ACC Watkins Glen Setup: Nissan GT-R GT3

Have you been looking around for the fastest setups in Assetto Corsa Competizione but struggled to find any good one?

We all know how essential having a great GT3 car setup in ACC is, especially in such a tricky circuit like Watkins Glen.

This track has recently been introduced from the American Track DLC together with COTA and Indianapolis bringing a whole new challenge to the game.

All its medium-to-slow-speed corners are very challenging and will require the car to be quite good on the front and relatively loaded in terms of downforce.

We’ve put together a setup guide that will surely help you get your Nissan GT-R GT3 Evo around Watkins Glen quicker than ever before.

Assetto Corsa Competizione Watkins Glen Setup – Nissan GT-R Nismo

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ACC Watkins Glen Setup: Nissan GT-R GT3

Driving fast around Watkins Glen with the Nissan GT-R GT3 Evo

For you to be quick around Watkins Glen with the Nissan GT-R GT3 Evo you’ll need to have plenty of traction as well as lots of reactivity to be fast in the changes of direction, like in the slow chicane after the back staight.

In addition to that, you’ll always want to run medium-to-high downforce in Watkins Glen as it will help you carry lots of momentum in all the medium speed corners.

Run the front splitter at 0 and the rear wing at 12 and then consider going down to 10 to see if you can improve your lap times without hurting the car balance too much.

In terms of anti roll bars you’ll want to run quite soft overall in order to get lots of traction from the car as well as good mechanical grip.

For a qualy configuration, if you run aRB 3 on the front and aRB 2 on the rear it should be good enough to generate lots of traction but without inducing too much understeer in the car.

The Nissan is ususally pretty strong in terms of straight-line speed so you could focus more on improving the downforce and mechanical grip from the car.

Having said that, once you’re setup is good enough, make sure you then spend some days relentlessly practicing and improving your driving.

That will get you faster lap times and pay really good dividends in your sim racing career.

Here are all the other ACC GT3 Car setups including the Nissan ones in case you were interested. 🙂

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