Looking for the fastest car setup for Bahrain in F1 2022?
Whether you’re an experienced driver or a new player to the game, it’s always good to have a look at other people’s car setups.
That’s because it will massively help you improving your performance in such a challenging circuit as the Bahrain GP.
Especially if who you’re taking inspiration from is someone that has set the World Record with the setup on that specific circuit.
We’ve also included one of the best video onboard so that you can copy the lines and the driving technique from some of the best sim drivers.
F1 2022 Bahrain GP – Hotlap Video Onboard
Complete car setup screenshots for Bahrain F1 2022
- Fuel Load = 10kg
- Front Wing Aero = 20
- Rear Wing Aero = 27
- Differential Adjustment on Throttle = 90%
- Differential Adjustment off Throttle = 53%
- Front Camber = -2.50°
- Rear Camber = -2.00°
- Front Toe = 0.05°
- Rear Toe = 0.20°
- Front Suspension = 10
- Rear Suspension = 3
- Front Anti-roll bar = 1o
- Rear Anti-roll bar = 3
- Front Ride Height = 3
- Rear Ride Height = 4
- Brake Pressure = 100%
- Front Brake Bias = 50%
- Front Right Tyre Pressure: = 23.7psi
- Front Left Tyre Pressure: = 23.7psi
- Rear Right Tyre Pressure: = 23.0psi
- Rear Left Tyre Pressure: = 23.0psi
So here was the complete car setup for Bahrain in F1 2022.
We hope this car setup will allow you to set your personal best and help you reduce the gap from the current F1 World Record. 😉
Good luck and happy sim racing!
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Related F1 2022 Setups
Here’s our complete list of car setups for F1 22 according to each track on the calendar:
- Bahrain GP
- Jeddah – Saudi Arabia GP
- Melbourne – Australian GP
- Imola – Emilia Romagna GP
- Miami – USA GP
- Barcelona – Spanish GP
- Monaco GP
- Baku – Azerbaijan GP
- Montreal – Canadian GP
- Silverstone – British GP
- Red Bull Ring – Austria GP
- Paul Ricard – French GP
- Budapest – Hungarian GP
- Spa Francorchamps -Belgium GP
- Zandvoort – Dutch GP
- Monza – Italian GP
- Sochi – Russian GP
- Singapore GP
- Suzuka – Japanese GP
- COTA – United States GP
- Mexico GP
- Interlagos – Brazil GP
- Yas Marina – Abu Dhabi GP