Scuderia Ferrari is a name synonymous around the world with the development of timeless sports cars. What started as one man’s passion grew into an industry-leading name, and this year Enzo’s brainchild is celebrating a steep milestone as Ferrari turns 70. As a tribute, Assetto Corsa is releasing the Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Pack to give us mere mortals a taste of life behind the wheel of a prancing horse.
The pack will hand you the keys to seven cars, each representing a milestone in the company’s rich history, six chosen by the studio and the seventh selected by public vote. Following thousands of votes, this year’s F1 challenger, the SF70H, was crowned the winner and has been faithfully recreated in digital form. It won with a 15% share of the votes.
Michael Schumacher’s dominating F2004 also makes an appearance.
The DLC description reads:
The Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Pack introduces seven iconic cars, one of which was chosen by the community of the popular racing game. Players voted in the thousands to handpick the SF70H, which came out on top with more than 15% of the total votes. This model is the sixteenth car produced by Ferrari to compete in the F1 World Championship and is now available as part of the Assetto Corsa Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Pack.
With this celebratory pack, players can choose from a selection of seven of the most iconic Ferrari cars ever produced by the Italian car manufacturer through its glorious history, which now all join the amazing line-up of Ferrari models already available in the simulation.
Cars featured in the Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Pack include:
· Ferrari 1962 250 GTO
· Ferrari 1967 330 P4
· Ferrari 1967 312/67
· Ferrari 1984 GTO
· Ferrari 2004 F2004
· Ferrari 2017 812 Superfast
· Ferrari 2017 SF70H
These seven join the game’s current line-up of red beauties very soon, but for now how about enjoying the teaser-trailer above or the screenshots below.
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