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Posted: Jan 11, 2021 @ 08:12 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:36 pm GMT-0600
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Kart Racing Pro developer PiBoSo has published release 12 of their karting simulator on Steam. It has a number of fixes for previously broken features and also introduces a number of new ones. You can see the changes listed below:

Note: Replays are not compatible with previous versions.

fix: crash at startup
fix: tyre simulation on wet asphalt
fix: multiplayer tyres collisions
fix: limited tyres sets
fix: garage tyre pressure range when changing compound
fix: dynamic track surface groove and marbles saved and restored in track layouts, too
fix: wet track surface rendering error
fix: rendering performance improvements
fix: UI lists sort slowdown
new: support for soft collisions
new: heading and head tracking now work in the external view, too
new: option to limit a server to specific karts, in addition to categories
new: replay interface redesign
new: instant replay
new: track paints support

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