Assetto Corsa Grand Prix Karting version of the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Formula One was back on the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari last year. This track is a bit different from the usual F1 track. It is anticlockwise and, never seen on any other F1 track but as usual for karttracks, the pit is at the outside of the track, not on the infield. Another special thing; it is in a suburb of Imola. There are people living at the infield of the track. This is usual for a street track, but not for a permanent F1 track. (I wish I was living there during a GP weekend!)
Grand Prix Karting
Grand Prix Karting tracks are F1 tracks with the layout of the original F1 track but the size, look and feel of real world kart tracks. No big runoff areas, but modern wide kerbs, pit not on the infield but on the outside of the track, not many grand stands but a pitbuilding which is also a grandstand. These tracks are not a resized conversion of existing tracks but scratch build. Not laser scanned (because they are fictional circuits) but hand-made, which was a bit of a challenge with some tracks with a lot of elevation in the track and the terrain surrounding the track.
The GPK tracks are originally build as kart tracks for rFactor, but specially adapted for Formula Student and converted to Assetto Corsa.
Would you like to race online on these GPK tracks with the MFTC3 Formula Student car against people from all over the world? Then join the simracing.gp Formula Student community, and race us in in all kinds of events and championship. The community offers short, fast-paced, and clean races for everyone to join
Formula Student is a competition involving universities from all over the world. Students from these universities develop, build and race these purpose-built, single-seater racecars against other universities in competitions that take place all over the world during the summer months. Formula Student is probably the most prestigious engineering competition at a student level.
MAD Formula Team
MAD Formula Team is one of these teams, representing University Carlos III of Madrid across Europe. The team is a relatively small and young team composed of over 50 students from various degrees, and currently fully focused on designing and developing the MFT01, the 2021 challenger. The team developed the MAD Formula Team MFTC3 mod for Assetto Corsa, and you can test it out for free here: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/mad-formula-team-mftc3.36690/
Track converted to Assetto Corsa by RMI Wood & Ofitus21.
Track cameras by DaBaeda.
Original track created for rFactor by Nitro McClean.