Best auto tuning for Mexico in F1 2022

F1 2022 is the latest iteration of the long-running Formula 1 series, bringing with it many challenging circuits such as the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit at the Mexican Grand Prix. As the fifteenth installment in a multi-decade racing game series, F1 2022 brings the acclaimed motorsport experience to next-gen consoles and PC while offering incredibly stunning visuals.

Winning Formula 1 races depends not only on the driver, but also on the settings of the car, as each track presents a unique challenge for the whole team to solve. Downforce, for example, is one of the most important aspects of car setup, as high downforce is very useful in slow corners, but very detrimental on long straights, as it leaves the car vulnerable to overtaking with DRS in F1 2022. Track analysis and car tuning accordingly is one of the most challenging and interesting challenges in F1 2022 and players will have to master it if they want to become world champions.

F1 2022: Best car setup for Mexico race

The Mexican Grand Prix circuit can be extremely difficult to set up a car as it is made up of several very different sectors. The first section of the track has long straights that offer the best chance of overtaking and therefore require low downforce to reduce drag. However, the rest of the track consists of many corners that players will encounter in the F1 2022 career mode. In this mode, the advantage is high downforce to increase traction and good rear wing stability. This will require players to think carefully about the sweet spot in order to stay competitive on the long straights without losing too much time in corners.

As with any other race, players must also be prepared for the possibility of rain, as a misconfiguration in wet conditions can quickly render the car uncontrollable and risk not finishing the race. There is usually little chance of rain at the Mexican Grand Prix, but it is important for players to have a back-up plan and train under such conditions in F1 2022 in order to succeed throughout the season. With all these possibilities in mind, here are the recommended settings for a track in Mexico.

Dry track

  • Front wing aerodynamics: 6
  • Aerodynamic rear wing: 12
  • DT on throttle (on): 50%
  • DT on throttle (off): 50%
  • Front camber: -2.50
  • Rear camber: -2.00
  • Front finger: 0.05
  • Rear finger: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 3
  • Rear suspension: 4
  • Front wheel chock: 1
  • Rear wheel chock: 2
  • Front board height: 3
  • Rear Suspension Height: 6
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front brake skew: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 25 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 25 psi
  • Rear right tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Rear left tire pressure: 23 psi
  • Tire Strategy (25% Race): Soft-Medium
  • Pit window (25% race): 5-7 laps
  • Fuel (25% race): +1.5 laps

wet track

  • Front wing aerodynamics: 30
  • Aerodynamic rear wing: 45
  • DT on throttle (on): 50%
  • DT on throttle (off): 50%
  • Front camber: -2.50
  • Rear camber: -1.00
  • Front finger: 0.05
  • Back toe: 0.20
  • Front suspension: 2
  • Rear suspension: 5
  • Front wheel chock: 4
  • Rear chock: 7
  • Front suspension height: 2
  • Rear Height: 7
  • Brake pressure: 100%
  • Front brake skew: 50%
  • Front right tire pressure: 23.7 psi
  • Front left tire pressure: 23.7 psi
  • Rear right tire pressure: 22.5 psi
  • Rear left tire pressure: 22.5 psi
  • Tire Strategy (25% Race): Soft-Medium
  • Pit window (25% race): 5-7 laps
  • Fuel (25% race): +1.5 laps

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