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F1 22 Zandvoort Car Setup – Best car setup for Netherlands GP

F1 22 Zandvoort Car Setup - Best car setup for Netherlands GP

Returning 36 years later to the Formula 1 calendar, the Dutch Grand Prix was held on one of the oldest circuits called Zandvoort in Formula 1. Although it is an exciting circuit, it lacks overtaking opportunities. So it can be difficult to finish first at Circuit Zandvoort in the F1 22 game unless you don’t have any good ones F1 22 Zandvoort car setup.

Zandvoort, located in the Dutch dunes, near the North Sea coast in the Netherlands, is a seaside resort. The first race on this circuit took place in 1952, making Circuit Zandvoort one of the oldest circuits in the history of Formula 1.

Circuit Zandvoort is a circuit of 4.2 kilometers long. The circuit has two DRS zones and 14 corners. Formula 1 fans and drivers describe this circuit in four words: fast, insane, crazy and old-school. The most famous parts of Circuit Zandvoort are Turn 1, also known as Tarzan Corner, and Turn 14. The winner of the Dutch GP is revealed after a race of 72 laps, and it should be a great feeling to win with a good car setup for the Netherlands for the orange army.

Qualifying is so important to win the race at Circuit Zandvoort because of the lack of overtaking opportunities. So, first of all, you should get better hot laps on the track. The track can also be sloping, as Circuit Zandvoort flows through the sand dunes. Brake and suspension adjustments are therefore also crucial on the way to victory in the Netherlands. Be here best F1 22 Zandvoort (Netherlands) car setups for both dry and wet conditions.

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Circuit Zandvoort Netherlands

F1 22 Zandvoort Dry Car Setup

Here’s the best F1 22 Zandvoort car setup that you can use in dry weather conditions during the Dutch GP.

    • Aerodynamics
      • Aero front wing: 48
      • Rear Wing Aero: 38
    • Transfer
      • Differential adjustment on throttle: 60%
      • Differential throttle adjustment: 52%
    • suspension geometry
      • Camber for: -2.5
      • Camber rear: -1
      • Front toe: 0.05
      • Back toe: 0.2
    • delay
      • Front suspension: 7
      • Rear suspension: 4
      • Front anti-roll bar: 6
      • Rear stabilizer bar: 5
      • Front Drive Height: 7″
      • Rear ride height: 5″
    • Brakes
      • Brake pressure: 100%
      • Brake bias: 50%
    • Ties
      • Front right tire pressure: 23.7
      • Tire pressure front left: 23.7
      • Tire pressure rear right: 23
      • Tire pressure rear left: 23

F1 22 Zandvoort Wet Car Setup

Although the course is located in a seaside resort on the North Sea coast, it is possible to see rainy days in Zandvoort, especially in and after September. So maybe you need the best F1 22 Zandvoort wet car setup that makes you faster in wet conditions.

    • Aerodynamics
      • Aero front wing: 41
      • Rear Wing Aero: 35
    • Transfer
      • Differential adjustment on throttle: 80%
      • Differential throttle adjustment: 65%
    • suspension geometry
      • Camber for: -2.7
      • Rear Camber: -1.5
      • Front Toe: 0.10
      • Back Toe: 0.44″
    • delay
      • Front suspension: 10
      • Rear suspension: 1
      • Anti roll bar front: 10
      • Rear stabilizer bar: 1
      • Headroom Height: 3″
      • Rear ride height: 4″
    • Brakes
      • Brake pressure: 100%
      • Brake bias: 52%
    • Ties
      • Front right tire pressure: 23.2
      • Front left tire pressure: 23.2
      • Tire pressure rear right: 21.2
      • Tire pressure rear left: 21.2

These are the best car setup for Dutch Grand Prix in F1 22. By using these car setups especially for Circuit Zandvoort, 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 check out F1 22 car setups for other tracks here.

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