Assetto Corsa Competizione is a realistic simulation, both in terms of the driving feel and car physics but also in terms of incorporating real world GT racing rules and race formats. It’s also true that there is a lot to learn that isn’t always well documented, either inside the sim, or outside, without some extensive searching. This can leave you in the dark and unsure what to do to get the most from the sim and the ESR events that you enter!

Our very own Michael Magas has made some helpful videos and posted them on YouTube to help all sim racers get the most from ACC. These will be particularly helpful to those of you who are entered into our events. It’s the right thing to do to prepare by watching these videos in advance of any ACC event you enter, so that you know both what to expect and how the sim works. Don’t get avoidable penalties just for not being in the know!

If you’re looking for some quick answers to common questions about the ESR ACC Season 4, or the 2021 ACC Enduro series – click here for our FAQ.

Without further ado, let’s get started:

ACC Guide, part 1: Ratings, settings and menus

ACC Guide, part 2: Track medals and practice

ACC Guide, part 3: Racing, pit stops and HUD

ACC Guide, part 4: Multi-player quirks

ACC Guide, part 5: Flag rules, performance index and custom race entries

ACC Guide, part 6: Custom liveries and GT3 class overview

ACC Guide, part 7: Driver swaps and stints

ACC Guide, part 8: GT4 Class overview

ACC Guide, part 9: Tires, track conditions and bringing everything together

ACC Guide, part 10: Custom liveries and re-visiting starts