As usual, our WMD forum has been extremely busy during the last seven days. Just in case you missed some of the action, below is a selection of not to be missed developments for you to catch up on.
If you want to go back even further, you can find last week's updates here
New painting templates for the Pagani Huayra and the Caterham Classic are available - Click Here
As first covered in last week's update, Casey Ringley has started working on improved light flares (coronas) - Click Here
A cool new vehicle select screen update is coming as outlined by Andy Tudor - Click Here
A timer test module has been added to TweakIt, users of tomorrow's Build 277 should report their results in this topic - Click Here
Fixes & Updates
New physics for the BAC Mono have been checked in - Click Here
Furthermore, Casey has also checked in ABS & TC fixes for the Mono and explains how traction control works in detail - Click Here
A new Master Server update has been deployed, please report any issues with the leaderboard in the announcement thread - Click Here
A crashing issues with the TweakIt tool has been fixed - Click Here
Sakitto has been equipped with cool new night lighting features - Click Here
Lots of new details have been added to Belgian Forest - Click Here
A new version of Badenring comes with improved trackside objects and night lighting - Click Here
Eifelwald is making great progress as more and more details are being added by our track team - Click Here
Perran Truran is quickly progressing on the 2012 BMW Z4 GT3 - Click Here
Meanwhile, JF Bouchard is taking care of the 1981 BMW M1 Procar - Click Here
Lewis Parrish-Hills has started collecting stats data for all vehicles in Project CARS and you`re asked to contribute - Click Here
Also, we invite you to join the discussion on Biker Bash, a possible new WMD project - Click Here
That's it for this week, have fun checking out all the material and make sure to join the discussions yourself!
The links above are for WMD team members only. If you΄re a free user and want to follow the development of Project CARS as well as enjoy regular development builds, simply click here to pick a tool pack and join the fun!