RaceRoom update balances WTCR 2018 class - Team VVV

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Game: RaceRoom Racing Experience

Platform: PC

Publisher: Sector 3 Studios

Release Date: 12/02/2013

RaceRoom Racing Experience has undergone a 235MB update today which balances the performance of the 7 cars within the WTCR 2018 class.

These balances come just in time for the opening round of the Esports WTCR OSCARO, which can be watched live via a stream on Sunday, August 26, at 17:00 GMT (19:00 EU) with live commentary either on the Facebook Page of the FIA WTCR or on YouTube.

Besides the balances, the development team has also patched in some art fixes with more to come. You can view the changelog for today’s update below.


Cars

WTCR 2018 – Balance of Performance
Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR – Reduced ballast weight
Audi RS 3 LMS – Reduced ballast weight
Cupra TCR – Reduced ballast weight
Honda Civic TCR – No change
Hyundai i30 N TCR – Reduced ballast weight
Peugeot 308 TCR – Reduced ballast weight
Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR – Reduced ballast weight

Sounds

Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR – increased cockpit coast volume and external gearshifts volume

Art

Added the remaining suits and helmets textures to all WTCR cars
Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR – Various tweaks to the cockpit, attached the window net a bit higher, fixed over-reflective objects in the cockpit.
Cupra TCR – Fixed over-reflective objects in the cockpit. Added missing logo on the flanks of car #66.
Honda Civic TCR – Data display modified to MoTec C127 (Black), fixed over-reflective objects in the cockpit.
Hyundai i30 N TCR – “H” logo now sits on the upper radiator grid. Shift lights in the cockpit are now better adjusted.
Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR – Tweak to the position of the driver’s fingers

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R3E balance of performance is very tricky to pull off. Those testing the sim realise this can and is an issue until the very fastest drivers try the sim out and report back.

Alex H is doing a great job with the physics.