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Posted: Oct 24, 2019 @ 09:32 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:00 am GMT-0600
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Codemasters have today released patch 1.15 for F1 2019. This, in my opinion, fixes all of the big issues the software faced with the career simulation. You now can’t rejoin teams you were fired from, can specify how driver changes work, etc. It also appears to have fixed a visual issue I had, and may have fixed the FPS drops I also experienced.

Their official release states that 1.15 includes patch 1.12… But they said that 1.11 included 1.12, so that’s a bit confusing. 1.13 and 1.14 are not mentioned.

Release notes:

-Alexander Albon and Pierre Gasly have been moved to Red Bull Racing and Toro Rosso – this will not affect existing career saves
-AI Race start performance variance updated leading to slower starts by the AI on average
-Mid-season driver transfer logic amended
-Added options to disable driver transfers or limit to off-season transfers only
-Addressed an issue with visual graining seen on specific graphics cards
-Addressed an issue where FPS drops could be seen on PC
-Cars being lapped will now ghost in online sessions
-Teammate can now be selected at the start of a career
-Grid penalties can now be seen during the pre-race grid rundown
-Players can no longer re-join a team they were fired from in the same season in career
-26 brand new customisation items including Halloween edition items

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