Talented game designed PiBoSo has updated karting simulation Kart Racing Pro to version 15b, adding a host of fixes and improvements including improved support for Oculus Rift users. Alongside the new Rift enhancements and usual game fixes, version 15b also brings to the simulation a new circuit in the form of the 2016 layout for Lonato. Kart Racing Pro currently has 26 different karts and four tracks as part of the standard content offering. However with the game engine able to support community modding, plenty of additional tracks and vehicles are available to download via the Kart Racing Pro forum. PiBoSo has confirmed work on new and updated karts and on improved netcode is in progress ready for a full version 1 release soon. Changelog: fix: chassis simulation fix: aerodynamic simulation fix: tyres' physics data fix: race gap calculation fix: track animations timer fix: kart selection page optimization fix: allow for a separate track layout image fix: screen resolution setting fix: plugins sprites color fix: plugins calls when loading a replay fix: input plugins POV support fix: updated to Oculus SDK 1.3.x fix: user interface background new: karts default setups support new: garage wheels load and ride height readouts new: compare setups option new: fixed setup option new: default controller profiles support new: intake paint support new: dash paint support new: option to force the rolling start new: wing support new: moving wing support new: shared skies support new: random skies support new: support for dash flashing led new: driver and camera set selection from plugin new: vsync setting new: MyChron5 dash new: Lonato 2016 Changelog 15b: fix: joystick calibration bug Steam Greenlight Trailer: Kart Racing Pro is currently at Steam Greenlight status, and will be available on the Steam store in the coming weeks. Check out the Kart Racing Pro steam page here. Those of you who want to get in on the action earlier can download the game demo directly from the Kart Racing Pro website. Upgrades to a full game licence can be purchased from the site. Do you own Kart Racing Pro? What do you think of the game? Does the increased VR support make this title appeal more to those of you who don't already own it? Let us know in the comments section below!