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Starting 13th May 2019, OTL will be stepping back in time to arguably one of the greatest racing era’s for all time in our Group C Assetto Corsa Xbox One League. In 1982 the FIA created Group C for cars weighing a minimum of 800 kg with a maximum fuel capacity of 100 litres.

This gave us great cars like the rotary powered Mazda 787B, the all conquering Sauber C9 and iconic Porsche 962c, all of which will be available to drive in this league.

This league promises to test your skills and commitment in these incredibly powerful cars. With 8 rounds around some of the most worlds iconic tracks including Spa, Silverstone & Monza, it promises to be a league not to be missed.

Are you up to the challenge? Then sign up using the link below


Signup Form: https://forms.gle/wMs431z6yD17pmBC7


League Start: May 13th 2019 – League is 8 weeks long (with one week break
Date/Time: Mondays 20:00 BST/21:00 CET
Platform – Xbox One – Assetto Corsa

Available cars

Mazda 787B
Mercedes-Benz Sauber C9 LM
Porsche 962C Short Tail

Race Format

Qualifying Length: 15 minutes
Race 1 Length: 45 minutes

Each race will include a MANDATORY PITSTOP


Round 1: Barcelona GP
Round 2: Red Bull Ring GP
Round 3: Nurburgring GP-GT
Round 4: Brands Hatch GP
Round 5: Silverstone GP
Round 6: Imola
Round 7: Monza
Round 8: Spa

Click here to view the Calendar

Lobby Settings


Time of day: TBC
Weather: TBC
Ambient temp: TBC
Track surface: TBC


Autoclutch: On
Traction control: Factory
ABS: Factory
Stability: Off
Tyre blankets: On


Fuel rate: TBC
Damage rate: 100%
Tyre wear rate: TBC
Allowed tyres out: 2
Qualifying limit: 140%

Settings subject to change after practice test races. SALTER14 will announce if so in Discord.

All details for each event can be found on the calendar.

League Details

League coordinator/admin – Salter14
Driving etiquette – please be sure to read and understand the OTL rules concerning clean driving
Points system – Standard OTL system, found here.
Start procedure – Rolling start


As stated in OTL rules and incidents must be reported to the league coordinator within 48 hours of the race finish including video evidence. Then it will be investigated by the incident panel, with input from involved parties if needed, and the decision will be communicated to the parties involved.

Do not start any public arguments as this may negatively reflect on your case, potentially see you removed from the league, or if it’s deemed severe enough you will be blacklisted from all future leagues.