Drivers navigate courses via three 23 inch TFT Screens (8ms) mounted up front and driven by a seriously tricked out PC
F1 features a 5.1 digital sound system with a sub-woofer behind the driver and strategically placed speakers throughout
$140,000 US F1 simulator by FCMG International features mounds of carbon fiber, Brembo brakes, Pirelli show slicks and intricately detailed aero elements
Realistic steering feedback is provided to the removable steering wheel by a high-use force feedback unit with industrial rollers and motors
Players of the Forza and Gran Turismo race series understand that every little advantage counts when working to trim lap times. In game, details like tires, camber angles, damper settings, plus engine mods are just a few of the tuning tricks to enhance a racer's performance. But deep down, budding racers know that such sops to realism are nothing compared to a full-scale F1 simulator. Luckily for them Costco UK and FMCG International have a solution – a US$116,650 full-scale F1 simulator.
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