Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship: Silverstone

Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship: Silverstone

The British round of the Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship starts today.

The Canadian race confirmed our expectations: The drivers we selected for the Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship are clearly of the highest skill level.

After the starting difficulties of the Imola and Mexico City races, the drivers are beginning to tame the powerful Lotus 98T. Three winners in three GP’s is a testament to the challenges that a full race on Assetto Corsa poses to the drivers. This time it was David Greco of Thrustmaster White who took the lead and the win for the official team of the very well known peripherals company. Behind him were Hany Alsabti, Tuomas Thatela, Kevin Siggy, Jack Keithley, Jackub Charkot and Amos Laurito, who put up a great show.

The fourth episode of the SimracingZone Virtual Studio sums up what happened during an exciting Canadian GP.

After this great episode of our virtual studio, you’ll be ready for the fourth round of the Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship at an insanely fast version of Silverstone. Watch it today at 11:35 AM PST/2:35 PM EST here or in the Twitch player below. Enjoy!

Follow the entire stream of the British Grand Prix, the fourth race of the Eurogamer Assetto Corsa Championship right here.

Matteo Lorenzetti

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Dopo dieci anni di The Games Machine, approda finalmente alla redazione di Eurogamer.it. Onnivoro per quanto riguarda i generi, predilige sparatutto, giochi di guida ed RTS.

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