If you have a hard time beating the lap in the Singapore International Circuit – Marina Bay Street Circuit in F1 22, maybe your car isn’t modified right. To get the best circuit time and conquer the track of this amazing circuit, check the best performance that we prepared for you.
In this guide, we will show you the Singapore Setup in F1 22!
F1 22: Singapore Setup Guide
Adjust the front and rear wings in order to achieve the desired level of aerodynamics performance and balance.
For this setup, we go with 50 on both Front and Rear Wing Aero to get the best performance on the track.
Adjusting the car’s differential will affect the way power is transmitted to the rear wheels.
We recommend 70% on Differential Adjustment On Throttle that will get you all the power down and keep your rear tyres longer on the track.
Differential Adjustment Off Throttle is 55% that will help you to aid rotation.
- Suspension Geometry
Camber angle defines how the wheel sits vertically and how the wheels are aligned to the body of the car.
We highly recommend -2.50 fully right for the Front Camber, and -2.0 fully left for the Rear Camber.
The Front Toe is set on 0.05, with the Rear Toe on 0.20.
The adjustment of the suspension is more than important if you want to conquer the curves even at high speeds. Stiff springs will stop the car from lunging forward during aggressive braking or rearward under sudden acceleration.
For this circuit, it is recommended 8 on the Front Suspension and 1 on the rear Suspension. The Front Anti-Roll Bar is 9, while the Rear Anti-Roll Bar is 2.
The Height is set on 3 for the Front and Rear.
This circuit requires some serious braking power. Brake pressure determines the maximum potential braking power of the vehicle. An increase in the brake pressure can result in shorter stopping distance.
For the best braking performance, we recommend 100% Brake Pressure, and 50% on the Front Brake Bias.
Softer tyres have a larger surface area meaning traction is improved at a cost to responsiveness in high load situations. An increase in tyre pressure can reduce rolling resistance meaning a very slight improvement in straight line speed.
We choose Front Tyres Pressure 25.0psi, and 23.0psi for the Rear Tyres Pressure.