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F1Showcar Motion Simulator of $44,000

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Bram, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Always dreamt of having your own F1 simulator? If you have some spare cash left (roughly between $20,000 and $40,000) this is the time to purchase one in full F1 style!

    F1Showcar™ replicates the latest race cars, with all the appropriate control devices and the best virtual racing simulation software. You or your customers can race against computer generated competitors in a full size racing car. The racers can set up suspension, gear ratios and wings, calculate fuel loads. Deal with variable weather conditions.

    Click here to read more on the F1Showcar website

    P.S. can we have one to write a review article?
     

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  2. If I had enough money, I would buy one for RD, but alas at the moment I don't. But you never know, maybe in the future if I ever get to where I want things to go with MMG and the PC Hardware and all.
     
  3. Very nice thing.I like that F1 Simultor.I will buy one for me if i will have alot of money.
     
  4. I want it!
     
  5. Martin Bulgin

    Martin Bulgin
    Premium Member

    If I ever win the lottery I`m buying 2 in Williams colours.
     
  6. I hope people understand this is intended for commercial use :p
     
  7. Looks sluggish and it's only got a Momo in it :p

    Can think of a few other simulators that look better value for the money.
     
  8. LOL Good thing these guys don't put the tyres on IRL - the left tyres are mounted the wrong way (rotating backwards)!!

    As Damian says, I can think of others rigs that would be better value: the roll centres are too low & it's waaay slow, no yaw (that I could see), you'd need a step ladder to get into it, & seeing the real wheels (which don't move) as well as the nose of the car on-screen (with suspension that moves) could be disconcerting.