F1 22

How to Achieve a Good Start in F1 22

How to Spin in F1 22

F1 22 holds the official license for the 2022 Formula One and Formula 2 championships, making it one of the most acclaimed racing video games in the industry. Developed by Codemaster, the game was released earlier this month for the platforms of  Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. This guide will take you through the process of how to get a good start in F1 22.

How to Get a Good Start in F1 22

Getting a good start in the game means that you will have a better chance of beating your opponents and winning the race, which is what racing is all about. If you get the lead, it’s a more likely win as long as you can continue at the same pace.

Read Next: F1 22 Best Mods

Confidence is key while racing, so getting ahead at the beginning of the track might help to boost it and carry you through the race. It’s a good idea to get that headstart in order to elevate your performance throughout the race.

Practice is important in this case, and the more familiar you are with the track, the better your performance will be. Get familiar with the track and the settings of the game before you begin. Different locations demand settings be adjusted, and you will need to make the changes before you begin. It also matters greatly if a track is wet or dry, and in F1 22, you can play both. Make sure you navigate through that first corner effectively. 

Position your car correctly before you begin the race with the help of the new HUD element. Don’t forget to put your tires and brakes at the most optimal temperature. You can do this through lap formations and swerving somewhat aggressively in both directions, as well as braking at the corners. You will be more likely to get this first if you are in the perfect position.

After beginning the race, maintain your RPM for consistency. Change to the second gear as soon as you can and increase the pressure of the throttle, until you are on the third gear at 100%. By following these steps. you will be able to keep up with the good start and let it flow to the end of the race.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

    Leave a reply

    Your email address will not be published.