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Posted: Jul 27, 2020 @ 10:13 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:50 am GMT-0600
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Codemasters today released F1 2020 v1.06. This update includes the brand new black Mercedes AMG Petronas livery and a number of other issues player have encountered since the product was released.

Release notes:

Mercedes car and driver suits updated to the black livery.
Fixed an issue in unranked multiplayer where a host disconnection resulted in AI having unrealistic lap times.
Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll now wear the correct gloves.
Fixed a progression issue in My Team career which could occur after an Invitational event.
Fixed a progression issue in My Team career which could occur at the end of a season.
The Savant sponsor will now correctly pay out.
Various other stability and bug fixes.

If you haven’t been able to load up your My Team save so far, these are the steps you’ll need to take after this patch:

Try loading up your previous save game. It should work for you. If not, please go to step 2.
If it’s still crashing for you, and it’s only crashing when loading into career mode then this will mean you’ll need to start a new career
If you find you’re crashing entering any other game mode, then please tell us about it in our forums, and send us your save file.




I took this car out for a spin recently with a modded livery (before CM officially updated it). So much fun to drive this car and sim. Only problem is the turbo hybrid era really has messed up my shifting points. I’ve *always* shifted with audio and now realize I’m just wasting fuel… Going to have to re-train myself in F1 2020 to use the lights on the wheel as an indicator over the audio…

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