*UPDATED* F1 22 Belgium Setup: Spa Setup, My Team, Career Mode, & Online

Maybe the best track in the game needs a good setup, here's our F1 22 Belgium setup!

Spa-Francorchamps is perhaps the most iconic and recognisable circuit in the world thanks to its epic corners and amazing setting.

This setup has been updated for patch 1.06 handling change

F1 22 Belgium setup

Modern F1 cars don't need much aerodynamic performance at Spa despite its many flowing corners.

Instead, we are going for a super-skinny setup that will let racers fly up the Kemmel straight and through Blanchimont.


We have trimmed as much wing level as possible here.

F1 22 Belgium setup aerodynamics
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We've gone with 8-5 for the wings which are very low but creates lap time.



This part of the setup is all about getting power through the rear wheels and into the asphalt.

F1 22 Belgium setup transmission
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We've gone with 60% on-throttle differential to help keep the rear in-line as you accelerate out of corners (just watch out for the final corner!).

The 53% off-throttle differential helps create rotation in the car.

Suspension geometry

The suspension geometry meta hasn't changed much from last year.

F1 22 Belgium setup suspension geometry
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That means -2.50 on the front camber and -1.00 on the rear, along with 0.05 for front toe and 0.20 for the rear toe.


Suspension is a very personal part of the setup, but this one should let you get the most from your time in the Ardennes forest.

F1 22 Belgium setup suspension
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We've gone with 5-1 on the suspension and 6-1 for the anti-roll bar.

This creates a very stable car that can live with the lack of downforce through this track.

That's thanks to the rake we create with a 7-4 ride height. This will let you stay slippy down the straights and ride the few kerbs that you should be touching in Spa.


Stopping power is always good, and very necessary for Spa.

F1 22 Belgium setup brakes
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We've gone with maximum stopping power thanks to the 100% brake pressure and 50% brake bias. If you find you are locking up too much then drop the pressure by a few points.


The 18" Pirelli tyres are tricky to get used to.

F1 22 Belgium setup tyres
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We've found success at Spa with 23.0 psi on the front tyres and 21.5 psi for the rears.

We are constantly testing and updating our setups, so bookmark this page and check back regularly!

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