NEW Wheelbase settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione

We know many of you love Assetto Corsa Competizione, so we’ve worked on the wheelbase settings again. This time, we’ve focused on improving the feel of under/oversteer and better use of the overall force. We’re covering all wheelbases. So, we’ve got you covered whether you own a La Prima, Forte, or Invicta wheelbase.

There is no perfect setup for everyone. Professional drivers use different setups, and so should you.

If you want to dive into a deeper explanation of each of the different settings, check out the iRacing Guide. If you don’t use Assetto Corsa Competizione, you can find wheelbase guides for other games here:

What is Assetto Corsa Competizione?

Assetto Corsa Competizione is one of the best simulators for GT racers. It launched in 2019 and has been the go-to for all GT sim racers ever since.

The graphics are spot on, and the physics are perfect. This really is an excellent sim for the motorsport enthusiast. The game offers a wide range of GT cars, real teams, and real drivers.

The things that stand out in ACC is the level of detail. The cars are reproduced without any compromises. This means that everything from the mirror inside the car to the feeling of smashing through Eau Rouge at Spa Francorchamps is an accurate simulation of the real deal.

You are covered whether you want to drive in the classic V12 beast of the Aston Martin Vantage from 2013 or the newest Ferrari 296 GT3 from 2023. The game offers the newest GT3 cars in the 2023 GT WORLD CHALLENGE PACK and GT4 cars in the GT4 PACK. Find all the cars here: All Cars in ACC

KUNOS Simulazioni has laser-scanned every track you’ll find in the game. Every detail, from the shape of the worn-out curbs at Watkins Glen to Parabolica in Monza is in the game. This attention to detail ensures a gaming experience that is absolutely true to life.

Find all circuits here: All tracks in ACC

Wheelbase Settings for Assetto Corsa Competizione

Firstly, let’s dive into the new RaceHub Settings:



Invicta: 20 nm – Gain 34%

Forte – 18 nm – Gain 36%

La Prima – 12 nm – Gain 50 %

Steering Range: 800 (Max car rotation is 800)

Bumpstop Hardness:

Invicta and Forte: Soft

La Prima: Medium

Bumpstop Range: 0

High-Frequency Limit: No Limit

Damping: 0%

Friction: 15%

Inertia: 3

Cornering Force Assist: Off

Overall Force: 20nm (18 Forte, 12 La Prima)

Torque Behavior Prediction: Off

Torque Acceleration Limit/slew rate: 3.5 Nm/ms

Anti-Oscillation: 0%

Did you know that the Comfort+ and open D rims are a true replication of the wheels found in several GT cars? Check them out here: All new rims 

Assetto Corsa Competizione settings:


Invicta – 34%

Forte – 36%

La Prima – 50%

(The gain has a significant effect on each car. We recommend setting a button on the wheel for adjusting the Force Feedback while racing)

Minimum Force: 0%

Damper: 0%

Dynamic Damping: 25%

Road effects: 0% (This setting doesn’t enhance realism; that’s why we are leaving it turned off)

Frequency: 400Hz

Steer Lock: 800

Steer Linearity: 1.00

Tweaking your in-game and RaceHub settings is as crucial as tweaking the car’s setup. These settings work as an overall baseline. But remember to tweak it to your driving style.


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