rFactor 2 update fixes BTCC and Formula Pro car issues

A new hotfix has been deployed for rFactor 2, bringing several visual, audio, and AI issues for the Toyota Corolla and Infiniti Q50 BTCC cars as well as the Formula Pro.

rFactor 2 hotfix for BTCC and Formula Pro cars

For the Infiniti Q50, a missing turbo sound has been added and there are fixes for the steering wheel. The pace and grip of the AI has also been increased for the Toyota and Infiniti.

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Additionally, Studio 397 has made some minor graphical tweaks such as darkening the texture behind the Toyota’s front grill and adding graphical tyre compounds.

The Formula Pro also gets a few audio fixes along with adjustments to the external volume in the cockpit view.

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The latest hotfix comes after the recent July Release Candidate previewing the next build update due to arrive in August. Among the new features in the Release Candidate include dynamic track temperatures and improved ABS and traction control.

For a full list of changes, you can check out the full rFactor 2 July 2022 Hotfix patch notes below.

rFactor 2 July 2022 Hotfix Patch Notes

Formula Pro 1.21

  • Removed old SFX files
  • Reworked volume of grass and brakes
  • Increased external volumes in cockpit view

Infiniti Q50 2020 1.11

  • Fixed gap in wheel
  • Steering wheel fix
  • Fixed missing turbo sound
  • Fixed typo in sound file
  • Added different graphical tire compounds
  • Increased AI grip
  • Sped AI up a bit to match Toyota
  • Reworked volume levels for grass, gravel and brakes

Toyota Corolla 2020 1.13

  • Fixed issue on chassis model
  • Made texture behind front grill darker
  • Fixed missing sound
  • Fixed typo in sound file
  • Increased amount of dirt visible on internal windows
  • Added graphical tire compounds
  • Fixed rim and rim blur
  • Increased AI grip
  • Increased AI speed
  • Reworked volume levels for grass, gravel and brakes

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