Arriving at the eleventh hour in my personal email inbox, was a little piece of news that is sure to cause a bit of controversy. Amateur Assetto Corsa modder Gui C. has been slowly applying cosmetic and user interface tweaks the historic Sauber C9 prototype found in the game’s first premium Dream Pack DLC, adding an extra layer of authenticity in areas Kunos Simulazioni seem to have missed due to time constraints. Gui’s small adjustments to the car can be found over at RaceDepartment, though an extra portion of the description added yesterday with the third revision of the mod blatantly notes suspicious activity on the part of Kunos.
Gui notes that a recent Assetto Corsa hotfix – Version 1.5.5 to be exact – has included his own files within the new build, down to the exact time of creation for the files. Gui is obviously a bit ticked off, as suggested by the bold portion of text and obvious sarcastic remarks.
Update: Gui C. has now fully retracted his statement in a post which can originally be seen in the comments section below.
Sometimes, we get it wrong – extremely wrong. This is one of those times. Our most sincere apologies to the guys at Kunos Simulazioni for the original version of this story, which unfairly cast them in a negative light.
And lastly, Gui has rectified the misunderstanding over at the modification’s home on RaceDepartment: