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Reiza have released a new update for their simulator that rectifies bugs with Logitech G923 wheel, where some cars could be configured with incorrect final gear ratio and various other fixes and further adjustments to v1.5 physics revisions.

V1.5.0.2 -> V1.5.0.4 CHANGELOG:

CONTENT
– Added Updated Stock Car Cruze 2023 model & new cockpit model for Stock Car Pro Series 2023

GENERAL
– Fixed Logitech TrueForce wheel devices lockstop & calibration issues
– Pit crews will no longer spawn for safety car when entering the pits
– Fixed a potential crash to desktop that could happen to more than one client at the same time in multiplayer when processing a vehicle impact of a participant that had just quit the session
– Fixed a crash that could occur when advancing a championship session after clicking ‘skip to end’ if the championship had full course yellow setting and fastest lap point setting enabled
– Fixed an issue that could result in incorrect final drive being loaded in first session when no prior setups exist
– Changed Time Trial track state to be equal to Heavy Rubber preset (instead of a fully rubbered track all around as before)

PHYSICS
– Tire tread adjustments for GTE, GT3, GT Classics, Group C, Stock Omega 1999, F-USA Gen1-3, F-USA 2023 Speedway compound
– Minor stifness adjustments for GT3 tire carcass
– FFB adjustments for Prototypes P2-P4, Formula Trainer + Advanced, Vintage Touring Car T1-T2, HotCars, Omega Stock Car 1999, SprintRace, Copa Montana, Copa Uno, Copa Fusca, Copa Classic B-FL, Mitsubishi Lancer Cup, TSi Cup, Street Camaro SS, Kartcross
– Fixed missing hard compounds for Corvette GTP & Nissan R89C; Fixed missing wet compound for Copa Uno
– Adjusted final gear ratios for all cars to account for recent bug fix
– GT3: Slightly adjusted aero for Nissan GT-R, BMW M6
– Group C: Minor aero & performance adjustments for all models
– Adjusted engine inertia & compression rates for Hot Cars, Copa Classic & Fusca
– Mclaren F1 GTR: Corrected rear ride height asymmetry
– F-Classic Gen4: Performance Adjustment for Mclaren MP4/6
– Ginetta G55 GT3: Updated engine specifications
– Added flexible axles to RWD Hot Cars, Copa Classic & Copa Fusca
– Updated clutch models copa Copa Classic
– Reduced default steering lock for F-USA Gen1-3 & 2023 SW / SS variants
– F-Reiza: Adjusted autoshift thresholds

AI
– ​​Adjustments to AI performance and behavior for ovals
– Rallycross: AI performance updates
– AI calibration pass for F-Classic Gen4, GT3, Porsche Cup Mini JCW UK, GT5, GT Open

AUDIO
– Ginetta G55 GT3: Updated sounds for new engine specs

TRACKS
– Brands Hatch: Fixed AI line on pitlane
– Spielberg Historic: Fixed the distance markers LOD popping
– Nürburgring 2020: Fix a floating corner tower at Nürburg Castle
– Daytona Oval: Exclude apron from track limits

VEHICLES
– McLaren 720 GT3: Display updates with Fuel data added; Pit limiter green LEDs; Small color corrections; corrected mapping; Removed LEDs around the 2nd screen
– P1 Gen2: corrected DRS animarions for for AJR Gen2 & Sigma P1 G5
– StockCar Car Pro Series 2023: Fixed headlights issue & updated cockpit for Corolla model
– Sigma P1 G5: Fixed redline on Display page 2

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