The first moving pictures of Zandvoort and the Toyota GT86 have appeared online early this morning when Stefano Casillo - Kunos Simulazioni's head honcho - was broadcasting the sixth installment in a series of live coding sessions. These livestreams are somewhat of a groundbreaking venture as very few developers, in any gaming genre, have actually provided a livestream for their methods and thought processes when developing their software. The videos are insightful as to the possible future direction that Assetto Corsa could take, and the current state of development and progress that the game is in. Casillo structures the videos by dedicating approximately 60-90 minutes to coding, and then a further 30 minutes to answering questions that viewers put to him in the live chatbox. In the video above, one viewer asks if it is possible for Casillo to perform a demo-lap around the much anticipated circuit park Zandvoort, which is due for arrival in the next patch. Casillo happily obliges, and loads up the circuit, ready to be tackled with the Toyota GT86 - another highly anticipated piece of content from the Italian developers. Kunos are well known in the simracing world for their incredibly accurate track representation thanks to laser-scanning technology. However, in the previous livestream, Casillo revealed that Zandvoort would not be a laser-scanned version, but would in fact be purchased from a modder and brought up to Official content standards by their track designer guru, Simone Trevisiol. A huge amount of uproar followed with some customers even reduced to withdrawing all future modding efforts of their own from Assetto Corsa, in what was a slight knee-jerk overreaction. Based on the footage above, the track looks exactly like the same fantastic quality content that Kunos are renowned for. They really have done another stellar job here. Version 1.2 of Assetto Corsa is scheduled for release at the end of July, and will include the aforementioned content plus many more additional (and long overdue) features to the multiplayer system and the single player experience, most notably AI optimizations. So be sure to stick and stay with RaceDepartment.com for all the reaction and thoughts on the update in the coming weeks.