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Posted: Sep 16, 2021 @ 10:36 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:26 pm GMT-0600
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Sector3 today updated Raceroom and added Nogaro as a surprise track release.

Trailer video and build release notes can be seen below these screenshots:


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Update details:
Download size = 1.5 GB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 7369857
Dedi version = 78.0.1328
Dedi BuildID = 7369871


New track release: Nogaro (Circuit Paul Armagnac) – Known issue : HUD trackmaps are misaligned and will be fixed in an upcoming hotfix.
New layout for Nuerburgring : Muellenbachschleife (free upgrade to all owners of Nuerburgring)
Added logging to further investigate reports of crashes at the end of Multiplayer race sessions
Fixed a game crash that could occur when switching the game from one monitor to another
Paul Ricard – Red and Blue runoff material properties are now simulated
Formula RaceRoom U.S. – Car setup polish
Tatuus F4 – Car setup polish to make it less edgy
AI – Porsche 964 – Reduced AI pace a bit in high speed turns
AI – Volkswagen Scirocco – Reduced AI pace a bit in high speed turns
AI – Spa-Francorchamps AI tweaks
AI – Monza GP AI Tweaks
Controllers – Default profile for Fanatec CSL DD now uses the deviceID for the wheelbase while it’s set to PC mode instead of CSW Compatible mode

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