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F1 22 Monaco Car Setup – Best Car Setup for Monte Carlo

F1 22 Monaco Car Setup - Best Car Setup for Monte Carlo

The Monaco GP has been held on the streets of Monte Carlo since 1950 and has never been out since 1955. That makes the Monaco GP one of the oldest Grand Prix in Formula 1. The streets of Monte Carlo call for pure talent and a unique car to cross the checkered flag first and complete the race without taking any damage. Therefore you need the following: F1 22 Monaco car setup.

The Monaco circuit was first built in 1912 when Monaco was first founded as a colony of Genoa. The track is incredibly narrow and totally unique. Especially if you think that you are racing in a car like Formula 1 at an average of 150 km/h on a circuit surrounded by safety walls, it feels like you are racing in a narrow tunnel for at least 2 hours. Overtaking opportunities are also very limited in Monaco, which is why it is so important to take a pole position on this street circuit.

There is only one DRS zone on the Circuit de Monaco. You have to complete 19 epic turns to complete one lap of the track. Turns 10 and 11 may be the only overtaking spots on the track, and the Swimming Pool section, which lies between Turn 13 and Turn 16, is the most notable spot on the Circuit de Monaco. The winner of the Monaco GP will be revealed at the end of a 78-lap race in the streets of Monte Carlo, which is 3.3 kilometers long and 220 kilometers race distance.

To win the Monaco GP on the streets of Monte Carlo, aka the Circuit de Monaco, you need to have a good car setup, because the track has one tight corner after the other. Downforce is important, as is the break bias and suspension geometry in Monaco. All in all, it’s not easy to win the Monaco GP if you don’t have a good car setup. Here are the best F1 22 Monaco car setups for both dry and wet conditions.

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Circuit De Monaco, Monte Carlo

F1 22 Monaco Car Setup For Dry

Here’s the best F1 22 Monaco car setup that you can use in dry weather conditions at the Circuit de Monaco.

    • Aerodynamics
      • Aero front wing: 50
      • Rear Wing Aero: 50
    • Transfer
      • Differential adjustment on throttle: 60%
      • Differential throttle adjustment: 53%
    • suspension geometry
      • Camber for: -2.5
      • Rear camber: -2
      • Front toe: 0.05
      • Back Toe: 0.20
    • delay
      • Front suspension: 1
      • Rear suspension: 2
      • Anti roll bar front: 1
      • Rear stabilizer bar: 7
      • Headroom: 1
      • Rear ride height: 6″
    • Brakes
      • Brake pressure: 100%
      • Brake bias: 50%
    • Ties
      • Front right tire pressure: 24.3
      • Front left tire pressure: 24.3
      • Tire pressure rear right: 23
      • Tire pressure rear left: 23

F1 22 Monaco car setup for nat

In Monaco it is really difficult to win the wet races. At that speed, you can lose control of the car at any time. But if you have the best F1 22 Monaco wet car setup, you will be faster in the wet conditions of the iconic streets of Monte Carlo, Monaco.

    • Aerodynamics
      • Aero front wing: 50
      • Rear Wing Aero: 50
    • Transfer
      • Differential adjustment on throttle: 100%
      • Differential throttle adjustment: 53%
    • suspension geometry
      • Camber for: -2.5
      • Rear camber: -2
      • Front toe: 0.05
      • Back Toe: 0.20
    • delay
      • Front suspension: 1
      • Rear suspension: 2
      • Anti roll bar front: 1
      • Rear stabilizer bar: 7
      • Headroom: 1
      • Rear ride height: 6″
    • Brakes
      • Brake pressure: 100%
      • Brake bias: 50%
    • Ties
      • Front right tire pressure: 25
      • Front left tire pressure: 25
      • Tire pressure rear right: 23
      • Tire pressure rear left: 23

These are the best car setups for the Monaco Grand Prix in F1 22. By using these special car setups for Circuit de Monaco, you can drive the car and compete with others in multiplayer and career modes. However, remember that these car settings can be adjusted to suit your game style and the F1 car you drive. You can also view car setups for other tracks in F1 22 game here.

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