Studio 397 have released a new update for rFactor 2 that adds a rather considerable list of improvements to the Formula Two car as well as bringing new content to DX11 standards. Some of you have probably already noted the change log and intention to update to DX11 in the recent rFactor 2 Development Roadmap post released yesterday, and true to their word the development studio have come good on the release and updated both the Brazilian Grand Prix hosting Sao Paulo circuit to the latest DX11 standards as well as bringing a massive and rather impressive list of enhancements to the now rather old Formula Two car, a machine often criticised when it released very early in the life of rFactor 2 (under the guidance of Image Space Incorporated). 21st June 2017 rFactor 2 Update Track São Paulo 2013 Car Formula 2 2012 Formula 2 2012 Physics changelog: Full CPM tyre upgrade. AI improvements to help launch on race starts. AI now take longer to warm up tyres. AI correlation tweaks to slightly decrease grip. Added RCD / talent file. AI tweaks to make them faster overall. Lower initial tyre temperatures and more pressure buildup. Softened front ARB. More damping in suspension components. Minor tyre tweaks to include more damping. Correction to low downforce package to add stability. Added optional caster upgrade to help increase the cornering forces in the FFB. Reduced flatspot intensity on front tyres. Softened steering slightly. Low-end torque slightly increased. Corrected unsprung inertia. New engine throttle map. Softened chassis. Improved inertia. Lowered max brake force. Set default brake pressure to realistic typical usage. Rear ARB increased to be bit stiffer and better match the data. Reduced fuel consumption by appropriately 20%, this should give more plausible fuel consumption figures. Slightly less dirty air in the slip-steam (in particular, less understeer so you can follow a tiny bit closer). Front ARB now displays stiffness to make it clearer. Wheel rate correction. Added chassis flex. Added new steering system. Softened shifts, this should make up-shifts more harmonious especially in mid-corner. With the release of the F2 and Sao Paulo now completed, Studio 397 have now gone a long way towards bringing the vast majority of first party car and track content to the latest DX11 standards. You can see a full list of the latest build release official content below: Tracks Silverstone 2012 Mores 2013 Indianapolis 2013 Nola Motorsports Park 2016 AtlantaMP 2014 TobanRP 2016 MillsMetro 2011 Portugal 2009 Palm Beach 2012 Malaysia 2007 Monte Carlo 1966 Quebec Super Kart 2011 São Paulo 2013 Cars StockCar 2015 Howston G4 1968 Howston G6 1968 Indycar Dallara DW12 2014 Nissan GT500 2013 USF2000 2016 AC Cobra 427SC 1967 Chevrolet Camaro GT3 2012 Corvette C6R GT2 2009 Kart Cup Honda Civic BTCC 2013 Formula Renault 3.5 Renault Clio Cup 2010 Brabham BT20 1966 Howston Dissenter 1974 Panoz Roadster 1999 Nissan GTR 2011 Formula 2 2012 rFactor 2 is a racing simulation created by Image Space Incorporated and continued development undertaken by Studio 397. The sim is available to purchase from Steam now. For more rFactor 2 goodness you really do need to check out our rFactor 2 sub forum here at RaceDepartment. If you want a great place to hang with sim racing fans, catch up on the latest news articles and engage in some pretty special league and club racing events held on a regular basis, then pop over and come make yourself at home! Have you tried the new rF2 Formula Two car yet? What do you think of the changes produced by Studio 397? How does the car now rank in comparison to the "best" rFactor 2 has to offer? Let us know in the comments section below!