5 tracks that are missing in Assetto Corsa Competizione
Assetto Corsa Competizione

5 Tracks Missing in Assetto Corsa Competizione

Le Mans, Daytona or Road America? We asked our community which circuits they want the most for Assetto Corsa Competizione.

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Assetto Corsa Competizione is an incredibly well-rounded game. But despite all the great features and mechanics, something is still missing: more iconic tracks! We asked our community on social media and YouTube about their opinion. Which circuits do you most want to see in ACC? Here is what you voted for.

5. Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours (France)

This French track is officially part of the GT World Challenge. Therefore, it has a good chance of actually being implemented in the game one day. What makes the circuit so special? It mirrors famous corners and sections from other circuits all across the world, ‘frankensteining’ them into one epic track.

4. Daytona International Speedway (Florida, US)

Oval racing is the most popular motorsports discipline in the USA, and for good reason. Dashing around these tracks feels like you’re flying, so emulating this feeling in ACC would certainly be a blast. The Daytona International Speedway would be the perfect choice as it is also home to the most prestigious NASCAR event, the Daytona 500. The venue has it all: a giant stadium, steep banked curves, a challenging in-field section and the iconic bus stop chicane – it is definitely a great playground.

3. Road America (Wisconsin, US)

Who doesn’t love a good challenge? Road America comes with many elevation changes and tricky corners. With the course being quite narrow, it would also result in some extremely exciting wheel-to-wheel racing for GT4 cars.

2. Sebring International Raceway (Florida, US)

Located right next to the Sebring airport, the International Raceway is unique. The circuit features insanely fast straights which lead into quick corners – a difficult task if you don’t have the perfect control over your car. The venue is also known for its endurance races are becoming increasingly popular in ACC.

1. Circuit de la Sarthe (France)

The 24 hours of Le Mans is the most iconic endurance race of them all so naturally, the Circuit de la Sarthe was most requested by you. If Kunos Simulazioni ever plans to implement the track, the shorter version of the circuit, known as the Circuit Bugatti, would be a mandatory addition to host sprint races as well.

Which track are you most eager to race at in ACC? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!