How do you personally group cars?PC 

Which category of car do you prefer to race in Assetto Corsa (each option includes vintage as well)


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MisterWaffles

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I'm sure you're all well aware that Assetto Corsa has several boatloads of content floating around the internet. For the more OCD-inclined of us, we take a lot of time polishing our copies of Content Manager to look as spiffy as possible. This of course involves taking the time to organize the heaps of content into groups a-la GRiD or Project CARS. Since the game doesn't use these filters by default, many people are stuck having to decide where the heck to put some cars they come across. That's where this thread comes in. I'd like to see what people have done to organize their content, what controversial groupings people have made, what ways they use tags etc.

For example, here's my LMP2 group. To post stuff in this thread, just screengrab what you have and post it here.

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I'm hoping people can use this thread to ask questions about where to put certain cars, give inspiration for making new groupings other may not have tried before and so on. You don't just have to post pictures and there can be open discussion.

I think the only rule for this thread is to please don't ask for mods, we have an entire thread dedicated to that already and I'd hate for this conversation to devolve into another wishlist thread.
 
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I'm sure you're all well aware that Assetto Corsa has several boatloads of content floating around the internet. For the more OCD-inclined of us, we take a lot of time polishing our copies of Content Manager to look as spiffy as possible. This of course involves taking the time to organize the heaps of content into groups a-la GRiD or Project CARS. Since the game doesn't use these filters by default, many people are stuck having to decide where the heck to put some cars they come across. That's where this thread comes in. I'd like to see what people have done to organize their content, what controversial groupings people have made, what ways they use tags etc.

For example, here's my LMP2 group. To post stuff in this thread, just screengrab what you have and post it here.

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I'm hoping people can use this thread to ask questions about where to put certain cars, give inspiration for making new groupings other may not have tried before and so on. You don't just have to post pictures and there can be open discussion.

I think the only rule for this thread is to please don't ask for mods, we have an entire thread dedicated to that already and I'd hate for this conversation to devolve into another wishlist thread.

I might be a complete dumbass but how do you group your cars together like that??
 

MisterWaffles

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I might be a complete dumbass but how do you group your cars together like that??

Forgive the crudeness but here's a quick tutorial:

Here on Content Manager within your Content > Cars menu is where you find your tags

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By deleting/renaming tags, you can group cars together much easier in order to make groups of specific cars. What these groups represent is up to you, you can sort by JDM, Muscle, Race etc. or you can use it like I do and create car classes a-la Project CARS 2. Cars can have an unlimited number of tags.

Once you give a series of cars in your content folder a specific tag, go to your Drive > Select Car > Tags menu to view the tags you are currently using. Select a tag to view what cars have been grouped together using said tag.

For example, here is my "GT1/90" tag:

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If you have the time, I recommend deleting all the tags in the game and only keeping the tags that let you class each car by racing series, this allows you to quickly access any racing series in the Drive menu whenever you want. Unfortunately manually deleting all the tags on each car takes a while.

Basically the whole point of this thread is I wanted to see how other people have been using their tags and what groups I could possibly be missing or could have put together better.
 
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Forgive the crudeness but here's a quick tutorial:

Here on Content Manager within your Content > Cars menu is where you find your tags

View attachment 896041

By deleting/renaming tags, you can group cars together much easier in order to make groups of specific cars. What these groups represent is up to you, you can sort by JDM, Muscle, Race etc. or you can use it like I do and create car classes a-la Project CARS 2. Cars can have an unlimited number of tags.

Once you give a series of cars in your content folder a specific tag, go to your Drive > Select Car > Tags menu to view the tags you are currently using. Select a tag to view what cars have been grouped together using said tag.

For example, here is my "GT1/90" tag:

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If you have the time, I recommend deleting all the tags in the game and only keeping the tags that let you class each car by racing series, this allows you to quickly access any racing series in the Drive menu whenever you want. Unfortunately manually deleting all the tags on each car takes a while.

Basically the whole point of this thread is I wanted to see how other people have been using their tags and what groups I could possibly be missing or could have put together better.

Awesome thanks mate. I just couldn't figure it out and was getting tired of clicking things in the hope that it was hidden away somewhere lol. Using tags makes plenty of sense though as it's a quick way of doing things.
I've actually just been grouping cars by making presets so I just load up a saved preset but it doesn't show the other cars like your way does.
I'll be sure to post a screen shot in here if I find another way to sort cars and tracks out.
 

MisterWaffles

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I will have a lot of work to do, because I have a lot of classes.:nervous:

Here is my first one.

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Interesting. I've just recently begun putting together a similar class I've called "Track Day Lightweights", although it's nowhere near as comprehensive as yours at the moment. Interesting choice of putting the Vuhl in there, I opted to put that car in my street categories instead. I wonder if the BAC Mono would fit in your class there well.

Here is my current Track Day Lightweights class for comparison:

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I'd like to get it balanced at some point (if possible), but for now it's pretty much just for doing what it says in the title, track days.

Here are some other interesting classes I've made recently that fall outside of traditional motorsports groups.

I've created a V8 Silhouette class featuring three similarly laid-out racing cars with very comparable performance. Easy to get good races with these three using a bit of ballast.

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Grassroots Cup is an interesting one. I'm currently using this as the first series you partake in for a custom campaign I'm creating using CM's user championships feature. Balance on this one is iffy at the moment as it's a hodgepodge of various beginner's series.

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GT Cup is another hodgepodge of various single-make cars, but this time it's based on the class of the same name from the Pirelli World Challenge (plus a couple of others). The TT-RS is very slow and the SEAT Cupra GT is unrealistically fast, so I'm still tweaking some things. The Evora is here because it raced against 911 Cup cars in Grand-Am.

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MisterWaffles

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@Sylana82 Interesting that you've got a very similar group to me when it comes to Group C cars. I seem to lack the Nissan R91CP, while you seem to lack the Jaguar XJR-9. Also interesting is that you've labelled the 905 as the '93 model where I have it as the '92 model (it probably doesn't matter that much).

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Now, a couple more unrelated classes just for fun:

Group A on my copy of AC currently only has three cars. I'd love to find some more if they're out there somewhere. The Starion tune is one of my earlier ones from a while ago. I should probably give it a little update soon.

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On the other end of my Track Day spectrum from the lightweights class is the Hypercars class. I think the most fun car out of these is the Brabham. It's very fun to race this group at the new Zandvoort layout. I have a video of it over in that respective thread if anyone wants to watch it.

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You might have noticed that the 599XX and Zonda R are absent from the previous group. That's because they've been transferred over to my 2000s GT1 class. They were there initially to pad the group, but have sort of become engrained into the foundation of it and affect the BoP as a result:

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I know the RSS GT pack cars count as 2000s GT1 cars, but I keep them separate in their own class called "RSSGT"

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MisterWaffles

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Hi , someone know how to find folder in content manager to delete all tags in one time ?

Tags are kept in the UI.json file of every individual car, so you need to delete each car’s tags one by one if you want to do that, unfortunately. I got it done in a day or two but I had a lot of time on my hands, so if I were you, I’d just take it slow and do a little bit every day going down the list. Not sure how many cars you have but that of course will affect the time it takes to finish it.
 

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Hey everyone, just here to show off my new theme. Yeah, that's pretty much it really. I really just gotta say that I love this new "spotter guide" theme my CM presets have.

What happens when you have a Porsche or two in pretty much every racing category and can't figure out where to put the 911 GT America by IER Simulations? I propose a new solution. Welcome to American GT, here the 911 slots in along with several other "undesirables" from American road racing along with some SCCA and ALMS cars that are all near GT3 specs. Most are grid filler with the Porsche being the obvious one you want to drive, but I actually found the Camaro and Viper to be pretty decent before. The CTS-V needs a lot of love because it's quite an old conversion.

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When balanced, the cars above are actually pretty fun to battle with around tracks like Mid-Ohio and Road America. Can't wait to get back to racing these with my new system at the end of the month with improved graphics.

Meanwhile an update for Track Day Hypercars. The RTM Apollo IE was dropped because it's a horrible mod. In it's place sprouts two new mods in the forms of the Senna GTR from somewhere and the official Dallara Stradale. Hopefully the Dallara runs well with them. I'll find out soon enough hopefully. The Vulcan despite being RTM remains as grid filler.

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Meanwhile, the Zonda R and 599XX Evo remain absent from Track Day Hypercars. Since in terms of performance they're more like Track Day Supercars, they remain within the GT1/00 class from my previous post. However now the GT1/00 class has been merged with RSS GT, Legion's GT1 mod and a few of my own GT1 balancing tunes to become GT Group 1 Modern. The 90's GT1 cars remain with each other as GT Group 1 Classic instead.

(if you're wondering, yes that means GT2 > GT Group 2, GT3 > GT Group 3, GT4 > GT Group 4 etc. I just did that to be fancy)

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Here is a look into GT Group 1 Classic. It remains largely the same with the addition of the F50 and TS020 from Legion.

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Where would I put the original McLaren F1 GT-R you may ask? Well, the Historic GT Invitational class seeks to answer that question. Here, pre-1996 GT1 cars gather in a series similar to the BPR Global GT. This class could use a good Bugatti, Venturi, Jaguar or others to bolster it's ranks. For now, it remains a small series with a few JDM GT1 icons, the GTO LM race car from Gran Turismo, and the Viper from 1995.

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That's all for now. The rebuilding process is going very well and in some cases I'd say it's actually made some groupings of mine better as a result. The new theme is pretty awesome too as it sort of acts as a spotters-guide lookalike and a metaphor for starting fresh like I had to after my old computer crashed.
 

MisterWaffles

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Hold on, I forgot a category.

So you've got an Audi TT cup and have no idea what to do with it. It's too slow for the TCR category and GT4, so where to put it besides One Make? I have the solution in a class called Touring Group 2. Here, this category accepts one-make FWD cup cars with 3.5 - 4 kg/hp. The Mini Cooper and Fiat Tipo from Racedepartment join the new RCZ Cup from Assettoland to form this junior category that slots below Touring Group 1, or TCR as you probably know it.

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Hey guys, after getting my new laptop and finally finishing my AC setup, I've settled at 456 individual cars and almost 70 car classifications. I figured it would be much easier if I just listed them all off in one post giving a brief synopsis/criteria for each tag I use instead of those old screenshot/explanation posts I used to make.

Without further ado, I'll bring you all through my list.

  1. ACFL 2019 - Exactly what it says on the tin. ACFL's complete 2019 season pack.
  2. American GT - Mid 2000 to 10's SCCA/IMSA GT cars that weren't full GT2 or GT3 cars. Includes some fictional models. eg. 911 GT America.
  3. Can/Am - Historic Can/Am prototypes. (the only one I have is the Porsche 917/30 Spyder)
  4. Class One - FIA Class One touring cars. Includes URD T5 + JT5, Honda NSX/Lexus LC500 GT500 mods.
  5. Classic DTM - Late 80's to early 90's DTM touring cars.
  6. Drift - Never use this class, all the stock tuned drift cars from Kunos.
  7. Formula 1 - Pre-hybrid era modern Formula One cars. V8s + V10s essentially.
  8. Formula 2 - Lotus Exos 125 + RSS Formula 2 V8 (BoP'd)
  9. Formula 3 - RSS Formula 3 V6
  10. Formula 4 - Griiip G1 Aprilia + Tatuus FA01 & IFM '09. (BoP'd)
  11. Formula Hybrid - Post-2014 Hybrid F1 cars. RSS Formula Hybrids + Kunos V6 Ferraris (any race I do with these cars is single make)
  12. Formula NA Oval - VRC's Indycars in oval aero settings.
  13. Formula NA Road - VRC's Indycars in road aero settings.
  14. Grassroots Cup - Budget cup cars like the MX-5 and Abarth AC. (BoP'd)
  15. GT Cup Series - Non-GT3 cup cars like the Ferrari Challenge, Lamborghini Super Trofeo, Porsche Carrera Cup (BoP'd)
  16. GT Group 1 Classic - Late 90's GT1 homologation specials (basically prototypes) (BoP'd)
  17. GT Group 1 Modern - 2000s GT1 cars + fictional cars + Zonda R & 599XX Evo. (BoP'd)
  18. GT Group 2 - FIA GT2/GTE, IMSA GT2/GTLM and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  19. GT Group 3 -FIA GT3 cars and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  20. GT Group 4 - FIA GT4 cars and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  21. GT Historic Invitational - Early 90's GT1 cars + late 90's non-GT1 cars. eg. McLaren F1 GTR, XJ220C, JGTC Supra + Skyline (BoP'd)
  22. GT Open - Late 80's and early 90's IMSA GTO cars. (BoP'd)
  23. Historic Group 4 - Late 70s + early 80's FIA Group 4 race cars. Eg. BMW M1 Procar, Ferrari 512 LM. Inspired by Project CARS 2. (BoP'd)
  24. Historic Group 5 - Group 5 silhouette touring cars. DRM + Kunos Porsche 935.
  25. Historic Group A - Non-DTM late 80's and early 90's Group A touring cars. (BoP'd)
  26. Lotus Cup - Lotus Exige V6 Cup '13 + Exige 240R S3 '08. (BoP'd)
  27. N-GT - FIA N-GT Series Production Grand Touring Cars. RSS GT-N + Nissan 350z + Morgan Aero 8. (BoP'd)
  28. One Make - A big dump for tuned Kunos road cars and one-make cars that don't fit into any pre-existing series.
  29. Prototype 1 Hybrid - Hybrid LMP1 cars from Audi, Porsche, Toyota and Nissan. (BoP'd)
  30. Prototype 1 Non-Hybrid - LMP1 cars post-LMP900 and beyond that aren't hybrid. (BoP'd)
  31. Prototype 2 - LMP2 prototypes and Daytona Prototypes pre-DPi. (BoP'd)
  32. Prototype 3 - LMP3 prototypes. (BoP'd)
  33. Prototype 4 - Praga R1 single-make.
  34. Prototype 900 - Early 2000s pre-LMP1 prototypes. VRC's LMP900 pack. (BoP'd)
  35. Prototype C - FIA Group C and IMSA GTP sports prototypes. (BoP'd)
  36. Rally 1 - FIA Group B rally cars. (BoP'd)
  37. Rally 2 - FIA Group A rally cars. (BoP'd)
  38. SGT300 - Non-GT3 JAF GT GT300 racing cars for the Autobacs Super GT. (BoP'd)
  39. SGT500 - Pre-FIA Class One GT500 race cars. All Chivas mods. (BoP'd)
  40. Street A - Hypercar Trinity + other hypercars.
  41. Street B - Aventador SV, 488 GTB, Huayra and other high-performance supercars.
  42. Street C - entry-level supercars. Ferrari 458, 911 GT3, Lamborghini Gallardo SL, Nissan GT-R Nismo.
  43. Street D - Super-sports cars below supercars. Audi R8 Plus, Lotus Evora GTE, Cayman GT4, Corvette Stingray, BMW M4.
  44. Street E - Sports cars below super-sports cars. BMW E92 M3, Porsche 718, Ford Mustang GT, Lotus Exige 240R.
  45. Street F - Consumer-friendly sports cars. Nissan 370Z Nismo, BMW 1M Coupe, Genesis 3.8 Track, BMW Z3 M.
  46. Street G - Hot Hatches. Audi S1, Renault Megane 250, Alfa Giulietta QV + older sports cars like the Supra Mk4 and M3 Sport Evo.
  47. Street H - Entry-level performance cars. Toyota GT86, Mazda ND MX5, Mito QV, Abarth Essesse.
  48. Street I - Ancient entry-level performance cars. Toyota AE86 + Mazda NA MX5.
  49. Street SUV Series - Kunos-provided SUVs from Maserati and Porsche.
  50. Time Attack - Kunos Time Attack RX-7 and Supra + equivalents.
  51. Touring Group 1 - FIA TCR cars and fictional equivalents + Scirocco GT24. (BoP'd)
  52. Touring Group 2 - FF cup touring cars with 3.5 to 4 kg/hp + '09 STCC cars (BoP'd)
  53. Touring Group 3 - Clio Cup (for now) + equivalents. (BoP'd)
  54. Track Day Hypercars - Ferrari FXX K + McLaren P1 and Senna GTRs + other track-ready hypercar equivalents. (BoP'd)
  55. Track Day Lightweights - non-prototype lightweight track cars like the BAC Mono, Lotus 3-Eleven and KTM.
  56. Track Day Prototypes - Radical SR3, Palmer Jaguar, Norma M20 + equivalents. (BoP'd)
  57. Turismo Nacional - South American TCN3 touring cars from VW, Ford, Chevrolet (BoP'd)
  58. V8 Silhouettes - mid-engine V8 silhouette-style touring cars. (BoP'd)
  59. V8 Supercars - V8SC Australian V8 Supercars content. (BoP'd)
  60. V8 Utes - Australian V8 race-converted Utes. (BoP'd)
  61. Vintage Formula Tier A - 80's Formula 1. Kunos Lotus 98T + VRC McLaren MP4/4.
  62. Vintage Formula Tier B - 70's Formula 1. Kunos Ferrari + Lotus and Brabham BT44.
  63. Vintage Formula Tier C - 60's Formula 1 (no aero).
  64. Vintage Formula Tier D - Kunos Lotus Type 25.
  65. Vintage Formula Tier E - Kunos Maserati 250 V6 + V12.
  66. Vintage GT Tier 1 - Classic 60's and 70's GT race cars. Pantera, 911, Corvette, Cobra etc. (BoP'd)
  67. Vintage GT Tier 2 - Classic 60's and 70's GT race cars. Ferrari 250 GTO, Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, Ford Escort RS1600. (BoP'd)
  68. Vintage GT Tier 3 - Classic 60's and 70's touring cars. Alfa Romeo GTA/GTAM, Porsche 718 RS. (BoP'd)
  69. Vintage Le Mans Tier 1 - Classic early Le Mans prototype sports cars. Porsche 917 + Ferrari 312PB. (BoP'd)
  70. Vintage Le Mans Tier 2 - Classic early Le Mans sports cars. Ferrari 330P4 + Porsche 908 + Ford GT40 (BoP'd)
That was a lot to type, but I hope that gives a good look into all of the sorting I've done thus far.
 
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Tags are kept in the UI.json file of every individual car, so you need to delete each car’s tags one by one if you want to do that, unfortunately.

Just want to say, you can delete many tags at once in content manager, IF they are shared by more than one car;
Selecting with CTRL/SHIFT the cars you want to untag will show the red bottom bar; there you will get the option to add or erase tags for several cars at once.
If the car has unique tags though, you still have to do it one by one but the avbove might still save you some time.
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Also, besides the usual GTs and LMPs, here´s one of my other collections. I should take the fusca and citroens out of there and get the abarths in though.
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Is it easy possible to add the same Tag to a car and a special skin to group some cars of a Series with the correct skin of the series?

I know you can create Selections manually within DRIVE Menü and also select the the skins manually.
Doing this by tag would be great.
 
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Propably a dumb question and a bit offtopic but how do you display your cars like this? I mean, as images and not a list. I was looking for this option and couldn't find it. As for tagging cars, I have some work to do there, it's amazing how much you can personalize this game.
 
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Hey guys, after getting my new laptop and finally finishing my AC setup, I've settled at 456 individual cars and almost 70 car classifications. I figured it would be much easier if I just listed them all off in one post giving a brief synopsis/criteria for each tag I use instead of those old screenshot/explanation posts I used to make.

Without further ado, I'll bring you all through my list.

  1. ACFL 2019 - Exactly what it says on the tin. ACFL's complete 2019 season pack.
  2. American GT - Mid 2000 to 10's SCCA/IMSA GT cars that weren't full GT2 or GT3 cars. Includes some fictional models. eg. 911 GT America.
  3. Can/Am - Historic Can/Am prototypes. (the only one I have is the Porsche 917/30 Spyder)
  4. Class One - FIA Class One touring cars. Includes URD T5 + JT5, Honda NSX/Lexus LC500 GT500 mods.
  5. Classic DTM - Late 80's to early 90's DTM touring cars.
  6. Drift - Never use this class, all the stock tuned drift cars from Kunos.
  7. Formula 1 - Pre-hybrid era modern Formula One cars. V8s + V10s essentially.
  8. Formula 2 - Lotus Exos 125 + RSS Formula 2 V8 (BoP'd)
  9. Formula 3 - RSS Formula 3 V6
  10. Formula 4 - Griiip G1 Aprilia + Tatuus FA01 & IFM '09. (BoP'd)
  11. Formula Hybrid - Post-2014 Hybrid F1 cars. RSS Formula Hybrids + Kunos V6 Ferraris (any race I do with these cars is single make)
  12. Formula NA Oval - VRC's Indycars in oval aero settings.
  13. Formula NA Road - VRC's Indycars in road aero settings.
  14. Grassroots Cup - Budget cup cars like the MX-5 and Abarth AC. (BoP'd)
  15. GT Cup Series - Non-GT3 cup cars like the Ferrari Challenge, Lamborghini Super Trofeo, Porsche Carrera Cup (BoP'd)
  16. GT Group 1 Classic - Late 90's GT1 homologation specials (basically prototypes) (BoP'd)
  17. GT Group 1 Modern - 2000s GT1 cars + fictional cars + Zonda R & 599XX Evo. (BoP'd)
  18. GT Group 2 - FIA GT2/GTE, IMSA GT2/GTLM and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  19. GT Group 3 -FIA GT3 cars and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  20. GT Group 4 - FIA GT4 cars and any fictional equivalents (BoP'd)
  21. GT Historic Invitational - Early 90's GT1 cars + late 90's non-GT1 cars. eg. McLaren F1 GTR, XJ220C, JGTC Supra + Skyline (BoP'd)
  22. GT Open - Late 80's and early 90's IMSA GTO cars. (BoP'd)
  23. Historic Group 4 - Late 70s + early 80's FIA Group 4 race cars. Eg. BMW M1 Procar, Ferrari 512 LM. Inspired by Project CARS 2. (BoP'd)
  24. Historic Group 5 - Group 5 silhouette touring cars. DRM + Kunos Porsche 935.
  25. Historic Group A - Non-DTM late 80's and early 90's Group A touring cars. (BoP'd)
  26. Lotus Cup - Lotus Exige V6 Cup '13 + Exige 240R S3 '08. (BoP'd)
  27. N-GT - FIA N-GT Series Production Grand Touring Cars. RSS GT-N + Nissan 350z + Morgan Aero 8. (BoP'd)
  28. One Make - A big dump for tuned Kunos road cars and one-make cars that don't fit into any pre-existing series.
  29. Prototype 1 Hybrid - Hybrid LMP1 cars from Audi, Porsche, Toyota and Nissan. (BoP'd)
  30. Prototype 1 Non-Hybrid - LMP1 cars post-LMP900 and beyond that aren't hybrid. (BoP'd)
  31. Prototype 2 - LMP2 prototypes and Daytona Prototypes pre-DPi. (BoP'd)
  32. Prototype 3 - LMP3 prototypes. (BoP'd)
  33. Prototype 4 - Praga R1 single-make.
  34. Prototype 900 - Early 2000s pre-LMP1 prototypes. VRC's LMP900 pack. (BoP'd)
  35. Prototype C - FIA Group C and IMSA GTP sports prototypes. (BoP'd)
  36. Rally 1 - FIA Group B rally cars. (BoP'd)
  37. Rally 2 - FIA Group A rally cars. (BoP'd)
  38. SGT300 - Non-GT3 JAF GT GT300 racing cars for the Autobacs Super GT. (BoP'd)
  39. SGT500 - Pre-FIA Class One GT500 race cars. All Chivas mods. (BoP'd)
  40. Street A - Hypercar Trinity + other hypercars.
  41. Street B - Aventador SV, 488 GTB, Huayra and other high-performance supercars.
  42. Street C - entry-level supercars. Ferrari 458, 911 GT3, Lamborghini Gallardo SL, Nissan GT-R Nismo.
  43. Street D - Super-sports cars below supercars. Audi R8 Plus, Lotus Evora GTE, Cayman GT4, Corvette Stingray, BMW M4.
  44. Street E - Sports cars below super-sports cars. BMW E92 M3, Porsche 718, Ford Mustang GT, Lotus Exige 240R.
  45. Street F - Consumer-friendly sports cars. Nissan 370Z Nismo, BMW 1M Coupe, Genesis 3.8 Track, BMW Z3 M.
  46. Street G - Hot Hatches. Audi S1, Renault Megane 250, Alfa Giulietta QV + older sports cars like the Supra Mk4 and M3 Sport Evo.
  47. Street H - Entry-level performance cars. Toyota GT86, Mazda ND MX5, Mito QV, Abarth Essesse.
  48. Street I - Ancient entry-level performance cars. Toyota AE86 + Mazda NA MX5.
  49. Street SUV Series - Kunos-provided SUVs from Maserati and Porsche.
  50. Time Attack - Kunos Time Attack RX-7 and Supra + equivalents.
  51. Touring Group 1 - FIA TCR cars and fictional equivalents + Scirocco GT24. (BoP'd)
  52. Touring Group 2 - FF cup touring cars with 3.5 to 4 kg/hp + '09 STCC cars (BoP'd)
  53. Touring Group 3 - Clio Cup (for now) + equivalents. (BoP'd)
  54. Track Day Hypercars - Ferrari FXX K + McLaren P1 and Senna GTRs + other track-ready hypercar equivalents. (BoP'd)
  55. Track Day Lightweights - non-prototype lightweight track cars like the BAC Mono, Lotus 3-Eleven and KTM.
  56. Track Day Prototypes - Radical SR3, Palmer Jaguar, Norma M20 + equivalents. (BoP'd)
  57. Turismo Nacional - South American TCN3 touring cars from VW, Ford, Chevrolet (BoP'd)
  58. V8 Silhouettes - mid-engine V8 silhouette-style touring cars. (BoP'd)
  59. V8 Supercars - V8SC Australian V8 Supercars content. (BoP'd)
  60. V8 Utes - Australian V8 race-converted Utes. (BoP'd)
  61. Vintage Formula Tier A - 80's Formula 1. Kunos Lotus 98T + VRC McLaren MP4/4.
  62. Vintage Formula Tier B - 70's Formula 1. Kunos Ferrari + Lotus and Brabham BT44.
  63. Vintage Formula Tier C - 60's Formula 1 (no aero).
  64. Vintage Formula Tier D - Kunos Lotus Type 25.
  65. Vintage Formula Tier E - Kunos Maserati 250 V6 + V12.
  66. Vintage GT Tier 1 - Classic 60's and 70's GT race cars. Pantera, 911, Corvette, Cobra etc. (BoP'd)
  67. Vintage GT Tier 2 - Classic 60's and 70's GT race cars. Ferrari 250 GTO, Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, Ford Escort RS1600. (BoP'd)
  68. Vintage GT Tier 3 - Classic 60's and 70's touring cars. Alfa Romeo GTA/GTAM, Porsche 718 RS. (BoP'd)
  69. Vintage Le Mans Tier 1 - Classic early Le Mans prototype sports cars. Porsche 917 + Ferrari 312PB. (BoP'd)
  70. Vintage Le Mans Tier 2 - Classic early Le Mans sports cars. Ferrari 330P4 + Porsche 908 + Ford GT40 (BoP'd)
That was a lot to type, but I hope that gives a good look into all of the sorting I've done thus far.

for the street classes, do you have a HP range per class?
 

MisterWaffles

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for the street classes, do you have a HP range per class?

Personally I divide street classes by lap times and power to weight ratio. I suppose you could do it like GT Sport with N100-1000, but the classes will be quite unbalanced like they are in that game so BoP will have to be quite heavy.
 
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so i have an issue with my tags, i went through them (i will use the street cars for example) and some of them are showing the wrong class. for example the Toyota Sera TRD, has the Class F tag but if i choose Class C tag it shows up
 

MisterWaffles

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so i have an issue with my tags, i went through them (i will use the street cars for example) and some of them are showing the wrong class. for example the Toyota Sera TRD, has the Class F tag but if i choose Class C tag it shows up

Content Manager doesn't have a very good detection system when it comes to tags like the base Assetto Corsa. What I do to avoid that is put a "-" in-between the discipline and tier, so for my street classes I have Class-A, Class-B, Class-C etc. to avoid cars with different tags appearing where they aren't supposed to.
 
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United States
United States
Content Manager doesn't have a very good detection system when it comes to tags like the base Assetto Corsa. What I do to avoid that is put a "-" in-between the discipline and tier, so for my street classes I have Class-A, Class-B, Class-C etc. to avoid cars with different tags appearing where they aren't supposed to.

i will try that, guess i will do a couple of cars i know are in the wrong class to see if that works before i go after the 200+ cars
 
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Portugal
Haven't done it yet, but I was thinking of doing it the same way Gran Turismo does. First I would eliminate all original tags, then I would add a general one related to power; (N100 until N whatever, although I would also have R tags for racing cars). Then I am thinking of adding one for drivetrain type, and another one that matches the year of production. Afterwards I am thinking of just adding something more descriptive, like trackday special, cup cars and so on, the problem with that is threading the fine line between creating balanced classes without changing car characteristics and being so precise that everything turns into a one-make race... organising is hard :)
 
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United States
United States
i did this base on the Forza Horizon 1 class system, i did add a G class and got rid of the R class and added S1 & 2 along with H1 & H2 (hypercars)

all of these classes are based on HP unlike FH1 which is done by PI.

G 0 - 99

F 100-200

E 201-275

D 276-350

C 351-425

B 426-500

A 501-600

S2 601-700

S1 701-800

H2 801-875

H1 876-998


i might add another class and change the H1 to 876-970 and make a new one for the cars that are 971 to over 1000hp+
 
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Me I did the group like Gran Turismo, renaming by year, country and street or race.

It's quite useful to make a year specific championship.

but @cool3865: your sorting isveryclever too!
 
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Spain
Beginners Cup! A setup of 6 equal cheap and ready to race cars. It can be used as a touring car category or rally cars. Hope you like them!

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