The current RPM's dont work with the new kernel.
I'm a nubie so please bear with me.
I got the new kernel RPMs and installed them using the nifty update program. The new kernel won't let X start up. I get an NVdriver error. I take it this is why you are asking about new driver RPM's?
Will the new ones have to be installed while logged into the new kernel? If so, can the entire process be done in the command line mode since X won't start?
I set my system to boot into runlevel 3 to ease the pain and X runs just fine with the old kernel.