Here we are back in Assetto Corsa with another mod. This time we have a track mod at the Circuit De Charade & Mr Watton is at the wheel.
Assetto Corsa mod and Mr Watton are back with more great content here at simrace247.com, driving the 1967 Formula 1 Lotus 49 at the Circuit De Charade. With this variant of the track we get a great onboard guide and talk through for the community, featuring details of this circuit and some history of those that have been racing in it.
Fun Facts of the The circuit:
The Circuit first rose to international prominence with the introduction of the two wheel world. Becoming host to the French Motorcycle Grand Prix in 1959, with the legendary John Surtees proving the 500cc victor for MV Augusta. The mountains of the Auvergne would go on to host the race a further nine times until 1974, notable winners including iconic racers such as Phil Read, Mike Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini.
To download this track mod click here: CHARADE _SPC2018 | RaceDepartment
Circuit De Charade:
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