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Assetto Corsa Competizione Multi Class Race

Ermin Hamidovic takes on a race at Oulton Park England with GT3 and GT4 cars in ACC. With a race including a new feature added that allows multi class racing this is quite interesting.

Picture this 18 cars are set on the grid at Oulton Park England, the lights go green and the cars accelerate to T1. Amongst the pack are GT3 and GT4 cars. A dream for many to have multi class racing in Assetto Corsa Competizione. It is now here, something that was asked the day GT4 cars were released in 2020 can now be achieved for the sim racing community and eSports contenders to enjoy.

Coming with the new British GT DLC Pack were a whole host of tweaks and adjustments and it is fair to say we are now in the zone with ACC. More I am sure will be coming in the future but the direction is going in a positive way.

British GT DLC Pack Details:

The BRITISH GT PACK DLC brings all the action of the 2019 British GT Championship by SRO Motorsports Group to Assetto Corsa Competizione. This new DLC pack features three of the most iconic racetracks from the UK:

  • Donington Park Circuit
  • Oulton Park Circuit
  • Snetterton Circuit

Furthermore, the BRITISH GT PACK DLC adds more than 40 new liveries and 70 drivers from the 2019 season, together with a dedicated Championship season. The British GT season is accessible for all players of Assetto Corsa Competizione with base content, and with the corresponding game update (v1.7), all players can now enjoy mixed-class races under the British GT season selection. The three new British tracks and the ability to select GT4 cars is exclusive to owning the BRITISH GT Pack and the GT4 European Series DLC, respectively. However, players who do not yet own the GT4 European Series and the BRITISH GT DLC packs can still enjoy mixed-class races on all base content tracks and race with GT4 opponents on the same track.

To download the pack click here: Assetto Corsa Competizione – British GT Pack on Steam (

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