Sector3 Studios have recently started releasing images of upcoming enhancements to RaceRoom Racing Experience in the form of the much needed and highly requested option to save car setups in game. Curiously missing since the RaceRoom beta first hit the digital shelves back in 2012, saving and loading of car setups is very high on many people's list of 'must have' features in any modern racing title and now the compact Swedish team will be bringing this function - alongside other as yet unannounced features - in the upcoming R3E patch due to hit the game... "soon". With additional features and updates promised in the upcoming patch, Sector3 had the following to say: "Our programmers are busy as ever preparing game feature and function improvements for the coming game updates. Right now the focus is on ForceFeedback, car setup functionality, Fuel use and a brand new updated compact Head-Up-Display implementation" With impressive new content in the form of the Audi Sport TT Cup car, NSU Prinz TTS, Formula RaceRoom 2 alongside previews of the upcoming Formula RaceRoom Junior and Bentley Continental GT3 fans of the title will be pleased to see some new features and functionality on the horizon. RaceRoom Racing Experience has a long way to go before it can match some of its more developed rivals for in-game features and functionality, but this is another solid step in the right direction for a game that has shown good improvement in the last 18 months. Of course questions are raised as to why such a fundamental feature hadn't been implemented sooner, but better late than never. With the planned Force Feedback changes, recently implemented physics updates to some vehicles in-game and of course the upcoming release of the legendary Nordschleife in all it's laser-scanned glory, 2016 is shaping up to be a big year for this sim. Don't forget to take a look at the RaceRoom Racing Experience forum and Racing Club right here on RaceDepartment. At long last some much needed new and important functionality is coming to R3E! Are you excited about the ability to save setups in game? Will you be sharing yours in the RaceRoom forum here at RD? Let us know in the comments section below!