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  1. Exploring ACC GT2 Cars: What's it like?

    In Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC), GT2 cars are a thrilling addition to the lineup, offering a unique racing experience distinct from GT3 counterparts. Let's delve into what GT2 is and uncover the differences between GT2 and GT3 cars in ACC.

    KTM at RBR
  2. What is the best car in ACC?

    In the world of Assetto Corsa Competizione, the need for well balanced car is vital. Depending on how long your races last, various cars have strengths and weaknesses. Let's explore the contenders that excel in these shorter online races, dissecting what makes them the preferred cars of ACC.

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  3. Assetto Corsa 2: What you should know

    It's hard to imagine that we saw the original Assetto Corsa already way back in the spring of 2014. Kunos Simulazioni, the developers, took the world of sim racing by surprise and competed with proven contenders like Project Cars, GRID and Forza and Grand Turismo.

    Monza turn 2 rear
  4. Monza Track Guide

    The temple of speed! Mix three long straights, a few chicanes, and fast corners, and you've got yourself a true classic venue. Monza has to be one of the most admired racetracks around the world.

    Monza turn 1
  5. What is BOP and why does it matter?

    BOP, or Balance of Performance, is a way to even out performance differences across different manufacturers. There are various reasons to do that, but the main one is to make the field competitive and lower development costs.

    Driver view at Zandvoort
  6. Track Guide Zandvoort

    A very remote racetrack on the Dutch shores, it's very sensitive to the elements and hidden by the dunes. I must have been there more than a dozen times, and mostly, no racing weekend went by without a few spots of rain. That only adds to the technical, narrow flowing challenge that is the legendary Zandvoort!

    Zandvoort 1