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Thrustmaster have released new firmware for the Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition rim that adds some F1 23 support and, among other things, fixes a freezing issue. You can download here.

Release notes:

– Added with EA SPORTS™ F1® 23, in NATIVE mode (PC / PS4 / PS5), four screens corresponding to the game (General / Tire 1 / Tire 2 / Engine)
– Added with EA SPORTS™ F1® 23, in UDP-Wifi mode (Xbox), one screen corresponding to the game (General)
– Added UPD-Wifi support with F1® 23 – Xbox version:
# in the options of this game, in SETTINGS / TELEMETRY SETTINGS / UDP Send Rate: select 120 Hz and in UDP Format: select 2023
# in older versions (F1® 22 – Xbox / F1 2021 – Xbox / F1 2020 – Xbox) in UDP Format: select 2020
– UDP GAMES tab was removed from the wheel’s screen menu (UDP 20777 for F1 games is now automatically selected)
– Fixed some freeze issues (detected previously on PC / PS4™ / PS5™)

!Important! It is mandatory to install the latest Firmware on your Thrustmaster Base:
[V58.06 for TX] – [V34 for T300] – [V8.07 for TS-XW] – [V10 for T-GT] – [V13 for TS-PC] – [V5.72 for T818]

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