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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 @ 09:41 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:30 pm GMT-0600
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Reiza Studios deployed the v1.0.6.1 update a couple of days ago. It fixes a decent number of issues with the recent v1.0.6.0 update.

Revised BMW M6 setup ranges & default settings (requires car setup reset to default)
Further GT3/GT4 brake revisions, also for Ultima Race, Super V8, Sigma P1, Lancer Cup cars
Reduced brake wear rate by 25% (both carbon and steel)
Slightly increased downshift protection function (less overreving allowed)
Improved GT3/GT4 AI launch on starts
Reduced GT3 AI rolling resistance to better match player´s straightline speed
Fixed Ginetta G55 Supercup ABS range
Nurburgring/Nordschleife: Terrain/roads material optimization, new armcos with new more detailed meshes, new armco graffiti, resolved flickering of armco graffiti; Further improvements to shimmering issues on TV cameras of Nordschleife / 24h layouts
Montreal: Various minor fixes, optimization & art revisions
Montreal Historic: Various minor fixes, optimization & art revisions
Silverstone: Fixed disappearing helicopter
BMW M6 GT3: Added Racelogic timing display and improved alcantara material in cockpit dash

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