WATCH: Assetto Corsa Competizione Valencia track guide

Off the back of Assetto Corsa Competizione’s huge v1.9 update and 2023 GT World Challenge DLC – including the brand-new Valencia – we felt it was time to produce another comprehensive ACC track guide. Without further ado, let John talk you through the best way to get around the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
WATCH: Assetto Corsa Competizione Valencia track guide

Have you picked up Assetto Corsa Competizione’s 2023 GT World Challenge DLC pack? Struggling to master the twists and turns of Valencia but enjoying the sim’s v1.9 update?

Well, you’re in luck, as our very own John Munro has mastered the Spanish venue and has created another Traxion track guide, backed up by his recent victory during the official Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC) 2023 GT World Challenge DLC Live Premiere Event against the likes of Jardier, Nils Naujoks and George Boothby.

Hop onboard with the ‘Tain Tornado’ and his trusty Porsche 911 GT3 R (992) as he talks you through the optimum racing line, even providing you with a bespoke, organically produced Traxion set-up. Now that’s service!

John will show you how to master the subtle cambers of the Circuit Ricardo Tormo and maximise your momentum through the fearsome Curva Champi Herreros, while avoiding those pesky and inconsistent track limit warnings.

To find out more about what we thought of Assetto Corsa Competizione’s v1.9 update and 2023 GT World Challenge DLC pack, check out our full review article.

To download the Porsche set-up John used in this video, as well as Valencia set-ups for both the Ferrari 296 GT3 and Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo2, please visit our set-ups page.

For more Traion.GG ACC track guides, check out our full YouTube playlist.

Let us know if this track guide helped you in the comments below. And, as ever, Keep it Pinned!

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