So I guess you’ve probably been looking for the latest and best setups in ACC around Laguna Seca but struggled to find any good one?
We all know how essential having a great car setup in Assetto Corsa Competizione is, especially in such a high demanding track like Laguna Seca.
It’s commonly known among sim racers that this track is probably one of the most challenging to drive, especially for GT3 cars.
The changes in elevation throughout the lap are just insane and you can truly feel a sense of immersion while driving on it.
Unfortunately I haven’t had the chance to drive it yet in real life but it’s something I’m actually really looking forward to do soon.
Driving fast around Laguna Seca in ACC GT3
The fact that the track is anti-clockwise means that the setup and the driving have to change quite a bit.
Think about all the tire pressure, cambers and damper settings that we normally use in all clockwise circuits.
In this case we’d have this to be shifted as well as our driving since the right-hand side tires will start to wear off sooner than the left-hand side ones.
The same will be for tire preparation and tire pressures throughout the qualifyng.
Anyways, considering there are many slow to medium speed corners in Laguna Seca, aim to be very efficient under braking and also to get good traction out of the corners.
Also, another very challenging thing here is to find great reference points for braking and turning despite the many blind spots throughout the track.
If your reference are on point, you’ll be able to brake later and go deeper into the corners with much more confidence, as well as improve your consistency during the race.
That’s why I’d suggest playing around with your reference points as much as you possibly can before going into the race.
Free Setup Porsche 911 GT3 in Laguna Seca
Here’s a great Laguna Seca setup for the Porsche 911 GT3 setup I recommend people checking out which is by the way totally free.
As always, happy sim racing! 🙂