Donington Park for Assetto Corsa – New Video

BrunUK has released a new preview video of his Donington Park track for Assetto Corsa.

The new video shows two laps around the venue, allowing us to check out all the latest progress made on the scratch-made track.

Located in North West Leicestershire, Donington Park was opened in 1931. The current layout is 4 kilometers long and features 12 turns, the track was the last home to Britain’s World Touring Car Championship round and was originally planned to host the British F1 Grand Prix in 2010

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  • http://www.cycleidiotsavants.com Teqnl

    Looks great! Is it me or am I seeing marbles on the track everywhere? Nice touch!

  • melanieuk1

    Looking very good so far, well done on the scratch made circuit BrunUK

  • Wilsch

    Love that track since the GT-Ledgends days…

  • kenpat .

    Nice job sir, look forward to its release.

  • Paul

    I can almost smell the burger vans! The track is looking really good at this stage BrunUK – thank you and good luck with the rest of the project!

  • Marcos Sanz

    wow looks very accurate

  • TT1

    looks amazing

  • Vinicius Matheus

    Are there marbles on the track? My AC doesn’t have marbles…

  • TC

    Are any of the actual BTCC cars present in Assetto Corsa? Thanks.

    • pez2k

      Patrik Marek is modelling a 1998 Nissan Primera Supertourer as a single car mod I believe.

  • http://batman-news.com Leeman

    Nice. One of my favorites since the days of GTR2. Thanks. Looking forward to the release.

  • Alexandre Martini

    the layout and elevation changes look spot on! keep it up BrunUK! ;)

  • erictheking87

    I hope it won’t be smooth as last donington conversion for AC. Conversion was nice, but track surface was so smooth that I thought I’m racing on silk ;P

  • gt3rsr

    Lovely track, with great flow. But I hate the Melbourne loop and the chicane before it (Foggy Esses).

    • TC

      Maybe the modder will do both variants: GP and National (without Melbourne and Esses).

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