Discussion in 'Big Boys Toys GT Tour' started by Ken Jagger, Aug 2, 2020.
In my personal ongoing attempts to provide different racing experiences here at SRO, I am pleased to announce this new series starting on Sunday 27th September 2020.
The idea behind it is to provide the opportunity to enjoy running and competing in some of the world's most desirable GT/Sports/Hypercars.
Members registering for the series will be expected to run each of the five car models at least once in the seven race series, rather than sticking to only one car, the intention behind this concept is to enjoy each of the cars on some of the interesting racetracks around the world and not just compete for race results. However points will continue be awarded as usual, so there is still the element of competition available to enjoy.
With the help and assistance of several of our members, the cars to be used, which are not part of one single AC mod, have been tested and evaluated to see how they compare on performance. Whilst they are reasonably close out of the box, they are not equivalent, therefore a Balance of Performance adjustment will be used using Ballast and Air Restrictor dimensions to try and prevent any cars from being too quick compared to the others. I acknowledge that there are also sometimes differences between members performances, but hopefully BOP adjustments for runaway drivers will not be needed, but are reserved for use if felt necessary.
Hopefully a good number of you will be attracted to this different kind of event and support our efforts to provide an enjoyable experience here at SRO.
These are the cars to be used in this series.
McLaren P1 GTR
Pagani Zonda R
Ho scaricato il circuito mosport ma non funziona
English language only in the Forums please Rocco
The Windows folder structure in the track zip file is:
Mosport 1.0 Final
- assetto corsa
You need to install the assetto corsa folder and contents into your Assetto Corsa installation. If you installed the Mosport 1.0 Final folder it will not work.