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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Glen vw, Dec 21, 2016.
just wondering.....what's your go to track to try/test new car releases?
Sometimes Spa, sometimes Monza, depends on the level of downforce.
For street cars it is always Nords.
Silverstone National, a short track with slow and fast corners.
Yeah agree with that, plus Donington Park too (because hey, its Donington )
The Bend International.... might even release it one day
for road cars esp porsches, pacific coast with its sweeping corners, for race cars nords full
Brands Hatch, Magione, VIR, and Nords.
Bridgehampton. A nice long straight and a good selection of turns. It's sort of my home track because I raced MGB's there back in the day.
If it's a car that really needs a long straight, I go to Riverside. The new 908 sounds great there.
Imola. It was always my test track in all previous sims.
Whatever track I am currently working on...
EDIT: I'll also run Bridgehampton and RIR too especially for vintage cars. I almost never touch stock tracks unless I venture online.
Imola...although for top speeds I like the Longford 67 mod...its ok if you grab the seperate ai file for it too (ai in the release sucks )
Red Bull and Monza are my Favorites
VIR full course and Imola are good, but my absolute favorite is Grobnik.
Laguna Seca, i don't know why i just really enjoy that track. That corkscrew catches me with my pants down all the time.
Magione and Nordschleife in that order give a good first impression and are a good way to learn cars in my opinion. Magione because it's very tight, has some good braking zones, turns that allow for some experimentation, one longer straight that leads into a somewhat aero-dependant turn that takes some courage to be fast, requires riding medium to high kerbs and is still short, good for quick testing. It's in a way like a smaller Vallelunga, only that it's a bit too flat. Nordschleife because it has everything, but it takes a long time to complete a lap in turn.
Imola, Barcelona, Vallelunga and Zandvoort are other good choices with good variety to put cars to the test.
Bridgehampton or/and Riverside from mod-tracks and quite often Mugello from the stock ones.
I like Imola, has some up and down corners, not just flat ones.
Imola is fab, I guess it's from race07 days and the BMW I would get a win or at least a podium more or less every time online.