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A new major update has been released for TrackDayR that adds Norton Park and Sachsen Motocross tracks, updates the directinput DLL, unlocks varied framerate settings, and much more.

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Bugfix switch qualify -> race
New pause menu after qualify
Updated directinput dll
New show your position after Timeattack
Bugfix pause menu on leaderboard
Hotfix ( overcompression ) correction on hard impact
Hotfix on the calculation of h needed for load transfer distribution
New postprocessing contrast and saturation to do a more natural effect
Remove stricted rules (all the helps) from multiplayer creation server
Add more time to click ready on race mode multiplayer
Add garage button to setup your bike before start race (multiplayer)
Hotfix multiplayer LAG compensation rotation
New UI sounds
Bugfix hands and feet vibration in network bikes
Bugfix hands and feet moving fluidity
Bugfix in knee/asphalt contact in road bikes
Hotfix multiplayer position/rotation
New multiplayer command transfer
Update grip oh enduro track
New track animation synchronization system in multiplayer
New discharge level to handle the memory problem at the exit of the track
Modified Trackday lobby user interface ( added go to track instead of (B) cancel )
New Norton Park MX track
New Sachsen MX track
New Penalty system for large cuts in the race
Improved obstacle collision
New UI region selection on multiplayer
Hotfix light in photomode
New FPS limit setting from 30 to 120 (default 60)
New KMX450 skins
New Forth gears (top & bottoms )
New Sidecar MX animations
Hotfix crash on retsart after hard landing

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