RaceRoom update tweaks physics and track grip ahead of Daytona 2.4H

RaceRoom update tweaks physics and track grip ahead of Daytona 2.4H

In a busy week for RaceRoom Racing Experience, the PC-based racing simulator has received an update that changes the physics for the top-two prototype classes.

The P1 Prototype category includes the free Mistral M530 and DMD P20 plus the premium Audi R18, while the P2 Prototype class includes the Mistral 531, DMD P21, Chevrolet Daytona Prototype and a pair of Radical SR9s – Judd and AER.

The update for these vehicles is described as a “complete physics overhaul” and all leaderboards are wiped as a result.

In addition, the grip level of the Daytona International Speedway has been slightly reduced, and therefore these leaderboards are also wiped.

The Prototype and Daytona updates are no doubt in preparation for the RaceRoom Daytona 2.4H Ranked Event, which is happening this weekend and will be broadcast live on the RaceRoom YouTube channel, Saturday 29th January.

Elsewhere in the patch are tweaks to fuel consumption of the GT2 category vehicles and the BMW M235i, while the TC1 WTCC touring cars now have AI improvements and equalised gear ratios. The recently added TT Circuit Assen has also had its grip levels tweaked.

This latest update follows the addition of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway earlier this week and the news that the Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 will be available soon. Busy times for the platform, let us know in the comments below if you’ve been enjoying RaceRoom of late.

RaceRoom Racing Experience 27th January 2022 update changelog

  • Shared Memory API – Fixed an issue with pit menu states
  • BMW M235i – Slight reduction of fuel consumption
  • Electric vehicles – Fixed various issues introduced while adding support for hybrid engines
  • GT2s – Equalised fuel consumptions
  • P1 & P2 – Complete physics overhaul (leaderboards wiped)
  • WTCC TC1’s – AI improvements, equalised gear ratios
  • Zakspeed Capri – Increased rear wing downforce at 10 degrees yaw
  • Bilster Berg – Fixed cut detection around the pitlane entrance of the West layout
  • Daytona – Slight reduction of grip levels all around the track (leaderboard wiped)
  • TT Assen – Increase of grip levels all around the track
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