The latest update to the PC version of the SRO-affiliated racing simulator fixes some of the minor quibbles that have come with adding a new tyre and bump stop model.
Notably, the Nissan GT-R from 2018 and Lexus RC F GT3 have been specifically tweaked to avoid excessive grounding out over larger kerbs or bumps.
With the 1.9 update came some changes to the Balance of Performance alongside a reworked Mercedes-AMG GT3. Following, presumably, AMG dominance in both the Fanatec GT Pro Series and SRO SIM Pro Series races at Monza, the BoP at Monza and Laguna Seca has changed across the grid, whereas the recent 2023-spec DLC cars have also had revised performance parameters.
Recently, the Alpine Esports Series competition kicked off, using GT4 machines within Assetto Corsa Competizione. Dennis Schöniger won the opening two races to take the championship lead, and the liveries used by the drivers are now available to all drivers too.
Finally, there’s been some unspecified refinement to the new tyre model. The latest patch follows v1.9.1 which amended Ferrari 296 driver changes. Are you enjoying the version 1.9 update so far? Let us know in the comments below.
Assetto Corsa Comeptizione v1.9.2 Hotfix changelog
- Various livery updates and added new season of Alpine Esport liveries
- BoP fine-tuning for Monza, Laguna Seca
- Provisional BoP on various tracks for the new 2023 cars
- Correction of graining accumulation on tyres
- Tyre model fine-tuning
- Nissan GT-R GT3 2018 ground collision tweaks
- Lexus RC F GT3 ground collision tweaks