Although not one of the most popular Grand Prix, the Hungaroring has become a place for exciting races.
Getting the best lap times is not easy on this track, especially since you must master all the curves that occur in the second sector.
To help you in this, we have a configuration that will benefit you a lot.
Hungary configuration or regulation
The car setup screens are the same as in F1 2021, so you should be able to quickly locate yourself. These are the settings that we recommend you use if you are just starting out in the game courtesy of the site RacingGames:
- Front wing – 7
- Rear wing – 11
With a 7-11 on the wings you will have enough grip to avoid donuts on the forks or chicanes of the second and third sector.
This level of wings may affect your straight line speed a bit, but it shouldn’t be a problem, especially on qualifying laps.
- Differential when accelerating: 70%
- Differential when decelerating: 55%
A 70% differential when accelerating will be enough to have good traction when exiting corners, especially in the first and third sectors. With 55% in the differential when decelerating, you can rotate the car comfortably.
- Front drop: -2.50 °
- Rear drop: -2.00 °
- Conv./Div. forward: 0.06 °
- Conv./Div. rear: 0.20 °
The values for the suspension geometry do not change compared to our other guides. The maximum value for the front and the minimum for the rear in the fall should be sufficient. Added to this is a bit of Conv./Div. on the front tires.
- Front suspension: 4
- Rear suspension: 6
- Front roll bar: 6
- Rear roll bar: 6
- Front chassis height: 3
- Rear Chassis Height: 7
With the suspension at 4-6 and the roll bars at 6-6, the car will be responsive enough to react well around the track’s S’s and chicanes.
A 3-7 chassis height will allow us to mount the pianos and help keep the car from getting so close to the pavement on the main straight due to the level of the rear wing.
- Brake pressure: 100%
- Front braking: 56%
The braking zones are straightforward on the Hungaroring, so it’s best to put 100% pressure on the brakes. The braking is slightly more on the front side to avoid blocking the rear tires, something that is very common in this year’s game.
- Right front tire pressure: 21.4psi
- Left Front Tire Pressure: 21.4psi
- Right rear tire pressure: 23.5psi
- Left rear tire pressure: 23.5psi
At this low pressure, the level of degradation for the front tires shouldn’t be bothersome and they would be more on par with the rear ones during a full stint.
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