F1 22 Italy Setup: Monza setup, My Team, Career Mode, & Online

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The Tifosi await, but if you want to celebrate on the podium you will need this F1 22 Italy setup.

Monza is a truly iconic track and a favourite of multiplayer races, which is why you need this setup.

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This setup has been updated for patch 1.06 handling change

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F1 22 Italy setup

Monza is a series of long straights broken up by a few corners. That doesn't quite translate the majesty of the setting, but for the sake of setups it will do!

There are four places you will hit 200+ mph around Monza, making it the fastest circuit in Formula 1. As such this setup is all about straight line speed!

Aerodynamics

When we say trim the wing, we mean it!

F1 22 Italy setup aerodynamics
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We've gone with a 0-0 setup here. This makes you rapid down the straights.

It can make corners tricky, espcially Parabolica when your tyres are worn. If you find it's too hard to control the rear then move the wings to 0-3.

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Transmission

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

F1 22 Italy setup transmission

The 55% on-throttle differential keeps the rear in-line when you get on the power.

The 51% off-throttle differential gives you some extra rotation on turn-in.

Suspension geometry

The meta hasn't changed too much for this part of the setup.

F1 22 Italy setup suspension geometry

We've gone with -2.50 for front camber and -1.00 for rear camber. Then 0.05 for front toe and 0.20 for rear toe.

Suspension

The suspension settings are quite personal, but this will create a very stable car.

F1 22 Italy setup suspension
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The 2-9 suspension and 1-1 anti-roll bars make the car rotate well but remains controllable on the rear.

The 7-5 ride height seems bizarre but it lets you get your front tyres up on the kerbs through the chicanes and gives you some tremendous speed.

Brakes

Stopping power is absolutely crucial at Monza.

F1 22 Italy setup brakes

The 100% brake pressure and 50% brake bias provides maximum stopping power for those big overtaking moves into the chicanes.

If you find you are locking up too much then drop the brake pressure by a few points.

Tyres

The new Pirelli tyres are tricky to figure out.

F1 22 Italy setup tyres

We have found success with 22.8 psi on the front tyres and 21.3 psi on the rears at Monza.

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