The track is brand new to the Formula 1 game, which means this F1 22 Miami setup is going to be crucial for everyone!
The twisting circuit puts sweeping curves, long flatout blasts, and a tight, technical section into a tricky little package.
Here's how you can conquer it.
This setup has been updated for patch 1.06 handling change
F1 22 Miami setup
The Miami circuit is not for the faint of heart.
It's got some huge flatout sections but also requires a very stable rear-end to power out of slow corners and cling on through some fast sweeps.
With two massive straights to worry about, top speed is a must in Miami.
We've gone with 20-19 wings which will keep you very competitive into the major overtaking places.
This part of the setup dictates how power is transferred into the rear wheels.
The 60% on-throttle differential provides good stability in the rear end when exiting corners and getting the power down.
The 50% off-throttle differential gives more rotation when turning in.
Suspension geometry hasn't changed much in F1 22.
We've gone with -2.50 front camber and -1.00 rear camber, along with 0.05 front toe and 0.20 rear toe.
This is one of the most personal parts of the setup, as your driving style will dictate how you get on with the softness or stiffness of the car.
We've gone with 7-1 on the suspension and 7-1 on the anti-roll bars.
This lets the car transfer weight more freely front to back, but keeps the rear in line through those long corners.
Ride height is set to 8-6 to give some extra rear downforce. It also means we can ride those big kerbs in the tight section and carry more speed.
There are a few big stops around a lap of Miami, and thankfully we've got the power to handle it.
You are able to use maximum options in F1 22, so 100% brake pressure and 50% brake bias is the optimum setting.
This provides maximum stopping power. If you are finding yourself locking up too regularly then drop the brake pressure a touch.
Pirelli's new 18" tyres provide a bit of a challenge for everyone in F1 22.
We've found some joy with 23.3 psi on the front tyres and 21.5 psi on the rears. It gives a good balance between grip and wear.
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