To coincide with the recent update to the 1975 Brabham BT44B, Image Space Incorporated's Michael Borda has released the latest in his line of Physics Development blogs. In the newest blog post, Borda concentrates on tTool & Batch Testing. The Brabham BT44B has been developed under licence by ISI using the latest tools available to the studio, however what has made this car different to previous releases is the accompanying detailed support documentation posted by ISI. Michael Borda, who has been responsible for the development of the Brabham, has released several highly detailed blog posts explaining some of the more in depth aspects involved with creating a vehicle for rFactor 2. Usually Borda's blog postings (as can be seen on the ISI Forum here) coincide with the relevant update release of the Brabham, so players can learn how the process behind the development phase work while at the same time trying out the latest version for themselves. With 0.80 having been released recently, ISI have posted another highly detailed explanation behind the work involved in creating the detailed physical characteristics found in rFactor 2 tyres. Interesting reading for those who wish to browse, but potentially vital information for the many established and developing modding groups throughout the community. This is an excellent imitative from ISI and has gone a long way towards supporting the many individuals with an interest in creating mod vehicles for rF2. It is highly refreshing to see the studio share this level of information and hopefully help strengthen the somewhat shrunken modding community in recent times. Brabham BT44B Changelog v080 Revised tyres. Decrease in yaw sensitivity of aero. Increase default fuel load. Tweaked default damper settings. Updated windshield New driver and animation New helmet and head Added side and virtual mirrors Take a look around the RaceDepartment rFactor 2 forum for more news about the most recent Image Space Incorporated racing sim. Have a browse through our modding database, engage with fellow fans and of course sample our superb rFactor 2 Racing Club! Have you been following the progress of these development blogs? Do you like the v80 release of the Brabham? Have you discovered anything new / interesting regarding these posts? Let us know in the comments section below!