F1 22 Great Britain Setup Guide For Dry And Wet Conditions

The Silverstone circuit in Great Britain is commonly referred to as the home of Formula Racing. The Great Britain racing...

The Silverstone circuit in Great Britain is commonly referred to as the home of Formula Racing. The Great Britain racing track has some notable challenges for newcomers in F1 22 which can be addressed with the right setup. Silverstone is arguably one of the fastest and most challenging tracks players will race on in the F1 Racing Video Game series.

The guide to the setup of the Silverstone Circuit is given here with a detailed overview.

Great Britain Setup

As mentioned above, Silverstone Track in F1 22 is all about speed. It’s one of the few extremely fast tracks in the game and must be tackled carefully. If you have a good strategy and set up beforehand entering the arena, you might easily compete in the race without much trouble.

In order to deal with this fast-paced track, players should keep their downforce on the lower side. It will help achieve a more balanced setup. You also need to focus on modifying your rare stability for this race track since entering the Silverstone entails driving left and right at extremely high speeds.

We recommend keeping your rare down to the ground because if it isn’t, you may lose control of the vehicle and enter an unfavorable situation. To help this situation, we recommend boosting up your rear aerodynamics, rear suspension stiffness, and anti-roll bar stiffness.

Anti-roll balls help with having a lot of control in your car and preventing it from rolling to the sides as you take turns. Rear suspension stiffness will also make your drive a bit easier; however, don’t over-stiffen it as it may snap your car out of the blue.

As for the tires, they will be bearing most of the pressure in this fast-paced racing track. You will be putting a significant amount of pressure on them while taking turns and leaning over them at such a fast pace.

Try to keep your suspension geometry moderate to save your tires from wearing off. Camber and Toe angles should be at balanced digits, whereas the On-Throttle differential and Tyre pressure should be on the lower side. Having these settings will help you with grip on your car and fewer slips.

Great Britain Dry Setup

Surely the fast nature of this track requires a tremendous amount of power but the downforce is also as critical. Aerodynamics is decisive when the corners like Maggots, Corpse, and Becketts come.

The heat at Silverstone is also a fact to keep in mind when playing in the dry summer weather of Britain. You’ll get the Transmission settings to deal with it here.

Brakes are to be used at 100% for both conditions. The tire pressure is not recommended to be a lot. This will cause the air to gain more kinetic energy and the tire can be chewed up.

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Aero: 10
Rear Wing Aero: 20

Transmission
Differential adjustment on Throttle: 50%
Differential adjustment off Throttle: 50%

Suspension Geometry
Front Camber: -2.50
Rear Camber: -2.00
Front Toe: 0.09
Rear Toe: 0.20

Suspension
Front Suspension: 3
Rear Suspension: 5
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 2
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 3
Front Ride Height: 3
Rear Ride Height: 5

Brakes
Brake Pressure: 100%
Brake Bias: 50%

Tires
Front Right Tire Pressure: 25.0 psi
Front Left Tire Pressure: 25.0 psi
Rear Right Tire Pressure: 23 psi
Rear Left Tire Pressure: 23 psi

Great Britain Wet Setup

The setup is mostly the same as the aforementioned dry setup. The grip in the wet condition can be increased to get a better hold of the vehicle. The front tires are made lighter with a reduced pressure while the downforce is also adjusted to the weather.

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Aero: 30
Rear Wing Aero: 38

Transmission
Differential adjustment on Throttle: 80%
Differential adjustment off Throttle: 52%

Suspension Geometry
Front Camber: -2.50
Rear Camber: -2.00
Front Toe: 0.05
Rear Toe: 0.20

Suspension
Front Suspension: 4
Rear Suspension: 3
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 2
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 5
Front Ride Height: 3
Rear Ride Height: 5

Brakes
Brake Pressure: 100%
Brake Bias: 50%

Tires
Front Right Tire Pressure: 25 psi
Front Left Tire Pressure: 25 psi
Rear Right Tire Pressure: 23 psi
Rear Left Tire Pressure: 23 psi

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