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Release Notes for March 24, 2014

Lucky Dog

– Fixed the bug where drivers with a meatball black flag could get the Lucky Dog.

Controls

– Fixed a bug that could cause the automatic parking brake to release unexpectedly when cars drop into the world or drop off jack stands.

– Fixed a bug that allowed anyone using the full automatic shifting driver aid to simply drive away at the start of a race while everyone else is still waiting for all the other drivers to get into their cars.

Start line

– Tracks that have a start line ahead of the finish line will now correctly do rolling starts relative to the start line, not thefinish line. Tracks that have this are:

Bathurst
Spa Endurance
Spa GP
Suzuka East
Suzuka GP
Suzuka Moto

Chevrolet Impala Class B

– Added a setup for charlotte_quadoval.

Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

– Added a setup for rockingham_oval.

Chevrolet SS-Gen6

– Updated setups for texas_oval, vegas_oval.

Ford Fusion-Gen6

– Update setups for texas_oval, vegas_oval.

Ford Mustang Class B

– Added a setup for charlotte_quadoval.

Mclaren MP4-12C GT3

– Added more fuel to the baseline setup.

Ruf RT 12R Track

– Improved cooling to reduce chance of engine blowups in long races.

Super Late model

– Added setups for dover, iowa_oval, milwaukee, newhampshire_oval, oxford, phoenix_oval, rockingham_oval.

Brass Monkey Support

– We are now utilizing the Brass Monkey engine http://playbrassmonkey.com/ to provide integration between your tablet/smart phone and iRacing. By downloading the brass monkey client from your app store you can now use your tablet or phone as a digital dash or even as a driving controller. Simply launch the Brass Monkey client on your phone, and click the iRacing link once the simulator is up and running. Tapping the steering wheel or HUD icon in the upper left will allow you to switch between displays. The app.ini key [Brass Monkey] BMAllowDrive=1 allows you to shut off the driving controls permanently.

1) Install brass monkey client on your phone/tablet
2) Launch brass monkey client on your phone/tablet
3) Start the iRacing simulator (not the website)
4) Click the iRacing link on the brass monkey client to connect
5) Click the steering wheel or HUD icon in the upper right hand side to switch between a heads up display and driving controls
6) If you can’t make this work, double check that your phone is on the same wifi network as your computer.

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