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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.

  3. 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
  4. ACC: BMW M4 GT3 Review

    BMW made some headway in 2023 when they sealed a multi-year contract with WRT. One of the most successful teams in modern racing history would say goodbye to Audi and switch to the BMW M4 GT3 from 2023 onwards.

    BMW M4 GT3 - curb VR46
  5. ACC: The Bentley Continental GT3

    Just like Aston Martin, Bentley is the pinnacle of British pride. Although the manufacturer from Crewe leans more toward the GT and luxury sports car segment, they've been a competitive player in the GT3 field for ages.

    Bentley Continental GT3
  6. ACC: Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT3 review

    Aston Martin holds an irreplaceable place in my heart as my all-time favorite manufacturer. From gracing the screens of James Bond movies to dominating the racetrack, Aston Martin consistently produces captivating machinery that's not just visually stunning, but awe-inspiring. The symphony of an Aston V8 or V12 engine is unmatched in its resonance and allure.

    Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT3.jpg