Hard at work on the build up to the Christmas holidays, Image Space Incorporated have again released an update to some much loved older content, this time bringing the FISI 2012 open wheel formula car to version 1.6. Adding limited tweaks to the visual aspects of the cars, most of this 108mb update consists of enhancements to the core physics and tyres of the vehicle, including tyres upgrades to CPM standards as well as wet tyre improvements. Bringing the car in line with later ISI releases, chassis flex has also been implemented and should make a reasonably large improvement to the way the car behaves on track, as well as the requirement for those familiar with the vehicle think again about any historic setup solutions that may have been used in the past. The update is available to download via the Steam Worksop or for those not currently using the Steam version of the game, download links can be found directly on the ISI website. The full changelog can be found below: Tyre Tweaks. AI cut corners less. Downforce slightly increased (about 3+%). Faster pit times for tyre changes. Reduced max toe angles. Minor setup tweaks. Minor chassis tweaks, including better unsprung masses. New steering system. Recalculated brake system, including reduced brake bias adjustability range. .75kg fuel steps now (near enough to 1L) Removed redundant class filter from .veh files “ISI_FM02” Tyres updated to use CPM, including wet tyre improvements. Moved to Ultrachassis (which includes proper working chassis flex, DOF improvements, additional compliance’s, and quicker (more direct) steering). AI correlation tweaks. Placed pushrods near upright to decrease inaccurate ‘degressive rates’. Tiny Aero tweaks. Including very slight reduction to turbulent air. Latest sound attenuation tweaks. Slight optimization to LOD distances. Some additional newer tracks added to trackconfigs.ini Have you noticed an improvement in how the latest version of the car behaves? Perhaps you have found/lost some laptime with the new version? Let us know in the comments section below!