Sector3 Studios have confirmed the next patch for the RaceRoom Racing Experience will be available next week, and it looks set to include the new Imola DLC track! As previewed earlier last week, Sector3 have built what appears to be a highly polished digital version of the legendary Italian track for RaceRoom Racing Experience, adding the circuit to the game store as early as the upcoming patch due for public release late next week. Famous for both its flowing curves and as the scene of fatal accidents for Roland Ratzenburger and Ayrton Senna in 1994, the RaceRoom edition of Imola will of course be the most recent and up to date layout of a track much changed over the years. Also known as the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, the Imola circuit has played host to numerous Formula One Grand Prix since making its debut on the calendar during the 1963 season. Since that non championship Formula One race won by the great Jim Clark, Imola has held many Formula One and other high level bike and car events, not least of which would be the famous 1980 running of the race under the Italian Grand Prix moniker, seeing Imola host the Italian round of the championship as a temporarily alternative to the usual home in Monza. Such was the success of the 1980 running, Imola would continue to host Formula One races under the San Marino Grand Prix title, giving Italy two Grand Prix per year and becoming the unofficial home of the Ferrari team. Imola is 4.9km in length and the lap record stands at 1:24.355 by Damon Hill, driving for Williams Renault in the ill fated 1994 running of the Formula One race. RaceRoom Racing Experience is available for PC as a free base game, with further content updates available from the RaceRoom Store. Take your RaceRoom Racing Experience online with RaceDepartment. Check out our Club and League Racing sub forum for a great place to sample a popular and wide cross-section of cars and tracks from Sector3 Studios current racing simulation. As well as organised Club and League events, we also host a number of mods and car setups, plus a thriving sub forum dedicated to this racing title. Looking forward to Imola coming to RaceRoom? Any other tracks you would particularly like to see in future? Let us know in the comments section below!