Assetto Corsa Competizione|1.9.6更新及GT2 Pack

Version 1.9.6 for Assetto Corsa Competizione on PC is now live as a free update, complementing the paid-for GT2 DLC pack.

 

Following weeks of teasers, it includes a new category for the simulation, six fresh cars and the Red Bull Ring venue for use across all vehicle types.

 

Key Assetto Corsa Competizione 1.9.6 Update Changes

 

GT World Challenge 2023 Menu Option

 

Now, when selecting a car, you can select the 2023 season. This is notable because before the 1.9.6 update the 2023-spec cars released in the previous DLC pack – Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2, Ferrari 296 GT3 and Porsche 911 (992) GT3 R – were within the Open Series option.

 

Now, they are within the correct year and are also joined by older-spec cars still used in competitions last season. They now have 2023-season liveries and drive line-ups to boot.

 

2023-Season GT3 liveries

 

There are 11 cars with new liveries now added from the prior season via the 1.9.6 update, irrespective of purchasing the GT2 pack or not. Although, rather obviously, to unlock all designs, you must own all the GT3 cars with some tied up in additional DLC sets.

 

With this in mind, here’s every 2023-season GT3 livery now in Assetto Corsa Competizione:

 

Aston Martin (AMR) Vantage GT3 (2019) 

 

  • Bullitt Racing #33 Silver – Jeffrey Kingsley, Jacob Riegel, Romain Leroux 
  • Aston Martin Racing The Racers Group (TRG) #007 Pro-Am – Derek Deboer, Ross Gunn

 

Audi R8 LMS evo II (2022) 

 

  • Audi Sport Team Comtoyou #11 Pro – Christopher Haase, Frédéric Vervisch, Gilles Magnus 
  • Comtoyou Racing #11 Pro – Christopher Haase, Lucas Légeret 
  • Comtoyou Racing #12 Silver – Frédéric Vervisch, Nicolas Baert 
  • Comtoyou Racing #21 Pro-Am – Finlay Hutchison, Gilles Magnus 
  • Comtoyou Racing #11 Pro – Christopher Haase, Frédéric Vervisch, Gilles Magnus 
  • Comtoyou Racing #12 Silver – Finlay Hutchison, Loris Hezemans, Sam Dejonghe 
  • Comtoyou Racing #12 Silver – Finlay Hutchison, Loris Hezemans, Sam Dejonghe, Lucas Légeret 
  • Comtoyou Racing #21 Pro-Am – Max Hofer, Maxime Soulet, Nicolas Baert 
  • Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute #11 Pro-Am – Andrew Haryanto, James Yu Kuai 
  • Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute #11 Pro-Am – Andrew Haryanto, James Yu Kuai 
  • Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute #13 Pro-Am – Sun Jingzu, Congfu Cheng 
  • Audi Sport Team Saintéloc #25 Pro – Patric Niederhauser, Simon Gachet, Christopher Mies 
  • Audi Sport Tresor Orange 1 #40 Pro – Mattia Drudi, Ricardo Feller, Dennis Marschall 
  • Boutsen VDS #9 Pro-Am – Aurélien Panis, Alberto de Folco 
  • Boutsen VDS #10 Pro-Am – Adam Eteki, Casar Gazeau 
  • Boutsen VDS #9 Pro-Am – Aurélien Panis, Adam Eteki, Alberto de Folco 
  • Boutsen VDS #10 Silver – Casar Gazeau, Andrea Cola, Roee Meyuhas 
  • CSA Racing #888 Am – Arthur Rougier, Igor Walilko, Erwin Creed 
  • GMG Racing #14 Pro-Am – James Sofronas, Tom Dyer 
  • Saintéloc Racing #25 Pro – Patric Niederhauser, Erwan Bastard 
  • Saintéloc Racing #26 Pro-Am – Simon Gachet, Paul Evrard 
  • Saintéloc Racing #27 Pro – Christopher Mies, Gregoire Demoustier 
  • Saintéloc Racing #25 Pro – Patric Niederhauser, Simon Gachet, Christopher Mies 
  • Saintéloc Racing #26 Silver – Gregoire Demoustier, Erwan Bastard, Paul Evrard 
  • Phoenix Racing Scherer Sport PHX #17 Pro – Nicki Thiim, Kelvin van der Linde, Luca Engstler 
  • Tresor Attempto Racing #99 Silver – Alex Aka, Lorenzo Patrese 
  • Tresor Attempto Racing #66 Am – Dylan Pereira, Kikko Galbiati, Andrey Mukovoz 
  • Tresor Attempto Racing #99 Silver – Lorenzo Patrese, Alex Aka, Pietro Delli Guanti 
  • Tresor Orange 1 #40 Pro – Mattia Drudi, Ricardo Feller 
  • Tresor Orange 1 #333 Pro – Pietro Delli Guanti, Alessio Deledda 
  • Tresor Orange 1 #40 Pro – Mattia Drudi, Ricardo Feller, Dennis Marschall 
  • Uno Racing Team #16 Pro-Am – Ma Rio, Junlin Pun, Adderly Fong, Xiaole He

 

BMW M4 GT3 (2022) 

 

  • Team WRT #46 Pro – Valentino Rossi, Maxime Martin 
  • Team WRT #30 Pro-Am – Niklas Krütten, Calan Williams 
  • Team WRT #31 Pro – Thomas Neubauer, Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer 
  • Team WRT #32 Pro – Dries Vanthoor, Charles Weerts 
  • Team WRT #46 Pro – Valentino Rossi, Maxime Martin, Augusto Farfus 
  • Team WRT #30 Pro-Am– Niklas Krütten, Calan Williams, Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer 
  • Team WRT #31 Am – Adam Carroll, Lewis Proctor, Tim Whale 
  • Team WRT #32 Pro – Dries Vanthoor, Charles Weerts, Sheldon van der Linde 
  • Team WRT #30 Pro – Philipp Eng, Sheldon van der Linde, Dries Vanthoor 
  • Team WRT #31 Pro – Augusto Farfus, Charles Weerts, Maxime Martin 
  • BimmerWorld #94 Pro – Chandler Hull, Bil Auberlen 
  • BMW Italia Ceccato Racing #15 Pro-Am – Stefano Comandini, Marco Cassarà, Francesco Guerra 
  • ROWE Racing #98 Pro – Marco Wittmann, Philip Eng, Nick Yelloly 
  • ROWE Racing #998 Pro – Daniel Harper, Max Hesse, Neil Varhagen 
  • ST Racing #38 Pro-Am – Samantha Tan, John Edwards 
  • Walkenhorst Motorsport #35 Am – Anders Buchardt, Thomas Neubauer, James Kell

 

Ferrari 296 GT3 (2023) 

 

  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #52 Am – Louis Machiels, Andrea Bertolini 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #71 Silver – Sean Hudspeth, Nicola Marinangeli 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #50 Am – Ulysse De Pauw, Nico Varrone, Julien Piquet, Simon Mann 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #51 Pro – Nicklas Nielsen, Alessio Rovera, Robert Shwartzman 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #52 Am – Andrea Bertolini, Louis Machiels, Jef Machiels 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #53 Silver – Manuel Franco, Cedric Sbirrazzuoli, Lilou Wadoux 
  • AF Corse Francorchamps Motors #71 Pro – Davide Rigon, Daniel Serra, Antonio Fuoco 
  • Conquest Racing #21 Pro – Alessandro Balzan, Manuel Franco 
  • Emil Frey Racing #14 Pro – Giacomo Altoè, Konsta Lappelainen   
  • Emil Frey Racing #69 Pro – Albert Costa, Thierry Vermeulen 
  • ST Racing Rinaldi Racing #38 Pro-Am – Samantha Tan, Isaac Tutumlu Lopez, Leonard Weiss, Jon Miller 
  • Triarsi Competizione #33 Pro-Am – Ryan Dalziel, Justin Wetherill

 

Honda NSX GT3 Evo (2010) 

 

  • Nova Race #28 Silver – Jacopo Guidetti, Leonardo Moncini 
  • Nova Race #68 Silver – Erwin Zanotti, Diego Di Fabio 
  • Racers Edge Motorsports #93 Pro – Ashton Harrison, Mario Farnbacher 

 

Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo (2019) 

 

  • GSM AB1 GT3 Team #18 Silver – Fernando Croce, Nicholas Risitano 

 

Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 (2023) 

 

  • Iron Lynx #19 Pro-Am – Rolf Ineichen, Michele Beratta, Leonardo Pulcini 
  • Iron Lynx #63 Pro – Mirko Bortolotti, Andrea Caldarelli, Jordan Pepper 
  • Iron Lynx #83 Pro-Am – Sarah Bovy, Michelle Gatting, Rahel Frey 
  • Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Srl (VSR) #60 Pro – Jordan Pepper, Frank Perera 
  • Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Srl (VSR) #119 Silver – Baptiste Moulin, Marcus Paverud 
  • Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Srl (VSR) #163 Silver – Rolf Ineichen, Yuki Nemoto 
  • Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Srl (VSR) #60 Silver – Luis Michael Dörrbecker, Marcus Paverud, Baptiste Moulin, Artem Petrov 
  • AGS Events #8 Am – Nicolas Jamin, Antonin Borga, Leonardo Gorini 
  • Barwell Motorsport #78 Pro-Am – Robert Collard, Adam Balon, Dennis Lind 
  • CrowdStrike Racing by Leipert Motorsport #70 Pro-Am – Gerhard Watzinger, Brendon Leitch, Kerong Li, Jean-Francois Brunot 
  • GRT Grasser Racing Team #58 Silver – Sam Neary, Fabrizio Crestani, Ricky Capo 
  • GRT Grasser Racing Team #85 Silver – Clemens Schmid, Glenn Van Barlo, Benjamin Hites 
  • K-PAX Racing #6 Pro – Marco Mapelli, Frank Perera, Sandy Mitchell

 

McLaren 720S GT3 Evo 

 

  • Garage 59 #159 Pro – Benjamin Goethe, Nicolai Kjærgaard 
  • Garage 59 #188 Am – Miguel Ramos, Henrique Chaves 
  • Garage 59 #159 Pro – Benjamin Goethe, Nicolai Kjærgaard, Marvin Kirchhöfer 
  • Garage 59 #188 Pro – Miguel Ramos, Henrique Chaves, Louis Prette 
  • Inception Racing #7 Am – Brendan Iribe, Oliver Millroy, Frederik Schandorff, Fran Rueda 
  • JP Motorsport #111 Pro – Christian Klien, Dean Macdonald 
  • JP Motorsport #112 Am – Norbert Siedler, Patryk Krupinski 
  • Optimum Motorsport #5 Pro-Am – Charlie Fagg, Sam De Haan, Alex Peroni 
  • Optimum Motorsport #5 Pro-Am – Charlie Fagg, Sam De Haan, Dean Macdonald, Tom Gamble 
  • Sky Tempesta Racing #93 Am – Chris Froggatt, Jonathan Hui, Edward Cheever

 

Mercedes-AMG GT3 2020 

 

  • AKKODIS ASP Team #87 Am – Jim Pla, Eric Debard 
  • AKKODIS ASP Team #88 Pro – Raffaele Marciello, Timur Boguslavskiy 
  • AKKODIS ASP Team #87 Pro – Thomas Drouet, Maximilian Götz, Lorenzo Ferrari 
  • AKKODIS ASP Team #88 Pro – Raffaele Marciello, Jules Gounon, Timur Boguslavskiy 
  • AKKODIS ASP Team #89 Am – Rodrigo Baptista, Adalberto Baptista, Bruno Baptista, Alan Hellmeister 
  • CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports #4 Pro-Am – Colin Braun, George Kurtz 
  • CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports #4 Pro-Am – George Kurtz, Colin Braun, Felipe Fraga, Ian James 
  • DXDT Racing #8 Pro-Am – Scott Smithson, Bryan Sellers 
  • DXDT Racing #91 Pro-Am – Jeff Burton, Corey Lewis 
  • Esses Racing with Mercedes-Benz of Austin #19 Am – Adam Carroll, Will Hardeman 
  • GetSpeed #2 Pro-Am – Andrzej Lewandowski, Lance Bergstein, Aaron Walker 
  • GetSpeed #3 Pro-Am – Patrick Assenheimer, Alex Peroni, Florian Scholze 
  • HRT #77 Silver – Frank Bird, Jordan Love 
  • HRT #79 Am – Hubert Haupt, Sébastien Baud 
  • HRT #79 Am – Hubert Haupt, Sébastien Baud, Arjun Maini 
  • HRT #64 Pro-Am – Frank Bird, Matthew Bell, Naveen Rao, James Cottingham 
  • Madpanda Motorsport #90 Silver – Ezequiel Companc, Jesse Salmenautio 
  • Madpanda Motorsport #90 Silver – Ezequiel Companc, Magnus Gustavsen, Alexey Nesov 
  • Mercedes-AMG Team AKKODIS ASP Team #87 Pro – Thomas Drouet, Maximilian Götz, Lorenzo Ferrari 
  • Mercedes-AMG Team Al Manar GetSpeed Performance #777 Pro – Luca Stolza, Fabian Schiller, Maro Engel 
  • Mercedes-AMG Team Craft Bamboo Racing #77 Pro – Raffaele Marciello, Maximilian Götz, Jules Gounon 
  • Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Team #999 Pro – Maro Engel, Daniel Juncadella, Mikaël Grenier 
  • RealTime Racing #43 Am – Anthony Bartone, Any Pilgrim 
  • Sun Energy 1 Racing #75 Pro-Am – Martin Konrad, Adam Osieka, Chaz Mostert, Nicky Catsburg 
  • Theeba Motorsport #81 Am – Fabian Schiller, Reema Juffali 
  • Theeba Motorsport #81 Am – Alain Valente, Reema Juffali, Ralf Aron 
  • TR3 Racing #9 Pro-Am – Ziad Ghandour, Daniel Morad 
  • Winward Racing #57 Pro-Am – Russell Ward, Philip Ellis, Indy Dontje 
  • Winward Racing #157 Pro-Am – Marius Zug, Miklas Born, David Schumacher

 

Porsche 911 (991 II) GT3 R (2019) 

 

  • ACI Motorsport #120 Pro-Am – Spencer Pumpelly, Pedro Torres 
  • Wright Motorsports #120 Pro-Am – Adam Adelson, Elliott Skeer 

 

Porsche 911 (992) GT3 R (2023) 

 

  • Pure Rxcing #991 Am – Alex Malykhin, Ayhancan Güven 
  • Pure Rxcing #991 Am – Alex Malykhin, Joel Sturm, Klaus Bachler 
  • Absolute Racing #911 Pro-Am – Alessio Picariello, Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak 
  • Absolute Racing #992 Pro-Am – Alexandre Imperatori, Bao Jinlong 
  • Car Collection Motorsport #24 Pro-Am – Ivan Jacoma, Alex Fontana, Niki Leutwiler 
  • CLRT #44 Am – Steven Palette, Marco Cassarà 
  • CLRT #22 Pro-Am – Dorian Boccolacci, Stephane Denoual, Emil Caumes  
  • CLRT #44 Pro-Am – Steven Palette, Clement Mateu, Hugo Chevalier 
  • Dinamic GT Huber Racing #54 Pro – Christian Engelhart, Adrien De Leener 
  • Dinamic GT Huber Racing #55 Am – Philipp Sager, Christopher Zoechling 
  • Dinamic GT Huber Racing #54 Pro – Christian Engelhart, Ayhancan Güven, Sven Müller 
  • Dinamic GT Huber Racing #55 Am – Marius Nakken, Ben Barker, Philipp Sager 
  • Dinamic GT Huber Racing #56 Silver – Daniele Di Amato, Jop Rappange, Tanart Sathienthirakul 
  • GMG Racing #32 Pro-Am – Kyle Washington, Jeroen Bleekemolen 
  • GMG Racing #132 Pro-Am – Patrick Long, James Sofronas, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Kyle Washington, 
  • Grove Racing #23 Am – Earl Bamber, Brenton Grove, Stephen Grove, Anton De Pasquale 
  • Herberth Motorsport #91 Am – Ralf Bohn, Robert Renauer 
  • Herberth Motorsport #91 Am – Ralf Bohn, Robert Renauer, Robert Renauer, Glenn Van Berlo 
  • Huber Motorsport #20 Am – Jannes Fittje, Matteo Cairoli, Antares Au 
  • Manthey EMA #92 Pro – Julien Andlauer, Laurens Vanthoor, Kevin Estre 
  • MDK Motorsports #53 Pro – Seth Lucas, Trenton Estep 
  • Modena Motorsports #216 Pro-Am – Francis Tjia, John Shen, Benny Simonsen, Mathias Beche 
  • Rearden Racing #85 Pro-Am – Christian Engelhart, Vesko Kozarov 
  • RS1 #28 Pro – Stevan McAleer, Eric Filgueiras 
  • Rutronik Racing #96 Pro – Dennis Olsen, Thomas Preining, Laurin Heinrich 
  • Team Parker Racing #62 Am – Derek Pierce, Andy Meyrick, Kiern Jewiss 
  • Wright Motorsports #45 Pro-Am – Charlie Luck, Jan Heylen

 

New GT3 and GT4 Balance of Performance

 

One line in the latest ACC patch notes reads as follows:

 

“General revision of BOP for GT3 and GT4 classes.”

 

Following the version 1.9 update early last year, over time the competitive nature of the platform sees competitors looking for physics exploits, and perhaps more obviously, the ideal car and track combinations.

 

With BoP being as it is, certain vehicles will favour certain scenarios, and once this is figured out it can become widely adopted when selecting vehicles.

 

While developer Kunos Simulazioni does not release specific changes, a tweak in this department could be significant for those competing in leagues and top-tier esports competitions – some of which run custom BoP adjustments. We suspect these must now be recalculated.

 

Key Assetto Corsa Competizione GT2 DLC features

 

The first DLC pack for Assetto Corsa Competizione in 2024 includes a new category of vehicle, GT2, with six new cars plus the Red Bull Ring circuit. The track can be used across all car classes and game modes.

 

GT2 Pack Car List

 

As previously discussed, here are the new vehicles:

 

– Audi R8 LMS GT2

– KTM X-Bow GT2

– Maserati MC20 GT2

– Mercedes-AMG GT2

– Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport Evo

– Porsche 935 (2019)

 

 

 

 

For each, there are 2023 GT2 European Series liveries and drivers, although it’s worth noting that the Maserati has the least as it only debuted during the season’s final round.

 

Lamborghini and Ferrari in GT2 Class

 

Yes, that’s right, the existing Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo and Lamborghini Huracán ST EVO2 from one-make championships can be added to GT2 races.

 

This is because in the real world, during the GT2 European Series, these vehicles have been used despite not fully conforming to the classification or being built from the ground up at GT2 machines.

 

 

 

 

Both were part of the 2022 Challengers Pack DLC and were in the Open Series category only until this latest update. So, if you own both that download, plus the new GT2 set, here are two additional cars to add to a grid.

 

George Morgan commentary

 

If you listen carefully while sitting in the Red Bull Ring’s pitlane you will hear some commentary taken from the real world and placed into ACC.

Those are the thumping sounds of Welsh commentator Geroge Morgan, who casts sim racing events such as ESL R1 and PSGL alongside motorsport.

 

How Much Does Assetto Corsa Competizione’s GT2 Pack Cost?

 

The GT2 Pack for ACC is priced at €17.99/$17.99/£14.99.

 

How Much Does Assetto Corsa Competizione’s GT2 Pack Cost?

 

We suspect the GT2 Pack will make its way to console versions of Assetto Corsa Competizione as all prior DLCs have. But, as it stands, there has been no formal confirmation.

 

Assetto Corsa Competizione version 1.9.6 update changelog

 

GENERAL:

– Added Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe 2023 season as bonus content with all entries, liveries and drivers and championship season.

NOTE: certain entries may be subject to DLC ownership.

NOTE: as with any major update, game menu settings (stored in menuSettings.json) will likely reset on first initialization.

IMPORTANT: reloading of Video presets will likely be necessary.

– Added Fanatec GT2 European Series (2023 season entries) as DLC content.

– Added Red Bull Ring as DLC content.

– Added Audi R8 LMS GT2 as DLC content.

– Added KTM X-BOW GT2 as DLC content.

– Added Mercedes-AMG GT2 as DLC content.

– Added Maserati GT2 as DLC content

– Added Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport Evo as DLC content.

– Added Porsche 935 as DLC content.

 

GAMEPLAY/UI:

– Added 2023 as unique season available from the Single Player menu.

IMPORTANT: since some of the existing content is now moved into dedicated seasons, some older replays or saved games might not be compatible as a result.

– Added GT2 as unique season (as DLC).

– Added GT2 as class in Open Series custom races and opponent mix categories.

– Added GT2 as class in Multiplayer filters.

– AI cars can now share pit boxes in Single Player.

 

PHYSICS:

– General revision of BOP for GT3 and GT4 classes.

– Fixed a potential issue with the AI overloading the physics thread when spawning at session start.

 

Source:https://www.overtake.gg/games/assetto-corsa-competizione/assetto-corsa-competizione-1-9-6-update-and-gt2-pack-all-you-need-to-know/