F1® 22 | Types of Tyres and Compounds

This lesson is for anyone who purchased this game believing it to be a throttle, brake, and steering racing game but instead found a screen full of controls without any explanation of how to use each one.

This is for recreational players who wish to start a unique game right away. Tricks and tips are not included in this tutorial. You will learn about tyres and compounds of F1 22 from this guide.


Tyres & Compounds in F1 22

EA SPORTS F1® 22, the official video game of the 2022 FIA Formula One World championship, lets you experience the new age of Formula 1®.

Test your abilities at the brand-new Miami International Autodrome and get a taste of the glitz and glamour of F1® Life as the new season begins with revamped vehicles and revised rules that redefine race day.

Take control of your race experience with new immersive or broadcast race sequences as you compete in the magnificent, new vehicles of the Formula 1® 2022 season with the authentic lineup of all 20 drivers and 10 teams.

Create a team and advance them to the front of the grid in the famous My Team career mode, compete against friends in split-screen or multiplayer racing, or quicken the pace by bringing supercars from some of the biggest names in the sport to the track in our brand-new Pirelli Hot Laps feature.

Tyres & Compounds 

Every team has access to two dry-weather tyre specifications (or compounds) during each Grand Prix. Drivers must adhere to both standards during the race, barring wet circumstances. The letters “S,” “M,” “H,” “I,” and “W” stand for soft, medium, hard, hard, and intermediate tyres, respectively. C1 denotes the toughest compound and C5, is the softest compound.

Soft

These tyres have the most oil in them and offer superb traction. They are the fastest set of tyres as a result. They don’t endure very long and decay quite soon. (Red)

Medium

This tyre, with its optimal mix of performance and durability, is theoretically the most perfectly balanced of all the tyres. It is quite adaptable as a result but excels most on circuits that favor high speeds and energy loadings. This compound has a limited operating range. (Yellow)

Hard

Although they have very little traction, these tyres are quite durable, usually applied to one-stop methods. (White)

Intermediate

An alternative to fully wet tyres. Utilized when the track is just a little bit soggy. Quicker than a full wet. (Green)

Full Wet

Only use these full-tread tyres when it is raining or the track is extremely muddy. If used in dry conditions, it will degrade very quickly. (Blue)

Each driver is given access to 13 sets of dry-weather tyres over the course of the race weekend (seven of the harder “prime” specification and six of the softer “option”), four sets of intermediate tyres, and three sets of wet tyres. Since tyres are automatically changed during each session, additional information regarding tyre changes is not necessary for the game.

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