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Posted: Sep 30, 2021 @ 08:26 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:28 pm GMT-0600
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Studio 397 have updated their Zandvoort 2021 track to include the featured changed prior to the real-life race there this season.

They have a lengthy post on their Web site detailing changes, but here are the ones you’ll notice most:

– DRS placements
– Pit exit speed limit line moved
– Orange kerbing
– AI lines adjusted (higher lines on banking)

Here are the full official release notes:

Updated Curb and Run off colours
Corrected Pit Exit location
Updated DRS Zones
AI Fixes:
Adjusted T3 Lines
Reduced chance of touching curbs at T5
Improved Block Paths
Fixed AI error on start finish straight
Added missing brake markers
Added missing road lines on GP circuit cut through
Fixed some assets which were sinking into the terrain or floating over the terrain
Fixed an issue where roads would not reflect over the start finish line
Fixed Pit Object groupings so fixtures only rendered when a car is present
Fixed missing wheels on Food Trucks
Some minor optimization fixes

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