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KW Studios have released a couple of patches in the last few days that tackle a wide array of a different issues with the simulation and content. Check out both changelog lists below.

Note: After the last patch, released yesterday, there are some additional guidelines on tweaking speed sensitivity and steering lock settings.

– Existing players can opt for the default profile or manually apply new speed-sensitive settings: ‘Speed Sensitive Steering = 60%’, ‘Min Steering Speed = 30’, ‘Max Steering Speed = 90’.
– Previous steering lock settings will override the new default of 18, reset it in the top-right of the car setup menu.

Update details:
Download size = 92 MB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 13290076


Resolved FFB issue in Audi TT cup 2015/2016 from the last update.
Enhanced handling for non-wheel controllers: Steering lock now defaults to 18, with new speed-sensitive steering settings.

Update details:
Download size = 2.4 GB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 13268011


Fixed an issue where next lap would be invalidated after restarting a lap from an offline area in time attack mode
General AI improvements
Audi TT RS VLN – Updated aero behaviour, tweaked some spring and damper calculations, updated brakes and dialled in the baseline setup.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GT3 – Fixed asymmetrical camber settings
DTM 1992 – Physics improvements
Formula RaceRoom X-22 – Fixed exaggerated downforce this car had received, wiped the leaderboards for it
Touring Classics – Physics improvements
VW Scirocco Gr2 – Fixed some physics issues
Bathurst – AI improvements
Bilster Berg – Updated pitlane entrance corridors for AI’s
Brands Hatch – Fixed sector line and an area of the pitlane that was off limits
Charade – AI improvements
Hockenheim – Art tweaks and improvements
Mantorp – Fixed some areas that were wrongly off limits, added cones to mark pitlane entrance path on short layout
Nogaro – Fixed an issue where laps could sometimes not count when passing on the far left of the pitlane
Norisring – Fixed an overly dangerous manhole cover that could sometimes be hard on suspensions
Paul Ricard – Fixed some hole in the ground
Watkins Glen – Reduced AI pace

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