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Posted: Nov 16, 2020 @ 10:20 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:24 pm GMT-0600
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Sector 3 today released an update for their Raceroom title. It fixes a scheduling issue and adds some controller profiles. Laguna Seca is also updated to 2020 specification:

Update details:

Download size = 894.1 MB
Client version = 0.9.1.11
Client BuildID = 5835509
Dedicated version = 69.0.1213
Dedicated BuildID = 5835597

Changelist:

Dedicated server – Fixed scheduling of one-time events (no repetition) that could sometimes not spawn
Laguna Seca – Updated to 2020 specs
Tweaks to AI behaviour and/or corridors at Spa-Francorchamps, Lausitzring, Mid-Ohio (fixed cutting through pitlane in turn 1), Red Bull Ring. Leaderboards were cleared where necessary.
Default controller profile added for Logitech G923
Default controller profile tweaked for Simagic
Default controller profile added for Thrustmaster TX 458 Italia Edition
Default controller profile for Thrustmaster wheels now have FFB effects for flat spots disabled to stop them from acting up
Pushed liveries for an upcoming competition in Asia

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