F1 2019 Patch Notes: Update 1.21

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F1 2019 Patch Notes: Update 1.21 Fixes Pit Stops & Leagues

Codemasters have released yet another small patch to fix a few small issues plaguing F1 2019. This patch is focused on fixing a few small bugs which are detailed below. We are glad that Codemasters are still actively releasing patches for this game so late in to it’s window. Although we’re sure that the F1 2020 game is Codemasters number 1 priority right now.

READ MORE – F1 2020 Release Date & Everything We Know So Far

F1 2019 Update 1.21 Patch Analysed

So what have Codemasters fixed in this latest F1 2019 patch?

Pit Stop Updates

This latest patch will allow you to change the front wing of your car regardless as to how much damage it has taken. You will be able to finally pit with a light green damaged front wing and is “Repair Wing Damage” is set to yes on your MFD, your pit crew will change it for you.

League Racing

Addressed an issue where users would get stuck between qualifying sessions if full qualifying and saving between sessions was enabled.


A couple of bugs have been fixed when in spectator mode;

  • Addressed an issue where users could see drivers on incorrect tyres after a pit stop.
  • The spectated car will no longer appear ghosted in one-shot qualifying.

Time Trial

Formula 2 car leaderboards will now show which era car has been used (2018 or 2019).

Source: Codemasters

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