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F1 Manager 2022 Guide

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F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup F1 Manager 2022 guide, tips

There are as many as 22 races waiting to be played in the 2022 Formula One season. This page of the F1 Manager 2022 game guide contains information about the specifics of the tracks - how to read it and how to prepare for the races.

Last update: Monday, September 12, 2022

This page of our F1 Manager 2022 guide is dedicated to tracks and their specifics. Among others, we explain how to read track statistics and how to understand their specifics in order to prepare better for further Grand Prix.

3 main types of tracks - general preparations

In F1 Manager 2022 , tracks are divided into 3 main groups - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

In F1 Manager 2022 , tracks are divided into 3 main groups:

  1. Power Circuit - They favor cars that have better power.
  2. Downforce Circuit - They favor cars that can generate better downforce.
  3. Balanced Circuit - This is a mix of a power and downforce circuit. As a result, a Balanced Circuit requires working out a compromise when looking for the perfect car setup.

You cannot develop a car that is perfect for all types of circuits, but you can limit weaker performance on tracks that do not agree with your car.

At the start of your career, your chosen team will have a "starter" car that may be modified to offer more downforce, performance or balance. From that moment on, you can decide upon further development yourself - focus on one category or try to develop an all-rounder.

The change in the specifics of the car is made primarily through designing and producing new parts - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

The change in the specifics of the car is made primarily through designing and producing new parts . When designing parts, you can always see how they will affect the performance and behavior of the car and, for example, design it more in terms of increasing power or downforce.

If you already have more than 1 part from a given category, always choose the one that best suits the trackbefore the GP - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

If you already have more than 1 part from a given category, always choose the one that best suits the trackbefore the GP . The blue hands mean important, while green hands key areas that make the car competitive on a given track. If the part you've chosen allows improvement in a given area (green stats), be sure to install it.

You can make the whole process easier by assessing the data gathered during practice . Even if the current car works well with the type of track, you still need to push it to the limit. Always try to ensure that your drivers are as well prepared as possible for qualifying - they find a good configuration, have full knowledge of the track and good knowledge of the installed parts.

Bahrain Grand Prix - Sakhir

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed .

Racing Strategy: All main strategies involve 2 pit stops . The hard tire mix is clearly no better than the medium mix. Soft mix lasts quite a lot - 12-16 laps.

Weather: You don't have to worry about rain. High temperatures may be a problem as the car may overheat.

Saudi Arabia Grand Prix - Jeddah

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed ;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing strategy: Most strategies involve a single pitstop , but you can also play conservatively and decide on 2 pitstops. Choose a hard tire mix for most of the duration, which should be best combined with a medium mix.

Weather: You don't have to worry about rain. High temperatures may be a problem as the car may overheat.

Australian Grand Prix - Albert Park

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing strategy: Consider 1 or 2 pitstops . The optimal strategy is to ignore the soft mix entirely. Instead, combine a hard and medium mix.

Weather: There is approximately a 20 percent chance of rainfall. High temperatures in sunny weather can also be a problem.

Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna - Imola

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing strategy: You consider 1 or 2 pitstos . A better option would be a single pitstop, assuming you use a hard-medium tire mix.

Weather: There is approximately a 20 percent chance of rainfall. High temperatures in sunny weather can also be a problem.

Miami Grand Prix - International Autodrome

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: Most strategies assume 2 pitstops , but you can attempt a single one. In addition to the hard mix (for the duration), it's best to choose 1 or 2 stints on medium

Weather: It's quite hot, and there is around a 27 percent chance of rainfall. The track can then be dangerous due to the proximity of barriers and the presence of many precision turns.

Spanish Grand Prix - Barcelona

Type: downforce track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: downforce track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed.

Racing Strategy: All main strategies involve 2 pit stops . It is best to bet on 1 or 2 soft or medium mixes, avoiding hard mix completely.

Weather: There is a small chance of rainfall (about 10%).

Monaco Grand Prix - Circuit de Monaco

Type: downforce track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: downforce track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed;
  3. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed.

Racing strategy: In Monaco, qualifiers is the most important because it is a circuit with the least chance of overtaking.Plan 1 pitstop with a soft mix or a medium mix combined with a hard mix (longest stint).

Weather: There is an approximately 15% chance for rain to occur. The track becomes very dangerous in wet conditions, as the margin of error is minimal.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix - Baku

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  3. DRS - Top Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed .

Racing strategy: Plan 1 or 2 pit stops . If you've planned only a single pitstop, choose a hard mix for the duration. You can combine it with a medium or a soft one.

Weather: There is a minimal, less than 5% chance of rainfall.

Canadian Grand Prix - Montreal

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed .

Racing Strategy: Most strategies involve 1 pitstop - with such settings, you will cover most of the distance on a hard mix. At the start of the race, choose an medium or soft mix.

Weather: There is a high chance of rainfall (over 40%). This can lead to crashes due to the proximity of barriers during turns.

British Grand Prix - Silverstone

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: Most strategies involve 2 pit stops . You can decide upon a medium or a hard mix, or choose a soft one for a shorter stint (around 9-13 laps).

Weather: There is approximately a 20 percent chance of rainfall. Tire temperature management can be a challenge, as temperatures can be either low or high during a GP.

Austrian Grand Prix - Red Bull Ring

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  3. DRS - Top Speed;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: You can easily finish the race with 1 pitstop . Choose hard mix for the longest stint and combine it with medium or soft mix. As the lap is short - e.g. soft mix will work for 21-29 laps.

Weather: There is a high, almost 40% chance of rainfall.

French Grand Prix - Paul Ricard

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  3. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: All strategies assume 1 pitstop . Aside from hard mix, choose a medium one, as soft mix lasts only 8-11 laps on average.

Weather: There is a minimal chance of rainfall (around 5%).

Hungarian Grand Prix - Hungaroring

Type: downforce track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: downforce track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed ;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed .

Racing strategy: Plan 1 or 2 pit stops . A soft mix is a good choice for the initial moments of the race. Then switch to hard and eventually medium one for the final stint.

Weather: There is, quite high, a 25 percent chance, of rain.

Belgian Grand Prix - Spa-Francorchamps

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. acceleration;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. DRS - Acceleration;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing strategy: Plan a single pitstop . Start a race on a soft or an medium mix, then switch to an intermediate / hard.

Weather: There is a 30% chance of rainfall. In addition, due to the length of the track, they may be rainfall on only a part of the track, which makes choosing the right tires hard.

Dutch Grand Prix - Zandvoort

Type: downforce track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: downforce track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed ;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: Most strategies involve a single pitstop . You can start on a soft or a medium mix and then switch to hard, hoping to make it to the finish line.

Weather: There is a high, almost 40% chance of rainfall.

Italian Grand Prix - Monza

Type: power track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: power track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - High Speed;
  3. DRS - Top Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed.

Racing Strategy: All strategies involve 1 pit stop . The strategy should work even if you use a soft mix (which should last 8-12 laps)

Weather: There is an approximately 15% chance for rain to occur.

Singapore Grand Prix - Marina Bay

Type: downforce track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: downforce track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  3. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed ;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed .

Racing strategy: Strategies assume 1 pitstop . You can choose to make a long stint on a medium or hard mix with a soft mix (ideally at the start of the race).

Weather: The chances of rain are minimal. High temperatures may be a problem as the car may overheat.

Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing Strategy: Most strategies involve 2 pit stops . You should rely solely on the soft and medium mixes. Depending on your strategy, use soft tires once or twice.

Weather: There is a high chance of rainfall (over 45%).

USA Grand Prix - Circuit of the Americas

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - High Speed ;
  3. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed .

Racing strategy: We recommend 2 pitstops . The soft mix will only last 6-9 laps. We recommend choosing medium or a hard one.

Weather: There is an approximately 15% chance for rain to occur.

Mexican Grand Prix - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  2. Cornering Speed - High Speed;
  3. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  4. Dirty Air Cornering - High Speed.

Racing Strategy: Most strategies recommend 1 pitstop . You can start the race on soft or medium mix, then change it to hard and finish the race on it.

Weather: There is an approximately 15% chance for rain to occur.

Brazilian Grand Prix - Interlagos

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. acceleration;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed ;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed;
  4. DRS - Acceleration;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed.

Racing Strategy: All strategies involve 2 pitstops . You can start with a soft or a medium mix. At the second pitstop, choose soft and hard.

Weather: There is a high chance of rain (around 40%). High temperatures may be a problem as the car may overheat.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Yas Marina

Type: balanced track - F1 Manager 2022: Tracks - specifics, setup - Race weekend - F1 Manager 2022 Guide

Type: balanced track

The most important car performance stats for this track:

  1. Top Speed;
  2. Cornering Speed - Low Speed;
  3. Cornering Speed - Medium Speed ;
  4. DRS - Top Speed;
  5. Dirty Air Cornering - Low Speed;
  6. Dirty Air Cornering - Medium Speed.

Racing Strategy: Most strategies involve 2 pit stops . You can use all 3 mixes (including the soft one to start the race) or only medium and hard.

Weather: You don't have to worry about rain. High temperatures may be a problem as the car may overheat.

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