The new mechanics of the tires and temperatures and weight of the car have changed the playstyle of the new F1 game. The cars require to reach a certain temperature before they can smoothly run on the track and if they don’t reach a certain temperature then they will slip on the track. But you also have to set up your car according to the track so it can be fully adjusted on the track and you can control it better.
In this guide, we’ll tell you how to set up the car for tracks.
You’ll be able to set up your car according to your liking and tracks. You can set up your car and adjust its features by going into Custom Setup. You can adjust the Aerodynamics, Transmission, Suspension Geometry, Suspension, Brakes, and Tyres of the car according to the track.
The basic difference in Aerodynamics is that you can have High Downforce or Low Downforce. So, if you are racing around Monzo which is a high-speed track, you want low downforce. Lower the Front Wing Area and you always want to keep the Rear Wing Area a bit higher in this situation. If you are racing in Monaco which needs a lot of Downforce then you need the High Downforce and for that, you want to increase the Rear Wing Area but keep the Front Wing Area lower than the Rear Wing Area. The aerodynamics are adjusted on the basis of getting top speed or stability around the corners.
The transmission settings allow you to adjust the throttle. For the On Throttle Adjustment, keep the value low around 60 to 65 percent. A stable but fast corner exit. The Off Throttle adjustments on the other hand are rather crucial. The lower value will guarantee you a much better turn-in response. A value between 50 & 55 percent is optimal.
In the suspension Geometry, we will be adjusting the system of the tires and alignment of the tires. For the Front Camber, set the value to 2.50 degrees and for the Rear Camber, set the value to 1.00 degrees. For the Front Toe, we want to keep on the least to gain the most speed. Set the value to 0.05 degrees and for the Rear Toe, set the value to 0.20 degrees.
For the suspension, you always want to keep your car as soft as possible because you’ll be going over the curves and things like that so, you want the suspension to be soft. If you put your car’s suspension high, it will be harsh and it will bounce over the curves and things like that. For the Front Suspension, set the value to 4. For the Rear Suspension, set the value to 1. For the Front Anti Roll Bar, set the value to 4. For the Rear Anti Roll Bar, set the value to 1. For the Front Ride Height, set the value to 2. For the Rear Ride Height, set the value to 3.
For the Brakes, you want to use the full potential. So, use 100% of Brake Pressure and 50% of Front Brake Bias. The reason we want to use the full potential is that we will be applying pressure on brakes on the corners at high speed.
The tyre pressure means that the higher pressure you have means the less tire is going to be in contact with the ground which means that you want to keep it as high as possible to keep less contact with the ground giving you a better top speed but you don’t want it too high because it will reduce stability. For the Front Right and Front Left Tyre Pressure, set the value to 24.3 PSI. For the Rear Right and Rear Left Tyre Pressure, set the value to 22.8 PSI.