There is no tougher test than Marina Bay, but this F1 22 Singapore setup should make it a bit easier.
Singapore is no one's favourite race, but if you're doing a full season then you will have to make a stop at Marina Bay.
This setup has been updated for patch 1.06 handling change
F1 22 Singapore setup
The narrow and long Marina Bay Circuit creates a tricky weekend for any driver. With few overtaking points and plenty of awkward corners it is far from a favourite location among players.
As a result you need a good deal of downforce and can compromise on straight line speed.
You need a lot of downforce for Singapore, but not quite all of it.
We've gone with 49-45 wings here. This gives you the aero performance needed through the corners but gives you a bit of a boost down the straights compared to others.
This part is all about getting that 1,000 bhp under your right foot through the rear wheels and into the tarmac.
With 55% on-throttle differential you will have a very stable and predictable corner exit.
The 55% off-throttle differential gives you a lot of rotation into the corners.
The meta hasn't really changed much for F1 22.
We've gone with -2.50 on the front camber and -1.00 for the rear camber. It's 0.05 on the front toe and 0.20 for the rear toe.
This part of the setup is the most personal, but our settings give you a very stable and controllable car through the narrow turns of Singapore.
The 1-9 suspension lets weight transfer under brakes and acceleration smoothly.
Our 2-9 anti-roll bars give good rotation that doesn't snap on you.
The ride height is set to 10-10 which is massive but lets you take more liberties with the kerbs which is definitely required in Singapore!
Stopping power is absolutely crucial here.
We've gone with the maximum 100% brake pressure and 50% brake bias.
If you find you are locking up too much with this just drop the brake pressure by a few points.
The new Pirelli tyres are tough to learn, but thankfully this setup won't overheat the rubber.
We've gone with 22.5 psi on the fronts and 21.0 psi on the rears.
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