We are a community of racers, which race the GPL-Mod in Assetto Corsa. We offer, races, events and championship seasons. To fit the community needs we have a website, a Facebook-Site, a Discord Server, a Forum and of course an Assetto Corsa Server (24/7) with the GPL-Mod installed. More information can be found on our website: https://tarnhoerner.de/ Or via our Discord channel: https://discord.me/THRacing Feel free to join! P.S.: We race on different tracks every weekend.
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