Formula 1 Racing Driving Simulator is a luxury toy for rich boys

November 15, 2012 by  
Filed under Car Reviews, Days Out, Hobbies, Transport

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Fitted with the original Pirelli F1 tyres and Brembo brake callipers, here’s is the state-of-the-art full-size F1 high-end racing car driving simulator which is truly as much close to F1 racing car as one can ever get. Described to be one of the most realistic simulators in the market, it boasts three 23-inch TFT screens and a 5.1 speaker system enough to blow your ears off, which are also made to order as per the buyer’s choice of chosen team colours.

With a replica F1 cockpit, this ultimate big boy toy will be installed by the company engineers, who will also train the new owner at his facility to use the controls and the get the most of their $144,790 luxury toy.

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Driving simulator are used for entertainment as well as in training of driver’s education courses taught in educational institutions and private businesses. They are also used for research purposes in the area of human factors and medical research, to monitor driver behaviour, performance, and attention and in the car industry to design and evaluate new vehicles or new advanced driver assistance systems.

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Also, the large screens create a precise and immerser driving simulator experience, and the users can choose from all the current F 1 racing teams, and can race on all the F1 circuits.


If this is a little out of your price range you will be happy to know that you are able to hire one that has been made to feel just like a real F1 car.

“Experience Formula 1 from the safety of our full and half size driving simulators. We have adapted a real F1 car with realistic force feedback through the steering wheel, simulating the loading effect whilst cornering, braking and acceleration. Controlled by the participant using the on-board brake and accelerator pedals.

The experience is enhanced as the participant sits in a genuine car with a full set of wheels and aerodynamics.


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