Assetto Corsa Ferrari 70th Anniversary Car Pack And Final Model Voting Detailed

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Assetto Corsa Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLC

Bolting out of the stable a bit prematurely than intended, the details about the upcoming Assetto Corsa Ferrari 70th Anniversary car pack have become known, together with a confirmed ‘fall 2017’ release.

Thanks to user Kelvjy who brought it to our attention on our forums, the page on the official website for the game lists six Ferrari models that will make up all but one of those to be included. It’s a right stormer of a list, not just for Ferrari fans either, but for automotive enthusiasts anywhere!

Assetto Corsa: Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLC

  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
  • 1967 Ferrari 330 P/4
  • 1967 Ferrari 312/67
  • 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO
  • 2004 F2004 F1
  • 2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast

As we already learned at the start of the year, the community will have an opportunity to have a say about its contents and this is taking place through them being able to decide on the final model. This is possible due to Ferrari allowing Kunos Simulazioni to reproduce the winning model from the poll for inclusion pack.

All the usual suspects are in there: from historic racecars, 70s and 90s era F1, a variety of GT-class racers, and oft-forgotten road cars like the 550M and 360 Modena.

Voting is performed by visitors making their choice from the available options, entering their name and email address and then finally submitting their entry. Once done, the vote cannot be changed and the current standings are not viewable either.

It should be realised that because this page went up before it should have that the information contained within it isn’t officially confirmed and is very much subject to change.

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