This question is something that was in my mind many times in the last years, because I have two friends that for different reasons have different degrees of reduced mobility. They are not simracers though, one is in fact a hardcore gamer because he can perfectly use keyboard and mouse, but this raised this questions: Does appropriate hardware for simracers with reduced mobility exist? I assume depending on the degree and type of the problem, some persons would be able to use a gamepad for their racing sims, but what happens if they want to properly race like they would do in a real car, isn't that what most of us want to do? Albert Llovera it's the Abarth Spain official driver (he's Andorran wich is the same for Spain and specially Catalonia than Monaco for France in terms of culture ), he participated in the WRC and he's quite succesful, to the point you can say he's not more succesful because his driving talent and not because his physical problem. He was co-drivered by Marc Martí, the former Sainz co-driver in his last years after Luis Moya. In real life racing, as we've seen with other examples as Zanardi, this barriers are lower than ever, in fact racing with reduced mobility depends mostly on budget, just like "usual" racing does. But it happens the same in simracing? I'm not that sure. I can't see many wheels with analogical paddles that can be used as throttle and brake, or even better a full ring for a brake and throttle like in real cars. I'm keeping my Driving Force (first PS2 model for Gran Turismo 3) because it's the only one I can see that can be more or less used in this circumstances, I did when I had leg injuries in the past and was usable but not optimal. There are lots of simracing hardware manufacturers and gadgets around, but I never found something to be used in this direction. Why? The obvious answer could be because there are not many simracers with reduced mobility... but this may be indicative of all the barriers there are to enter this world if you have a physical problem like that. Usually people with reduced mobility have a lot of difficulties in cities and outside because an unfriendly not well planified environment, so they spend more time at home that the average person... which is basically what simracers do as well, be at your sim instead going outside I would like to know the community, hardware producers and specially persons in that situation (or parents, relatives, etc.) impressions about how they see the situation and what can be done to improve it. Cheers! P.S.- I apologize if I didn't use the correct terms to refer to persons in this situations, just made a literal translation from the correct terms in spanish "personas con movilidad reducida".