Design: Aston Martin Cognizant F1-team ACC-Livery

I’ve been a long-time Vettel fan, ever since his Formula BMW days and his subsequent race replacing Robert Kubica at BMW Sauber. I’ve followed him all the way through the Toro Rosso days to Red Bull and celebrated his four WDC’s as if they were Schumacher’s. His move to Ferrari even made me cheer for the reds again for the first time in a decade, something I thought I’d never do after they kicked Schumi to the kerb.

After the first three years, the cracks started appearing when Leclerc replaced Kimi. It seems as though Ferrari management was favoring the younger driver, Leclerc, over fan favourite Vettel. After two years in which Seb was struggling to perform, he got a way out: to Racing P… eh, Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team. I already feel my allegiances shifting again…

The Design

A couple of days ago, I saw the team announce their logo and with it, they gave a hint to their livery for 2021 – at least in terms of color codes. #005850 (a green-ish blue) and #D6E600 (a green-ish yellow). I decided to take these colors and everything we know about the team, and make a custom livery for ACC with it.

Below are the results. First, some studio screenshots followed by some track shots. More importantly, find the download link and an explanation on how to install below!

Studio shots

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Track shots

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Download & How to

Firstly, you can download the necessary files from my gDrive folder by clicking this link or alternatively, download it from RaceDepartment.

Then, you simply need to copy the folder “Assetto Corsa Competizione”, and put that in your Documents folder. If it asks you to merge folders, please do so.

Now, all you need to do is select the car in game to drive with it!

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  1. March 3, 2021

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