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Yes, it looks like a F1 car.
The racing simulator is encased in a F1 replica car with Brembo brake calipers and Pirelli tires.
The simulator comes in either silver, red, or black. All you have to do is ask, and pay $140.000 for it.
Also, this ‘car’ runs on a powerful i7 based PC, featuring 23-inch screens and a 5.1 audio system.
Now you can have your own F1 car right in your home! A dream come true and this might make your life more interesting.
The engineers at Cruden especially made this driving simulator for private use.
Worth 135.000, the Hexatech Hexathrill Racing Simulator features a separate PC Cabined and an Operatior Station, which allows the drivers to choose tracks and to manage race settings.
Compared to the Hexatech range, the simulator’s height, weight and footprint requirement are reduced by 30%.
To add more realism, this driving simulator also has seat belt sensors.
This device is not a racing simulator per se, but was designed with that idea in mind.
The Swedish manufacturer, Normal Design, created the 16o-inch curved rear screen for anyone who wants to train, especially for F1 drivers.
This awesome screen was inspired from the shape of the human eye.
The screen comes with a F1 body, and of course, with a price tag of $114.285.
The Motion Pro II is the second driving simulator that we love, because it offers lots of choices.
If you want to purchase this item, you should know what it comes with 4 steering wheels and several shifter types.
The best part is that all of these can be swapped for others in between sessions.
Also, it features a 5.1 Sound System with 1500 Watts and more than 1.000 cars and 40 race tracks. Are those enough for you?
The following driving simulators have incredibly large screens and chassis.
This one for example features a chassis which sits on a 4-actuator motion system, providing its players a feeling of realistic motion.
Also, VGT Pro Carbon include a Sparco steering wheel with 6 controls, a sequential paddle shifter, and you can add an optional Carbon Fiber trim. All for $67.172.
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