As we have already mentioned here and there, all the GT3-Specs cars have received a physics update, bringing them to the latest quality standard. This update will be included in the patch, and you will be able to experience it for yourself right as we come back from deployment maintenance. Thanks to great data findings and the precious help of KW Suspensions, we were able to completely rebuild our suspension model for all our "GT3-specs" cars. As soon as @Karsten Borchers got his hands on great damper shock dyno charts, there was no stopping him. But he didn't stop on suspensions. Oh no... The cars have improved in all other aspects and the whole physics package now reflects the progress we have achieved in the physics department to date. Aerodynamics, tires, gearbox ratios, steering geometry,... all have been improved. Hand in hand with @Marko Hartikainen they managed to deliver a package that also provides much more accurate tyre wear and fuel management. Just as in real life, the cars now have a locked differential, fixed gear ratios and make use of Traction Control, which complies with the FIA GT3 regulations. The ratios are the actual real ones, and when data wasn't available, they were matched with onboard footage. IMPORTANT: Your custom setups won't be compatible anymore, and you need to start over by resetting them back to default (same applies for the steering settings). We also decided to bring the P4/5 into the GTR3 class and BOP it accordingly, so it can compete against the GT3 Armada in his natural habitat: the Nordschleife. The P4/5 is no longer in GTRX class, where we're sure you'll agree it wasn't a good fit anyway. During this process it received a livery modification to match the real car, as well as a sound update. Finally a word on some new cars, we know you have been asking for a lot. We do have plans to bring the Ford Mustang GT3 to the GTR3 class, which should hopefully be the case in one of the next updates. The Bentley Continental GT3 is currently being reviewed by Bentley and should be released some time in April. We plan to make it available in both GT Masters 2015 and the GTR3 classes. The exact liveries we will ship it with are pending Bentley's decision. As you already know, we've recently announced that the new McLaren 650S GT3 will join the GT3 field in RaceRoom. We will not stop there as other new GT3 cars will be announced in the near future, so stay tuned! For those of you waiting for a GTR3 Pack, we can say, that it is in the plans, and will hit the shelves when the time is right. In the meantime enjoy the already massive selection of completely overhauled and up-to-date GT3 cars in RaceRoom!