rFactor 2 developers Studio 397 have recently updated both the Zandvoort circuit and Brabham BT44b Formula One car. Not content with resting on their laurels following a successful run of announcements and content releases at the 2018 Sim Racing Expo, Studio 397 have remained hard at work back at base as they bring two useful updates to existing pieces of content for the simulation. Having showcased the impressive looking new version of Zandvoort during the historic McLaren Grand Prix car announcements over in Germany, the developers have now deployed another update to the Dutch circuit that brings Zandvoort to version 0.35, and with it moves another step closer to aligning the track with the current rFactor 2 standards. Most noticeable change from the update deployed on Saturday must surely be the inclusion of a first pass at accommodating the new weather effects in rFactor 2, however it is expected that has development of this track continues, further enhancements to how the circuit copes with the recently much improved weather conditions will be brought over to this increasingly enjoyable free track addition. The Zandvoort update wasn't the only change to existing rF2 content in the last few days, on Friday Studio 397 released a new version of the historic Brabham Formula One car, upgrading the historic racer to version 2.06 with a small update focussing on improving the current collision model. You can see the full change log for both items below: Brabham BT44 V2.06 (updated 28/09/2018) Updated the collision model. Added a template. Zandvoort 2017 V0.35 (updated 29/09/2018) Added basic weather files to all layouts Added Medium rrbin for the GP layout Removed 2 legacy SCN from the GMT folder Removed legacy RRBIN files rFactor 2 is available exclusively for PC from Steam now. Check out the rFactor 2 sub forum here at RaceDepartment for all the latest news and discussion with regards to the simulation. You can take part in lively debates with fellow rFactor 2 fans and take part in some great Club and League racing events..! Head over to the forum now! Like what you see at RaceDepartment? Follow us on social media! Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube Twitch What do you think of the latest versions of Zandvoort and the Brabham BT44B Grand Prix car? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!