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Posted: Mar 26, 2024 @ 01:55 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Mar 26, 2024 @ 02:24 pm GMT-0600
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KW Studios have released an update for Raceroom that fixes a couple of existing track issues and re-introduces Circuit de Pau-Ville to sim racing, last seen in their older SIMBIN titles. The studio also recently released some iconic Ferrari 296 GT3 liveries for, if my understanding is correct, the previously released Ferrari 296 DTM GT3 car.

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New content: Circuit de Pau-Ville
New content: Ferrari 296 GT3 in the GTR3 car class, with 19 liveries
Indianapolis 2012 – Fixed a harsh cut detection
Sachsenring – Moved Time Attack spawn location earlier in the lap

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