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Assetto Corsa mods Learning The 360 Drift

More great Assetto Corsa drifting content and mods featuring how to 360 drift. A masterful art that needs some practice. Let’s get to it.

Scott Burkhart is back with his drifting content in Assetto Corsa. His mission is to learn how to drift and explain his journey here for those to learn also. Many in the drifting community are artists and extremely skilful at this style of driving. However, Scott is relentless in wanting to achieve a great drifter status. In this video, he is going for the 360 degree drift, lets see how he gets on.

Skill, power and precision. The art of drifting.

Drifting: by John Zhang | Drifting cars, Drifting, Automotive photography

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About Assetto Corsa

Modding & Customization
Assetto Corsa will allow for considerable customization and modification, in order to satisfy the expectations of professional simracers, gamers who prefer to approach the driving experience more progressively, and hobbyists who just like to reproduce and share their cars and tracks, taking advantage of the same editing tools developed and used by the developers of the game.

Gameplay & Features
Assetto Corsa includes a career mode, a list of special and unique events and challenges, as well as fully customizable, single player and multiplayer modes featuring quick races, custom championships, race weekends including free practice session, qualifying session and race. Drag races, drift challenges and much more! Four driving assist profiles (gamer, racer, pro, plus a fully-customizable profile) allow any kind of player to enjoy the simulation at their desired level.

Advanced setup options and telemetry for data analysis; dynamic simulation of the tyre rubber deposited on track, depending on the car laps; an adjustable time of the day mode, featuring sun position calculated in realtime, depending by geographical coordinates of the track and by the sun curve according to time and date, in order to get the same light conditions of the real tracks!

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