Design: Silk Cut McLaren custom ACC livery

Whilst creating liveries for the upcoming Lamborghini SuperTrofeo, one of our members asked if I could make him one based on the iconic “Silk Cut” Jaguar XJR9 LM. This car, driven by Jan Lammers, Johnny Dumfries and Andy Wallace, won the 1988 Le Mans 24hrs. Its sister car came in a respectable fourth place.

Having made the “Silk Cut” Lamborghini Huracan ST based on the template I created for the SuperTrofeo, he (and I) loved the result. He even asked me how much it would cost for me to make it for the McLaren 720s. Since I don’t do commissions (I wouldn’t even begin to know how to put a price on an effort like this) and because I was interested in making it myself, I did it free of charge.

The result can be seen in the showcase video below. As well as a download link so you can drive it in Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC) for free yourself. Also, screenshots. Lots and lots of beautiful screenshots.

Download

>> DOWNLOAD THE SILK CUT MCLAREN LIVERY HERE <<

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You can download the livery by opening the Google Drive link above. You need to put the files into the corresponding folders (see here for more tips).

Included are two versions, car number 2 (the 1988 Le Mans winner) and car number 22 (1988’s fourth place finisher). The only difference being the names on the roof, as seen below.

Silk Cut Jaguar #2 was driven by Jan Lammers, Johnny Dumries and Andry Wallace
Silk Cut Jaguar #22 was driven by Derek Daly, Kevin Cogan and Larry Perkins

Screenshots

Here are some more screenshots taken from the session I used to record the video above. Enjoy!

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  1. March 3, 2021

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