So I guess you’ve probably been looking for the latest and best setups in ACC around Monza 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 technical track like Monza.
This track demands a really good braking efficiency in order for you to gain time in the chicane of Variante 1 and Variante 2.
You’ll also want to jump the apex kerbs properly to make less distance and rotate the car earlier for the exits.
Assetto Corsa Competizione Monza Setup – Bentley GT3
Driving fast around Monza in ACC with the Bentley GT3
Many sim racers believe that racing around Monza should be simple due to the layout with only 7 “real” corners.
But nothing could be further from the truth, in fact despite having such a limited number of corners, everything is amplified, including mistakes.
If you make a small mistake in Hungaroring you might only lose a tenth or two since you’ll then have a chance to gain back the time immediately, having the track 15 corners.
In Monza though, if you screw up the first chicane, then you’ll be losing much more, perhaps even 3 to 4 tenths especially if the mistake came at the apex or at the exit.
That’s because you’ll have a long straight after that which you basically won’t be able to gain back the time.
So in Monza you’ll want to be really precise with your driving and car control, but also very good on the brakes, because that’s what will make you ultra-fast around here.