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Alpine A110 GT4 car setups
For many veteran Assetto Corsa Competizione sim racers, the Alpine is a fresh experience. It’s the first Alpine car that has made it in to ACC, and it brings some unique characteristics.
The Alpine is very small, and much smaller than a lot of the other GT4 cars in the game. This makes it extremely light and nimble.
Due to this lightness you can carry a lot of speed into and through corners, allowing you to drive reasonably aggressive. The Alpine really shines on tracks like the Hungaroring where mid corner speed is crucial.
However, you should look to avoid kerbs, as some of the more aggressive kerbs can violently throw the small and nimble Alpine off line.
You can tune out some of the stiffness with a custom setup. Although try to avoid going too far as you may lose some of the mid corner speed that makes this car shine.
Try some of our custom ACC car setups above to really maximise the Alpine’s potential.
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