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F1 2021 Adds Jeddah Circuit In Latest Update

Just a month ago, F1 2021 expanded its track selection by adding the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, better known as simply Imola, and the Autodromo Algarve in Portimao another month before that. Now, another brand-new track is coming to the game as the Jeddah Corniche Circuit has been added in the latest update.

This means F1 fans will be able to race at the new street circuit before the actual F1 drivers do in December for the penultimate event of the season. The track will be integrated seamlessly, meaning players will not have to start over in their career modes as Jeddah will be an option at the start of an upcoming season. It will also be immediately available in Time Trial, Grand Prix, Real-Season Start and Online Modes.

The update includes a new patch as well, which addresses various issues throughout the game. You will find a full list of patch notes below. Perhaps somewhat unpopularly, the white Red Bull livery used at the Turkish Grand Prix will revert to the usual livery the team is using currently, with some minor fixes to better match the looks of the real car.

How much are you looking forward to giving the ultra-fast street circuit a go? Feel free to let us know in the comments!

Patch 1.13 Notes

New Content

  • Jeddah has been added to the game
  • Added option to enable or disable Pit Lane Tyre Temperature simulation so cars that box closer to the pit lane entrance are not disadvantaged by colder tyres as they exit the pit lane.
  • 2021 Red Bull has been reverted to their traditional livery with a visual update to closer match the real season
  • Added option to disable driver moves in career
  • Equal performance has been added to Grand Prix mode using F1 2021 cars
Online
  • Users kicked from a session due to the timer running out are no longer banned from the session
  • Host-spectators will now correctly see the race starts lights go out at the same time as racers
General
  • Addressed an issue where the “Advance” button could disappear from a career save
  • R&D progress history screen now looks correct with the increased number of available tracks
  • Victory VO can now correctly be previewed within the item store
  • Addressed an issue where users could go out of world in photo mode on Imola
  • Fanatec CSL DD pedals now have the correct brake and throttle thresholds
  • DRS white line has been adjusted on Imola to match the activation point
  • General stability improvements
  • Various minor fixes
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imola has get some time, but codies were superfast about this one. Ready waaaaaay before the real time
Anyway. Played it. If saudis could finish it, will be a gorgeous track
 
I need to quit work like right now :ninja:

Pit lane option??? I'm lost whats the change really about ?
 
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Wow the track is super fast, fun and has great flow! 98 % of the track is like full throttle. Haven't had time to run a setup. Did 8 -9 laps in Time Trial before I had to run errands can't wait to get back to it!
 
i was actually quite encouraged seeing those images, in construction, once you start seeing outlines it's as good as done, that at least is my impression from years of passing building sites. experts, obviously, may disagree
 
i was actually quite encouraged seeing those images, in construction, once you start seeing outlines it's as good as done, that at least is my impression from years of passing building sites. experts, obviously, may disagree
They now have around 3000 workers doing day and nights shift to finish it on time.

BTW. its a nice hotlapping track, but horrible for proper racing. The walls are close to the track and it's quite narrow, for the extreme speeds cars can reach here. Not to many different racing lines are possible.
 
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