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F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup F1 22 guide, tips

The following guide page to F1 22 contains a sample recommended setup for the Bahrain International Circuit. We have developed a complete setup for Bahrain that will allow you to drive your cars confidently and quickly.

Last update: Tuesday, July 12, 2022

In F1 22, you can modify setups of the cars to get better results. On this page of the guide, you will find the recommended setup for the Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain. We have divided the exemplary setups into 6 tabs with different categories of modifications.

Setup for Bahrain - Aerodynamics

1 - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Front wing aerodynamics: 10
  2. Rear wing aerodynamics: 20

Setup for Bahrain - Transmission

2 - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Differential adjustment (gas pedal pressed): 90%
  2. Differential adjustment (without pressing gas pedal): 55%

Setup for Bahrain - Suspension Geometry

3 - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Front wheel camber: -2.50
  2. Rear wheel camber: -1.00
  3. Front toe-in: 0.05
  4. Rear toe-in: 0.29

Setup for Bahrain - Suspension

4 - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Front suspension: 6
  2. Rear suspension: 7
  3. Front anti-roll bar: 6
  4. Rear anti-roll bar: 7
  5. Suspension height - front: 3
  6. Suspension height - rear: 3

Setup for Bahrain - Brakes

5 - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Brake pressure: 95%
  2. Brake balance - front: 50%

Setup for Australia - Tires

The above setup for Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain is just an example - F1 22: Bahrain - recommended setup - Configurations - F1 22 Guide
  1. Right front tire pressure: 23.5psi
  2. Left front tire pressure: 23.5psi
  3. Right rear tire pressure: 22.5psi
  4. Left rear tire pressure: 22.5psi

The above setup for Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain is just an example. It is worth experimenting with different settings to better match them to your driving style. The main types of settings are described on a separate page: Changing setups.

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