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Posted: Nov 20, 2023 @ 01:30 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Nov 20, 2023 @ 01:35 pm GMT-0600
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Studio 397 have announced some minor updates for the Vanwall Vandervell LMH tires, Lime Rock Park, Autodromo di Mores, Atlanta Motorsports Park, Botniaring, Longford and Brands Hatch, with most tracks getting track limits updates. Longford got what appears to be the most significant updates.

Vanwall 1.33

Real-life tire naming
Enhanced tire performance

Limerock Park 3.06

Fixed track limits at uphill chicane and pit entry

Mores 1.84

Comprehensive review and fix of track limits, including pit entry

Atlanta MP 1.32

XSector inconsistencies addressed

Botniaring 1.09

Resolved minor AI issues

Longford 1.12

Kings Bridge ambient noise fixed
LOD adjustments for improved visuals
Pit entry flow enhanced
River water reflection improvements
RearFlap availability ensured

Brands Hatch 1.07

Track limits fine-tuned on GP layout

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