Hot on the heels of a new build release for premium racing simulator rFactor 2, Image Space Incorporated have made available for download a new update for the much loved Renault Megane Trophy, bringing the cars to version 1.02 and adding several cool new features. Weighing in at just 141mb, the new update can be downloaded directly from the ISI website. Featuring 3 different specifications, namely the 2009-11 360bhp model, 2012 Evo coming in at 400bhp and an high fuel capacity endurance car for those with a taste for the long distance... Version 1.02 brings a nice little fix allowing full 900 degrees of rotation that wasn't properly implemented for some steering wheels and moves all versions of the car to CPM tyres, bringing about some significant changes to driving technique in order to get the most out of these specialist racing tin tops. Further enhancements to the physics introduce chassis flex and various improvements to the behaviour of the cars. As another unexpected bonus version 1.02 uses a new 3d model, upgrading the car to the latest standards and brining to life a model that was once of the earlier pieces of content to hit the sim back in its early development. Main changes: upgraded to specification 2012 Evo (2009 spec. still available as an upgrade) along with lots of small improvements. updated to ultrachassis suspension physics, which allows chassis flex. Also slightly improved suspension geometry and motion ratios. uses CPM tire physics with all the latest tech, including rain tire improvements. re-calculated brake system. uses new 3d model, special thanks to RMT! Don't forget to stop by our rFactor 2 Racing Club right here on RaceDepartment and join your fellow racers in some of the best content to be found in the sim! In other news the ISI Track Team have recently released the below sneak peak of a new 3PA (third party affiliate) track image. Can you tell what it is yet...? Have you tried the new Megane Trophy cars yet? How do you feel the car has changed since its initial release? Let us know in the comments section below!