on the front camber and full left on the rear camber.
The front toe gets a click to 0.06 and rear toe is pushed all the way left.
This is the most personal part of the setup, as you can create a lot of different levels of stiffness, oversteer, and understeer which will all be useful to certain driving styles.
We create a lot of rotation with the settings here by putting suspension at 1-6 and anti-roll bars at 1-6. If you are losing the car on corner exit just stiffen up those front values.
Ride height is set to 2-7, which will help you be very competitive in the straights.
Brazil doesn't have many overtaking chances, so having good stopping power is crucial.
We've gone with 100% brake pressure as there aren't any tricky braking zones here. The 57% brake bias helps protect against rear lockups.
The tyres are a little different from last year.
We've gone for for 25.0psi on the fronts and 23.5psi for the rears. This keeps everything responsive and precise, and with tyre wear a minimal issue in F1 2021 it will be simple enough to look after them.
We are continually testing and updating our setups so be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly!