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Posted: Feb 17, 2021 @ 10:50 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:42 pm GMT-0600
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Codemasters released v1.16 on Monday. The update fixes a number of issues and may be among the last updates we will see for the product. F1 2021 can’t be too far away…

Addressed an issue where F2™ setups could not be downloaded from time trial leaderboards.
Addressed an issue on PS4 where pressing “Find Me” would result in time trial leaderboards being empty. This could lead to a perpetual load going to track.
Addressed a crash when negotiating with a driver while an activity was scheduled for the same day in MyTeam.
Addressed a crash when retiring and advancing to the next session in Classic Full Qualifying.
Addressed a crash when a player leaves/re-joins while a player is scrolling through lap times in the race director.
Increased the update rate of the weather forecast in the garage monitor.
Addressed an issue where the option to select a new car livery for ‘Multiplayer and Solo Use’ did not highlight.

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