System 3 has told Eurogamer that downloadable content for Ferrari Challenge on PS3 will be released "in the next month".
The publisher is also planning to issue a patch for the game to fix problems with the online modes, which aren't working properly for some people. We were told to expect something "in the next couple of weeks" as any update has to work its way through Sony's certification process.
Speaking on AVForums, a member of the development team going by 'Alanok' said: "We are aware of the problem and its being fixed right now.
"It's not going to be an overnight thing and it will need to be tested again so we don't get the same situation, it will then be sent to Sony for approval. Please bear with us it is being looked into."
On the subject of downloadables, he added: "As for DLC the first pack will shortly be released, I think its one track and five new cars some of which are beauties."
System 3 aims to release downloadable content monthly until Ferrari Challenge is home to every single Ferrari ever made.
We should have more detailed information on the downloadable stuff in the near future, and from what we've heard through the oily grapevine the first track will be an old favourite of racing game fans.
If you haven't already, then check out our Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli PS3 review for more on why you might want to take an interest.