Looking for the fastest car setup for Montreal in F1 2018?
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced sim driver, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’ll show you the best car setup for the Canadian Grand Prix in F1 2018.
We’ve also included an hotlap onboard video so you can see how it’s done.
But before we get started, there are many things to consider when setting up your F1 car for the Canada GP.
Anti-roll bars and aerodynamics settings are two of the most important things to get right as well as tyre pressures and cambers since you will want to maximize slow speed mechanical grip and rear downforce for the quick chicanes.
That’s really key for such a challenging street circuit like Montreal.
In this quick guide, we’ll show you our favorite Canada F1 setup and give you some tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your car.
F1 2018 Canadian GP – Hotlap Onboard Video
Complete car setup screenshots for Canada F1 2018
- Fuel Load = 10kg
- Front Wing Aero = 2
- Rear Wing Aero = 8
- Differential Adjustment on Throttle = 100%
- Differential Adjustment off Throttle = 70%
- Front Camber = -2.50°
- Rear Camber = -1.00°
- Front Toe = 0.05°
- Rear Toe = 0.20°
- Front Suspension = 6
- Rear Suspension = 5
- Front Anti-roll bar = 7
- Rear Anti-roll bar = 4
- Front Ride Height = 6
- Rear Ride Height = 6
- Brake Pressure = 90%
- Front Brake Bias = 52%
- Front Left Tyre Pressure: = 23.4psi
- Rear Left Tyre Pressure: = 19.5psi
- Ballast = 9
So here was the complete car setup for Montreal in F1 2018.
We hope this setup will allow you to improve your overall lap times and increase the chances of winning online F1 races.
As always, remember that every sim driver is different and you may need to experiment and tweak the setup a little bit to find what works best for you.
Good luck and see you soon on track! 🙂