The latest addition to our Assetto Corsa Competizione track guide roster sees me attempt to tackle one of the most famous corners in motorsport. Oh, and the rest of the lap is in there too…
Laguna Seca is a narrow circuit known for its flow, the corkscrew and its ability to punish even the slightest of mistakes. Its location in Central California means the temperatures here often get very high, but the key to a good consistent run around here is keeping cool.
In this video, I will show you the lines and techniques I use when racing here to try and help you find some extra pace. Practice makes perfect, especially on a track with so many commitment based corners and such fine margins, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to master it!
Here are some benchmark lap times for you to aim for:
- Pro – 1:20.60
- Pro-Am – 1:22.50
- Am – 1:25.00
- My time – 1:20.80
We would love to hear some of your best Laguna Seca memories on social media and let us know if you’ve been able to save a few tenths by watching the tutorial.