RaceRoom Update – Patch Notes on May 23, 2022

Update details:

Download size = 760 MB
Client version = 0.9.3.108
Client BuildID = 8783853

Warning:

When loading a car that has received physics updates, always make sure to load the default setup.

We have recently adjusted a lot of cars with improvements in brake bias, suspensions, differentials. Older car setups can sometimes result in unoptimal behaviours.

Changelog:

  • DTM 1992 – Dampers tuned, improved differential settings, reduced pneumatic trail, increased mechanical trail.
  • DTM 1995 – Adjusted mechanical and pneumatic trail for a more linear FFB behaviour. Improved suspension kinematics, improved differential behaviour, tuned dampers. Adjusted the pace and wear rates of each available tyre compound. Adjusted AI tyre wear.
  • Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO – new sound recordings
  • Formula RaceRoom 90 – Adjusted front wing spark emitters so they’re not quite as sparky
  • GT3’s, GT4’s, BMW M235i Racing – Reverted physics updates that went into the build too early during ranked championship.
  • Nürburgring – Müllenbach Schleife – Fixed some missing collision wall
  • P1’s – Improved differential base settings
  • Porsche 964 Carrera Cup – Damper settings adjusted in the default car setup. Dropped the differential preload a bit, increased engine braking reduction to combat lift-off oversteer. Improved rear suspension kinematics.
  • Salzburgring – Slowed down the AI in some places, and made them a bit quicker into turn 1 braking.
  • Silhouettes – Improved differential settings, improved rear suspension kinematics, reduced pneumatic trail, increased mechanical trail.
  • Silverstone – Fixed some traffic cones troubles
  • Touring Classics – Improved differential settings. The Skyline R32 received a base setup tune up.

Source: RaceRoom