The Intermediate Series 2 awaits us in our latest career video for Assetto Corsa running on the PlayStation 4 console.
In this series you are given the Mercedes SLS AMG for every event which although possessing ample power and sounding decent enough, it did feel big, heavy and not particularly fun to drive.
The first race takes place at the Nurburgring GP track and then we move on the Imola with the goal of obtaining a top three finish.
You can view the first part of the Intermediate 2 Series play through below and stay tuned for part 2 coming shortly.
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