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Monaco Street Circuit For Assetto Corsa

Monaco Street Circuit For Assetto Corsa

The illustrious and classic street circuit of Monaco has proven to be a jewel in the crown of F1 racing, this Assetto Corsa mod is worth a look.

Steeped in a rich tapestry of motorsport history and legendary racing moments, the streets of Monaco have borne witness to some of the most iconic battles and triumphs in the world of Formula 1. For racing enthusiasts, this Assetto Corsa mod is a must-explore gem, encapsulating the spirit of this historic racing spectacle.

Nestled in the heart of Monte Carlo, the present-day street circuit spans 3.337km, meandering around the picturesque and breathtaking Monaco harbour. This illustrious track holds the esteemed distinction of being a vital part of the triple crown in the F1 calendar, emphasizing its significance in the racing world.

The Monaco circuit’s evolution over time is a testament to its enduring legacy. From its original 3.180km layout with 14 turns, which witnessed roaring engines from 1929 to 1954, to its current form, the track has undergone subtle changes, with certain turns added or removed, leading to a slight increase in length. Throughout its storied existence, Monaco has remained a beacon of motorsport history, revered for its timeless charm and unforgettable racing moments. Explore the essence of this iconic racing circuit, where history and racing excellence intertwine seamlessly.


Here is what Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1 driver thinks of Monaco 

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