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Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
30th January 2019 update

Update details:
Download size = 2.3 GB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3514929
Dedi version = 49.0.814
Dedi BuildID = 3514858

  • Added ADAC GT Masters 2018 car class
  • Added Most Autodrom
  • Modifications to MK Motorsport liveries present in RaceRoom, to celebrate their 40th anniversary : BMW M1 Procar #105, #151, #152. BMW M235i #308

  • Traction Control now triggers over a minimum speed to improve standing starts
  • AI - Further improvements to behaviour while racing in a pack
  • Restarting a race session now lets you access to car setup menu.
  • Changed race results so they show each group's winner's laps instead of session's lap, since it can be lower for slower classes
  • Fixed an issue with "Rotate" pitstop order (ADAC rules preset) where left and right tyres wouldn't be swapped but instead replaced with fresh ones.
  • Fixed an issue with results in a Multiclass race event
  • Fixed a reported issue where the game could show a black screen during loading if the browser tab failed to load.
Physics, Sounds, Cameras, AI
  • Audi 90Q GTO : Improved standing starts, tweaks to turbo boost.
  • GTR2 class: Physics and AI behavior improvements (smoothed out gearchanges, improved automatic gearbox behavior, reduced effective slip angle of rear tyres under load, reduced Downshift Prevention intervention, Increased blip on downshifts, tweaks to fuel estimates. Grip of soft tyres increased by 2%.
  • GTR3 class : further balance of performance tweaks, smoothed out gearshifts
  • GTR4 class : Made AI quicker, reduced Downshift Prevention intervention, tweaked gearshifts, automatic gearbox behavior improvement. Tweaks to default setup of the Lotus, increased KTM drag a bit.
  • Mercedes C-Class DTM 1995 : Smoothed out gearshifts, made AI a bit less careful.
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup : Fixed AI rear instability. Smoothed out gearshifts and reduced Downshift Prevention intervention
  • Porsche 911 GT3 R : Cockpit sounds tweaked
  • Porsche 934 RSR : Stiffer springs on default setup
  • Porsche Cayman CS + Porsche Cayman CS MR : Smoothed the drivetrain
  • Chang (full) : fixed a blocked TV cam view
  • Laguna Seca : new static TV cams
  • Lausitzring (all layouts) : new static TV cams
  • Macau : new Static TV cams
  • Mantorp (GP + Short) : new static TV cams
  • Mid-Ohio (all layouts) : new static TV cams
  • Monza (full + junior) : new static TV cams
  • Moscow (all layouts) : new static TV cams
  • Norisring : new static TV cams
  • Nürburgring (full + dtm + short ) : new static TV cams

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
March 2019 developer update

1. Adjustable tyre pressures

Yes. You've read this right. We're finally adding it.

As you can understand, this means a lot of development and testing of the physics engine and its variables to ensure the effects of pressure adjustments are proper and do not lead to exploits.

As a result, we will be turning this feature on following a per car basis, after each has passed QA tests.
Priority is set on the new car as well as car classes that are receiving a physics overhaul or are just popular.

The sub-optimal aspect of this feature is that we haven't had the opportunity to re-design the car setup menu yet. Therefore you'll find the buttons for it have been crammed in there. The way this menu is laid out at the moment didn't really allow for a clear presentation of asymmetric pressure settings. You'll have to pay close attention that you're adjusting the correct tyre. We want to re-design this menu altogether whenever we have time.

Here's the list of the car classes currently in beta with tyre pressures:
  • Formula RaceRoom Junior
  • Unannounced Formula car
  • Touring Classics
  • WTCR
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (991.2)
  • Porsche 911 Carrera (964)
  • GTR2
  • GT4 Clubsport Trophy
  • Group C
  • Group 4
  • Mercedes DTM 1995

2. Flat spots

When locking a tyre for too long, the caused friction can eat through your rubber and create a flat surface on the wheel.
This not only has an effect on the grip and wear but will also induce some vibrations depending on the size and depth of the spot. Flat spots usually get worse over time as you will find that the affected tyre will lock up even more easily, eventually leading to a puncture.

Here's the list of the car classes currently in beta with flat spots:
  • DTM 1992
  • Formula RaceRoom Junior
  • Group 4
  • Group C
  • GT4 Clubsport Trophy
  • GTR2
  • Porsche 911 Carrera (964)
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (991.2)
  • WTCR
  • Touring Classics
  • Unannounced Formula car

This new feature is currently being tested for bugs but also feedback is being collected regarding how easy it is to get one, how much the wheel should vibrate, how it sounds like, and so on. Currently considering making it optional, which you will read about in chapter 4 below.

3. Suspension damage

Back in 2013, RaceRoom wouldn't let your wheels come off your car, no matter the force of the impact.
In recent RaceRoom updates, you might have read about optimizations to the damage code, improvements to the collision detection and its effects on mechanical components.

And if you play regularly, you probably noticed we have some bugs to fix with regards to that. (Debris on track not clearing out from the track for example)

We're not done yet. What we have in testing at the moment is a brand new system designed to accurately render effects of bent axles and broken springs.

Impacts will deform the alignment of individual suspension parts and affect the handling of the car in sometimes dramatic ways.

This is of course another feature that needs to sit in beta long enough to ensure you won't suddenly receive unwanted camber or toe-in from harmless door to door racing.

Look at this driver... Will he even make it back to the pits to repair?

We are reviewing the code deep down, making changes such as damaging your powetrain if the impact affects a powered wheel. Also, the more worn your tyres, the bigger risk of getting punctures from collisions with other cars, from driving on dirt, gravel or grass, but also from driving over pieces of sharp carbon fiber left on the track by your fellow racers. For that, we'll also have a caution flag warning to signal the presence of debris.

4. Revisions of damage settings

Because the above mentioned features can lead to added frustration for the least hardcore simracers among us, we will make sure those new ways of ending your race prematurely are optional.

One of the early design choices from back in 2013 that we're now set to overcome is the way damage settings are defined. Right now there's a separation between Visual Damage, and Mechanical Damage in the menu. This doesn't make much sense any longer and we'll change to have something like this instead:

  • Damage setting: None - Minimum - Complete
    • None = no visual damage, no mechanical damage, no punctures, no flat spots, no parts falling off.
    • Minimum = mechanical damage and visual damage are on. No punctures, no flat spots, no suspension damage or wheels falling off
    • Complete = everything on

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
March 2019 developer update (cont)

5. Dedicated server features

Our dedicated server has been lacking when it comes to features you'd expect as part of a base package.
We're fixing this, and adding more.

Here is what we're working on adding:

  • Session info block:
    • Added list of connected players with their user ID, with a live count of their incident points.
    • Added ability to kick a certain player out
    • Added current session and timer
    • Added a "Next Session" button and a "Restart Session" button
  • Car selection list:
    • Added car specific weight ballast (for your personal BOP adjustments)
  • User management block:
    • Added user specific weight ballast (for leagues with success ballast)
    • Added management of banned users

The weight penalties will also be visible from the game itself, through the addition of a ballast column in the timing screen.

6. Shared memory API - Massive update.

As I've touched somewhere on the forum, our next update will break 3rd party applications that use our shared memory block.

If you are a developer of such applications, please have a look at the attachment " r3e_sharedmem_preview_march2019.zip " to get an early look at the changes.

The goal of this update is to expose all the possible telemetry you can dream of, and extend the possibilities for apps and overlays.

7. Support web-based in-game overlays

If you have watched or streamed a multiplayer race with your game client started as spectator, you are probably familiar with the fact that the overlays showing are done via web. We are adding a transparent web page on top of the game and we make it show whatever feels relevant at the time.

With this ability to overlay webpages on top of the gameplay and thanks to the sheer amount of data we're adding to our shared memory block, we are experimenting with fully customizable HUD's.

Just like for the broadcast overlays, we will ship the feature with an example app that will showcase some of those new possibilities.

8. Oschersleben - New layouts

We wanted to get this out in time for the ADAC esport championship, but with the time constrains and the track being featured early in the series, we couldn't make it happen in time. But good news is that it will come eventually, and for free to anyone who already owns the track.

  • A Course (already available)
  • "Motorcycle" A Course (fast turn 1 chicane)
  • B Course (shortcut after turn 3)
  • "Motorcycle" B Course (fast turn version)

9. Physics updates

@Alex Hodgkinson is always busy. When it's not about upcoming cars, it's of course about bringing improvements to the ones that are already out there, to re-ignite interest in them as the often suffer from the comparison to the feel of the newly released cars.

One of the updates currently in development is the DTM 1992 & Touring Classic classes.
In order to respect the true specs of these cars, we had to sacrifice the balance of performance between those two classes. This means that the BMW M3 E30, present in both, will eventually be present in two different flavours. More on that will come from Alex himself when we're closer to release of these.

We are also busy adding support for electric vehicles in both the physics and sound engines in very close partnership with a major player in the industry. More on that soon!

A lot of things have to change when you suddenly don't have more than one gear and no fuel to burn!

10. Fanatec SDK updates

We are spending time with our friends from Fanatec to implement their latest SDK and make use of nice features they offer on their hardware such as special switches or ability to show yellow flag warnings through the steering wheel LED's.

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
4th April 2019 update

Update details:
Download size = ca 15 GB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3708189
Dedi version = 50.0.906
Dedi BuildID = 3708152

  • Added Group C car class with Porsche 962 C Team Joest and Nissan R90CK
  • Added Porsche Carrera Cup Classic car class with Porsche 911 Carrera Cup (964)
  • Modified parts of the Porsche 934 RSR to remove certain after-market elements such as the exhaust pipe.

  • Dedicated server - Added a list of currently connected players, with live counter of their incident points and a Kick button.
  • Dedicated server - Added a session information block with a "Next Session" functionality.
  • Dedicated server - Added a ban functionality.
  • Dedicated server - Color tweaks to the UI for better readability when server is running.
  • Dedicated server - The results json now includes the userID of the other player involved in a car to car collision.

  • Implemented a more discrete notification block on the HUD to replace the big and intrusive overlays that warn of penalties.
  • Added loads of new telemetry and various data to Shared Memory block, bringing it to v2.6 and breaking backward compatibility with 3rd party applications and drivers.
  • Introducing Tyre Pressure in car setup for the cars released today as well as a selection of older cars (see below)
  • Added support for in-gameplay overlays, allowing for custom HUD widgets using web. See https://github.com/sector3studios/webhud for full details.
  • Multiplayer - Fixed the vibrating opponent cars in pitlane and grid
  • Player can now adjust the brake bias even in fixed car setup conditions
  • Spectator overlays - changed r3e.getVehicleInfo.drsLeft to use amount of drs activations left, instead of just true or false
  • Single Player - Grid Position selector now takes into account multiclass and will place the player in the selected position within the same car class or same performance index classes.

  • Fixed an issue on Sepang South when using VR
  • Fixed Brake assists showing up in the wrong order in the Gameplay Settings selector
  • Fixed sometimes incorrect lap counts or session timers when watching replays
  • Fixed a multiplayer issue on Timing screen where the player with the fastest lap would leave the server and would result in broken split time calculations
  • Fixed ADAC 2018 drivers not changing during pitstops

  • Oschersleben - New set of Static cameras ("Pg Down" key to switch to TV cameras, then "End" key to cycle through camera sets)
  • Paul Ricard - New set of Static cameras
  • Silverstone - New set of Static cameras
  • Slovakiaring - New set of Static cameras
  • Shanghai - New set of Static cameras
  • Stowe - New set of Static cameras
  • RaceRoom Raceway - New set of Static cameras
  • RedBull Ring - New set of Static cameras
  • Road America - New set of Static cameras
  • Sachsenring - New set of Static cameras
  • Salzburgring - New set of Static cameras
  • Suzuka - New set of Static cameras
  • GTR1 car class - Added set of action cameras ("Home" key to cycle)
  • Sounds - Replaced some suspension samples
  • Sounds - Implemented a new set of samples and triggers for sounds of pedals being pressed in Aquila, Audi 90 GTO, Audi R18, BMW 320 Turbo, Chevrolet Daytona Prototype, DMD P20, DMD P21, Fabcar 935, Mistral M530, Mistral M531, Nissan Silvia Turbo, Nissan Skyline 2000RS, Nissan 300ZX, Nissan R90CK, Nissan Skyline GTR R32, Porsche 934 RSR, Radical SR9 Turbo and V8, Ruf CTR3, Volvo 240 Turbo, Zakspeed Capri.
  • Sounds - Reduced volume of drones in aerial cameras
  • Sounds - Chevrolet Corvette C6 GT2 - Improved volume balance between external and internal sounds.
  • Sounds - Chevrolet Corvette Greenwood - Increased volume of the engine startup and engine idle (both interior and exterior)
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to Formula RaceRoom Junior
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to GTR2 cars
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to GTR4 cars
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to Mercedes DTM 1995, along with all-around handling improvements
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to Pagani Zonda R
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
  • Physics - Added Tyre pressure to Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport, tweaks to transmission, gearshifts and dampers

  • Physics - BOP adjustments to GTR3 cars
  • Physics - BOP adjustments to GTO cars, Updated friction values, Updated oscillations, More accurate Mustang front suspension joints
  • Physics - BOP adjustments to Group 5 cars.
  • Physics - Aquila - Tweaked upshifts and behaviour on pit limiter
  • Physics - Audi TT RS VLN - Fixed some tyre marks left on tarmac when changing gears, updated engine and transmission rod stiffness, improved behaviour on pit limiter and the automatic gearbox logic.
  • Physics - Formula RaceRoom Junior - Imrpoved behaviour over bumps, curbs and crests. Improved dog box shifts behaviour. Adjustments to transmission oscillations.
  • Physics - NSU TTS - Fixed AI sometimes overshooting the pitbox, the car now also has its own set of pitstop timers
  • Physics - Porsche 934 RSR - Improved behaviour over bumps, curbs and crests. Adjustments to transmission oscillations.

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
13th April 2019

Update details:
Download size = 15 MB
Dedi version = 50.0.909
Dedi BuildID = 3735089

  • Dedicated server - Fixed various crashes introduced in the 4th April update.

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
23rd April 2019 update

Update details:
Download size = ca 550 MB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3761129
Dedi version = 51.0.918
Dedi BuildID = 3761402

  • Added new layouts for Oschersleben.
  • Ruf RT12R (GTR2 car class) now has latest physics as it had slipped from previous patch.
Known issue in this update
  • An icon on the Mini HUD display for suspension damage has found its way into this build. It's purely visual and no suspension damage is actually happening just yet. We'll get it removed asap.

  • Dedicated server - BETA - Added Car and User weight ballast. We couldn't fully test on full servers given the small size of the betatesting team, so please let us know of any bug you may encounter.
  • Menus - Reworked the track selection screen to show all the tracks on one page, along with a search box.
  • Improved slowdown penalty calculations
  • WebHUD - Added support for URL's that contain dashes.
  • Virtual Mirror can now be moved lower than 0.970370 in hud_options.xml

  • Fixed an issue with slowdown penalties not counting down when slowing down on the pitlane exit path. (Thanks to Jardier for experiencing this bug first hand)
  • Fixed a game crash on hillclimb tracks
  • Fixed the live delta timer that would break at the third restart of a Hillclimb run.
  • Fixed spectator client not receiving all data when joining a race in progress.
  • Fixed some localization issues on the notification area of the HUD
  • Shared memory - Added thorough checks to "num vehicles" and whether or not a slot is valid in the "driver_data" array to limit occurrence of duplicates.
  • Shared memory - Fixed engine_type that was never set.
  • Live Timings - Fixed a case where split times would be incorrect when a player left the server while being first within a given class.
  • Fixed a missing localization for "Delayed start in pitlane" message.

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
24th April 2019 update

Download size = ca 100 MB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3764446

  • Added Volkswagen ID.R "Long Tail".

  • Added support for electric engines with energy regeneration under braking
  • Fixed the suspension damage icon that had found its way into yesterday's update

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
29th April 2019 update

Server side

  • Player car select menu now displays all available car classes on one page, sorted by "owned / not owned" along with a search & filter tool allowing to search down to manufacturers and car models. (ie : type "Volkswagen" and it will show all the car classes containing a Volkswagen car.)

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
May 2019 developer update

This is a follow-up to the March 2019 thread.

Yes, I did miss the opportunity of writing one in April... Last month is a big blur for me while we were dedicated to the Volkswagen ID.R project and putting in long hours. I was mostly just focused on that while the team kept cracking on with more good stuff.

So let's catch up together with what they've been doing. But first let's recap the status of all the items discussed in the March 2019 thread:

Progress update on the March thread:
  1. Adjustable Tyre Pressure - Shipped! How are you all liking this? We'll be adding this as planned to all new cars and reviewed cars in future updates.
  2. Flat spots, suspension damage and damage settings - Still being fine tuned in betatesting, and the damage settings revision is probably going to be the most time consuming to make as it involves UI's, backend, and some refactoring of the game code.
  3. New dedi features - Shipped! So, how many griefers have you banned?
  4. Shared Mem updates - Shipped! Check out the 3rd party apps section for all kinds of awesome.
  5. In-game web overlays - Shipped!
  6. Oschersleben new layouts - Shipped!
  7. Fanatec SDK update - We had some last minute modifications to allow toggling LED's and Displays in various ways. Support for the DD2 is already added, so we're looking good to include this in the next game update.

What we're working on at the moment:

  1. Cars : Esports, esports, esports! We are currently busy on the 2019 season of the FIA WTCR.
    I can't show you much as things still need to go through approvals and all, so here's a blurry car. Which car can it possibly be?

    We're doing our best to complete this 2019 set and have them available towards end of June, so expect the esports WTCR 2019 to start soon after that.

    Then, probably later due to BOP requirements and WTCR taking priority, we'll be bringing you a BMW M1 Group 4, to fight alongside the Porsche 934 RSR.

    Of course, let's not forget the Volkswagen ID.R ! Our initial version of the car will receive several adjustments in physics. The real car has now been on two practice sessions around the Nordschleife and the telemetry and comments from Romain Dumas will allow us to bring the car closer to its real performance. We have several visual updates to the car that are ready to ship, such as adding the DRS box.

    Once the ID.R physics are completed and published, a second round of the Volkswagen ID. R Challenge will open with the updated car, and it will likely be finally available in the store around that time.

  2. More Cars : Sadly can't say much else than "more cars are being licensed for a release in 2019" at this point. Until papers are all in order, it's all a bit hush-hush.

  3. Soon™ cars : The next update should see the release of the Formula RaceRoom X-90. Designed to bring you back to the visuals and sounds of the early 90's formula series, this car will come in three engine flavors : V8, V10 and V12. Do I need to tell you they all sound awesome? After endlessly lapping the Nordschleife in the relative silence of the highly technological VW ID.R, this one will turn your ears back on.
    I heard you like blurry cars.

  4. Tracks : 4 active projects at the moment, and not enough time. Sorry but still can't disclose anything until we get closer to release.

  5. Force Feedback updates : Working on two separate areas of FFB improvements.
    1. One started as a bug fix and quickly turned into a feature as we realized the static friction (the fact that turning the steering wheel should be more difficult when your car is standing still) wasn't working at all. As a result we not only now have a working friction, but also a proper fully simulated power steering. Turning off your engine and power is even taken into account. Rumor has it that Anthony is even going to add a sound sample for turning wheels.
    2. The other is about introducing pneumatic trail effects. ( wikiand some other source that requires aspirin) This will give some very welcome information about the amount of grip available on the front wheels.
  6. Moving / resizing HUD elements : Since the release of the in-game overlays feature and its ability to handle moving widgets around the screen, many asked why this wasn't possible for the regular HUD. This will now be possible. (except for the top position bar, which occupies the full width of the screen and could only be moved down in a very impractical fashion to whoever wanted to see what's happening outside of the car) You will finally be able to move and resize that big virtual rearview mirror!

  7. Small feature for LED / wheelbase displays: Some 3rd party tools offer the ability to push custom information to the steering wheel displays such as Fanatec's rev LED's. It was unfortunately cumbersome for the users of those apps to prevent RaceRoom from sending data to those rev LED's and diplays. We will offer new controls that will allow those users to cycle through different modes for rev LED's and displays, allowing to just turn them off completely.

  8. Moaaaar dedi features : We're currently testing a live penalty system allowing the league admins to hand out penalties during a race: Slowdown, drive-through, stop-n-go or just plain Disqualification. We're also working on the ability to read and send chat messages directly from the dedicated server manager UI.

  9. Discord : Thought I'd just mention it here: You NEED to join the RaceRoom Discord channel. Link here --> https://discord.gg/Zz9Zymz

    We've just restructured it a bit to bring it more in line with the current standards.

  10. Feels like I should reach 10 to look as busy as in March.

Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
5th June 2019

Update details

Download size = ca 975 MB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3889446
Dedi version = 52.0.945
Dedi BuildID = 3889460

New Content

- Added the Formula RaceRoom 90 V8, V10 and V12 cars.


- Added a key assignement to Move&Scale HUD elements. Once pressed, the mouse cursor will appear. Left click will drag a HUD element around while a Right click will scale the size of the element up or down.
- Added a key assignement to reset the HUD elements positions and scale.
- Updated to Fanatec SDK 3.8
- Added default profiles for Fanatec Podium DD1 and DD2.
- Added support for the flag LED's on Fanatec rims
- Added a key assignment to turn the displays and LED's on rims and wheelbases off.
- Added Tyre loads to shared memory (using a reserved data holder to preserve backwards compatibility)
- Added support in physics engine for different shift times depending on the gears being shifted.

- Fixed an issue where brake disks were pre-heated to optimal temperatures when spawning the vehicle in sessions other than Time-Attack.
- Fixed an issue where in-game web overlays settings would be lost with every game update.
- Changed the amount of analog input required to register a key assignment from 50% to 25% of the axis range. (this is relevant when assigning an axis to an on/off toggle control)


- AMG-Mercedes 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II 1992 - Sounds improved
- Porsche 911 Carrera Cup (964) - Tweaked some logos on livery #15
- Volkswagen ID. R - Various visual upgrades to match the final design of the real car.
- Circuit Zandvoort - Fix for a TV camera in the straight that was sitting a bit high. - Circuit Zolder - New static TV cameras
- Moscow Raceway - Changed 3 trackside banner billboards so they show on both sides. Upgraded HUD track maps for FIM and Full layouts to higher resolutions.
- Zhuhai - New static TV cameras
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Simon Fillingham

Staff member
Driver Champion
Update details:
Download size = ca 860 MB
Client version =
Client BuildID = 3998534
Dedi version = 53.0.964
Dedi BuildID = 3998571

New content

- Added the WTCR 2019 car class with 7 cars and 26 liveries. WTCR 2019 benefits from new and improved physics. The 2018 car class will be updated to match in a later update (required BOP for the Peugeot)


- Now allows to bind up to 128 different button ID's on a controller.
- Now allows to bind each traction control preset individually instead of only Next / Previous TC level controls.
- The HUD notifications (aka "butterHUD") can now be moved around as well using the "move&scale HUD elements" binding.
- Increased the rear view mirror y-resolution.
- Prevented the HUD position bar from automatically scaling to gigantic sizes on ultrawide monitors by limiting its width to 1920px.
- Changed the default steering lock value for Mouse controls from 8 degrees to 13 degrees
- Slowdown penalties and giving back of the time illegally gained have been reworked. Added a progression where the more penalties you have received, the longer the penalty will get. Each clean lap will reduce the penalty count by one.
- Change so the Pit stop menu elements such as Preset and Tyre Compound selectors no longer wrap around when trying to go beyond the last possible choice. (Meant to improve the voice commands in the popular CrewChief app)
- Possible improvement for players reporting issues on the game menus (cursor flickers, video freezes, etc)
- Fixed a broken start procedure of a leaderboard challenge on Stowe layouts.
- Fixed rev LED's that were not lighting up on Logitech steering wheels
- Fixed a case where the messages about switching modes for LED displays were not always clearing
- Fixed a case where the "delayed start from pitlane" message wasn't clearing when french localization was used.
- Fixed so the MiniHUD can now be moved further on ultrawide monitors


- WTCR 2019 has received new and improved physics. The 2018 car class will be updated to match in a later update (required BOP for the Peugeot)
- WTCR 2019 features a new bodykit for the Alfa Romeo
- WTCR 2019 features a new steering wheel for the CUPRA TCR.
- Porsche 911 GT3 R - New cockpit sound recordings with separated transmission and engine channels.
- Porsche 991.2 GT3 Cup - New cockpit sound recordings with separated transmission and engine channels. Improved external sounds.
- Porsche 991.2 GT3 Cup - Updated physics and tuned damper
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