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F1 2021 Singapore Setup: The Fastest Way Around The Marina Bay Circuit – GIVEMESPORT

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F1 2021 is the sort of game where players are always looking to gain every advantage possible.
The gaming community have rejoiced over Codemasters’ latest creation that was released back in July, earning solid reviews from critics on Metacritic.
With a new game comes a new feel, with virtual drivers still adjusting to life compared to F1 2020 which, some argue, feels completely different with less downforce on the cars in real life.
Despite being one of the cancelled races in the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, players can still take full advantage of the Marina Bay Circuit in Singapore, either casually in single-player modes or competitively online.
But how should you get up the car to ensure you get to the chequered flag first? Scroll down to find out the best setup for the Singapore circuit in F1 2021.
Thanks to TRL Limitless on YouTube, we got an insight regarding what sort of setup works around Marina Bay and the technical aspects of the car that you need to be aware of while darting through the streets of Singapore.
Firstly, top speed is not a priority simply due to the number of corners on the circuit and how close to the walls you drive. Whether you play with a controller or with a wheel and pedals – traction is key due to the long, sweeping corners that this track possesses.
Downforce is crucial, here is the best setup for Singapore:
Note: The front brake bias can be altered during a Grand Prix so feel free to alter if you have a preferred setting through particular corners.
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