Ferrari 488 GT3
The GT3 spec racing variant of the Ferrari 488 was unveiled at the Ferrari Finali Mondali as the successor to the 458. It is powered by a 500-horsepower 3.9 V8 engine with 640 Nm of torque going to the rear axle. The vehicle weighs 1,270 kilograms, giving a weight-to-power ratio of 2.54 kg/hp.
In the Assetto Corsa simulator, the Ferrari stands out from the pack due to: overheating tires, limited aerodynamic settings (when the rear wing is lowered to a certain value, the car loses enough downforce, making it too nervous for racing) and lower speeds on the straights. It also fails to convince with its braking performance or cornering stability. Overtaking faster competitors on the straights is almost impossible, if the difference between drivers remains minor. So far, attempts to balance the performance have not helped. Among the advantages are the sound of the unit, the appearance and... noble origin. This is a car you choose with the heart, not reason.
Ferrari 458 GT2
In its first two racing seasons, the high-performance 458 achieved numerous victories: from the 24 Hours of Le Mans to team titles and the constructors' classification.
The virtual Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 is an incredibly efficient car in terms of aerodynamics and performance. The 4.5-liter V8 engine generates 470 horsepower, which is less than the road-going 458 Challenge. Unlike its road-legal counterpart, the high-performance 458 GT2 doesn't have such high revving characteristics - revving the unit above 6250 rpm is inefficient. The maximum torque of 520 Nm goes to the rear axle. The kerb weight is 1245 kilograms. The car delivers a very positive experience from behind the wheel - it is extremely willing to change direction, stable and despite the lack of ABS, the the braking system is intuitive, it is easy to avoiding wheel lock. It is inferior to its top competitors primarily in straight-line speeds, as well as in braking efficiency.
Lamborghini Huracan GT3
The Lamborghini Huracan in GT3 racing specification is based on a carbon fiber and aluminum chassis. It weighs 1239 kg with a 42/58 front/rear weight distribution. The vehicle has been refined for aerodynamic efficiency in collaboration with Dallara Engineering headed by Gian Paolo Dallara. The heart of the Lambo is a 5.2-liter V10 engine producing 600 hp and 500 Nm of maximum torque.
This is one of the fastest GT3 class cars available in the Assetto Corsa simulator. It has no major flaws, unless the asphalt temperature is too high. At most, after switching from the 488 GT3, you may find it clunky when trying to change direction - it's not as willing to turn. But that's mostly the driving experience, because it doesn't get in the way of quick cornering. In addition, it develops dizzying speeds on the straights and has great brakes. On the plus side, it also has a very wide range of useful aerodynamic settings, stability at the limit of grip, predictable behaviour, a 120-litre fuel tank (the Ferrari has 110 liters) and reasonable fuel consumption (the Ferrari is noticeably more fuel-efficient!), making it more flexible when it terms of tactics.
Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI
The 155 in V6 TI variant is one of the most famous racing cars once competing in the "tourist" class. This representative of Italian motoring won numerous races in one of the most popular and prestigious series. This is the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft, or DTM. The 155 debuted in 1993. Behind the wheel sat Alessandro Nannini and Nicola Larnini.
The heart of the car is a 2.5-liter V6 engine with 420 hp and 294 Nm of maximum torque. Weighing 1050 kilograms, the car is able to accelerate to over 280 km/h. Compared to its competitors, including the M3 E30 and the 190E EVO II, the Alfa Romeo was very competitive in the Assetto Corsa simulator. The BMW, which had ABS but no 4x4, was particularly competitive. The long wheelbase guarantees predictable handling but also greater inertia in corners. And thanks to its efficient power transfer to the tarmac, the Alfa Romeo had no equal when exiting corners.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR
The Romeo Ferraris racing team is responsible for the design of the Giulietta tuned for touring car racing. After years of success in the Trofeo Abarth, the Brescia-based team has decided to take on the challenges of TCR Europe and TCR Italy and will soon compete in the WTCC.
The virtual Giulietta TCR is powered by a 1.7-liter engine producing 351 hp and 472 Nm of maximum torque, transmitted to the front axle. The kerb weight does not exceed 1245 kilograms and the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h lasts 5 seconds. The experience from behind the wheel is quite specific - you have to get used to the huge amounts of grip, as well as traction problems, especially on corner exits when the wheels are turned. Braking is another of the elements that takes some getting used to. But that doesn't change the fact that the Giulietta TCR is easy to drive, and the touring-car racing series itself is a guarantee of a good balance of performance for all the vehicles allowed to compete.
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