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Posted: Aug 20, 1999 @ 09:04 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 12, 2023 @ 12:23 am GMT-0600
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Image Space Incorporated and EA today released v1.551a, an update that fixes some issues with the initial release.

Download the patch here and check out the release notes below:


This patch should be unpacked to your SCGT directory. You should
have SCGT installed with the vehicle data and graphics data
installed to disk so the appropriate files can be updated. If you
have previously installed without these options checked, you can
re-install with those options safely without overwriting any saved

Please note that different versions of SCGT are not compatible for
multi-player games.


* Replay interpolation much improved
* Replay weather conditions should now always be correct
* Added ability to call alternate AI driver into pits (Shift + A)
* Opponent car sounds fixed when driving in-car
* Various networking improvements.
* Added “dash” to starting view options on options/misc tab (option
sticks from realtime as well)
* By request, Main taskbar in options no longer slides away when
not in focus
* Road Atlanta: hills smoothed out
* D3D for 3Dfx put back in (to use D3D on primary adapter, you must
disable on 3Dfx).

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