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Posted: May 3, 2021 @ 11:28 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:16 pm GMT-0600
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The folks over at Kunos Simulazioni have released another small update for 1.7 today. It balances the GT3 cars and fixes and/or tweaks the UI. The update also fixes one of my main annoyances with ACC – finally – and that is the permanent kerb sound in replays. I can’t even tell you how many times I have tried to use a lap to make a video and just hear that kerb rumble looping over and over, ruining the rest of the audio.

– Bonus Alpine Esports Series livery for Special Event hotlap competition.

– Removed 90-minute Free Practice length option from all championship race weekend types.
– Fixed gallery replay having permanent kerb sound in some situations.
– Fuel widget now shows per lap calculation based on last 3 laps instead of session aggregate.

– Slow cars and cars with significant damage are now marked yellow on the track map.
– Fixed team logo stretching on the car selection page when season strip is hidden.

Minor balancing tweaks for the following GT3 cars and track categories:
– BMW M6 GT3 at BrGT A and IGT D
– Porsche 991II GT3 R at BrGT A and IGT D
– Mercedes-AMG GT3 and Evo at BrGT A
– Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3 at BrGT A and B

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