Every track in F1 2018 has its own features that make cars respond differently according to the track conditions and car setup. To give you the upper hand in this competitive racing game, we will guide you to apply different setups for different tracks that come in the game. These setups will get you the most out of your car’s potential in setting blistering flying laps and placing you to the top of the leader boards in the Time-trial mode.
Codemaster’s F1 2018 is the latest addition in the formula 1 series. The game comes with many features that come from the real world formula 1 series. With its latest addition of the Halo and ERS system into the game, F1 2018 has come one more step towards the real deal.
F1 2018 – Albert Park, Australia, Time-Trial Setup
Albert Park is iconic to every F1 year calendar as this is where the season begins every year. The track has a bumpy surface with six chicanes that require a precisely balanced car that can smoothly get back onto the power after exiting from a turn. The car needs to be responsive in turns and be balanced enough to not cause a spin out.
Entry to Turn 1 gives you some freedom in late braking only if your car is well positioned for an angle of attack into the apex. Turn 3 can cause grip level changes and have low visibility due to low sun angle. For Turn 4, just a little throttle lift would be enough to make the turn successful while maintaining the speed. Turn 9 is almost the same as Turn 1 but just a little tighter, plus going deep will take you left and into the gravel.
Turns 10 to 11 is a demanding section of the track that can affect the tyre condition as it is a fast left hander. Finally, in Turn 16, which is the last corner that takes you to the start/finish straight, hug the apex to get a good exit while keeping the car from going too wide as the car will tend to go left and crash into the wall.
Here is the best Time-Trial setup that you can have for Albert Park, Australian Grand Prix:
- Front wing Aero: 7
- Rear wing Aero: 6
- Differential Adjustment On Throttle: 100%
- Differential Adjustment Off Throttle: 70%
- Front Camber: -3.20
- Rear camber: -1.70
- Front Toe: 0.11
- Rear Toe: 0.35
- Front Suspension: 7
- Rear Suspension: 7
- Front Anti-Roll Bar: 5
- Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 5
- Front Ride Height: 5
- Rear Ride Height: 5
- Brake Pressure: 70%
- Front Brake Bias: 58%
- Front Tyre Pressure: 23.4 psi
- Rear Tyre Pressure: 21.9 psi
- Ballast: 7
This concludes our F1 2018 Albert Park Time-Trial Setup Guide. Feel free to use the comment section below.