Assetto Corsa Competizione

WATCH: How to be faster in Assetto Corsa Competizione, a set-up guide – Part 1

Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC) remains one of our favourite, and one of the most popular, racing simulators on the market at present.

Replicating the GT3 and GT4 cars and tracks seen in the GT World Challenge series, it’s spawned multiple esports series, console versions and a large community of dedicated fans.

But, once you’ve got past the initial learning curve, finding those last few tenths can be a dark art.

Worry no more though. Stop getting lost in your damper settings, or wondering if those tyre pressure values are correct, I’m here to help.

This is part one of a detailed, yet approachable, three-part video series where I show you how to be faster in Assettto Corsa Competizione – the ultimate set-up guide.

In this episode I focus on your car’s wheels, so that means tyre pressures, toe angles, camber angles, the last readings box and caster. Then I cover the electronic driving aids, including traction control, anti-lock brakes (ABS), ECU maps and telemetry laps.

In part two, coming soon, I’ll look at the brakes in more detail, so subscribe to the Traxion YouTube channel to be notified when the next episode is released.

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