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Posted: Jun 4, 2020 @ 08:43 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:38 am GMT-0600
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Various tweaks and fixes implemented. See notes below:

Fixed a case where yellow flags could sometimes get triggered from cones and car parts on the track.

Content updates:
Added various liveries for upcoming competition
Audi TT RS VLN – Tuned damper rates, reduced ARB rates
Formula RaceRoom 90 – Rescaled high and low speed damper rates
Group 5 – Updated default gear ratios. Improved initial grip of the tyres when they’re brand new. Slightly reduced tyre heating.
Group 5 – Zakspeed Capri – Reduced rear spring adjustment range
Group 5 – Greenwood Corvette – Tweaks to default car setup: balanced dampers, reduced front/rear damping speed split. Adjusted torque curve at low RPM.
GTR 4 – Equalised damping rates across the cars. Faster gear change timings. Slightly reduced tyre heating. Fixed Lotus’ rear suspension bump steer.
Pagani Zonda R – Fixed AI having weaker brakes than player. Updated drivetrain oscillations, gearchange timings and differential.
Slovakiaring – Fixed AI’s not respecting the white line at pit exit.

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