ESR ACC GT3 Series 2

ESR Assetto Corsa Competizone is back with season 2 of the Blancpain GT3 Series.

This season we have the 2019 model updates which include six new cars. There are the 2019 Mclaren 720S, Honda NSX EVO, Porsche 991 II R, AMR V8 Vantage, Audi R8 LMS EVO and, finally, the Lamborghini Huracan EVO. Also for this season one more track is added to the roster, a track that’s going to be a promising challenge for GT3 racing. Previous tracks have been resurfaced, changing what was familiar from the 2018 season and new pit crew teams to bolt on new rubber. 
Last season we saw Bentley driver Mike S., Lexus driver Travis W. and Ferrari driver Leandro C. make the top 3 teams of the podium.

Who will it be this season?

Race Schedule:

Date:Circuit:Format:
Sunday November 10thZandvoortPractice
Sunday November 17thZandvoortEndurance
Sunday November 24thZolderPractice
Sunday December 1stZolderSprint
Sunday December 8thNurburgringPractice
Sunday December 15thNurburgringEndurance
Sunday December 22ndBarcelonaPractice
Sunday December 29thBarcelonaEndurance
Sunday January 5thMonzaPractice
Sunday January 12thMonzaSprint
Sunday January 19thBrands HatchPractice
Sunday January 26thBrands HatchEndurance
Sunday February 2ndHungaroringPractice
Sunday February 9thHungaroringEndurance
Sunday February 16thSpa FrancorchampsPractice
Sunday February 23rdSpa FrancorchampsSprint
Sunday March 1stSilverstonePractice
Sunday March 8thSilverstoneEndurance
Sunday March 15thMisanoPractice
Sunday March 22ndMisanoEndurance
Sunday March 29thPaul RicardPractice
Sunday April 5thPaul RicardEndurance

Race Settings:

Fuel: On
Tyre wear: Normal
Mandatory Pit stop: On
Mechanical Damage: On
Practice Day: 90 minute event
Qualifying: 20 minutes
Sprint Format Race: 2 x 25 minutes
Endurance Format Race (Random conditions):60 minutes
Scoring: FIA Global Points System

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