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It rarely rains in Abu Dhabi, but it can happen at any time on the F1 22, so proper wet weather settings are required.

The Yas Marina Circuit is the traditional send-off at the end of the Formula 1 season. Abu Dhabi hosts F1’s only race at dusk. Starts at sunset and ends at night.

F1 22 Abu Dhabi Wet Setup

Abu Dhabi underwent a major redesign ahead of last year’s controversial season finale. The F1 22 brings a new layout for gamers to enjoy and is a much more enjoyable experience.

As such, downforce levels are lower than in previous games due to fewer chicanes and a more open final sector. A complete lowdown of the new F1 game is here!



The Abu Dhabi wing angle in the wet is not low. Because it’s been successful with moderate values.

we went together 24-30 Wings are to keep the rear end anchored and the front end responsive. It also keeps you competitive on both back straights so you don’t lose too much speed on the straights.

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This transmission setting determines how power is driven from the engine through the wheels. This is true whether you have throttle on or off.

we went 95% on-throttle differential Improves corner exit stability from slow turns and overall traction on tricky twisty sections.

of 60% off throttle differential Loosening the brakes, especially in the final sector, gives you extra revs at turn-in.

Suspension shape

The camber and toe angles of the suspension geometry must be optimized for maximum levels of grip on the F1 22. This comes with tire wear, but the wet is so durable that it doesn’t make much of a difference.

So our setup is -2.50 with front camber -1.00 in the rear.Toe angle is also as low as possible 0.05 front and 0.20 in the rear.


Suspension should be on the soft side for Abu Dhabi. This is despite the fact that the kerbs in Yas He marina are less demanding, but also due to the fact that they use the kerbs a lot.

of 6-1 suspension and 5-1 Anti-roll bars provide a solid foundation for your car. This makes for a ride with a lot of turn-in performance, but it doesn’t make for a car that wows in a negative way.

4-5 Ride Height keeps you going fast on the straights, while Rake provides extra performance in long corners in the first and last sectors.


Heavy braking is required in the UAE as there are three long braking zones near the start of the lap.

we found it 95% brake pressure It offers great stopping power and doesn’t lock up too much. 54% brake bias It also offers great balance between the front and rear axles.


The new big tires run less hot than before. However, it does mean that the pressure can be raised higher than before.

we went together 23.5 psi front tire and 22.5 psi Rear of Abu Dhabi. This keeps the tires at optimum temperature for most laps while also not overheating the rubber in the corners.

We are constantly testing and updating our setup, so bookmark this page and check back regularly!