Suspension is the connection between a car and its wheels, managing how the car travels and responding to the driver’s inputs. F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... There's more... cars have a maximum of six structural members per wheel, typically made up of two double wishbones, the A pushrod is part of the wheel assembly, connecting the wheel to the shock absorber (damper and spring), the active... There's more... or A pullrod is part of the wheel assembly, connecting the wheel to the shock absorber (damper and spring), the active... There's more... and a steering arm or track rod, depending on if it is the front or the rear suspension.
Typically teams will use a pullrod system at the rear and a pushrod at the front. In 2022 there was a mix of pushrod and pullrod systems at the front of the cars. The difference is that a pull rod compresses a spring under compression and a pushrod works in reverse.
Most set-up work done on an F1 car will be to the suspension and teams can make changes to the Camber refers to the fall from the outside of the track to the inside through the corner. Camber is a... There's more..., toe, spring rates, ride height and a myriad of additional weeks to fine-tune for the characteristics of the track.