The future of race training.
(This is a screenshot from the simulation)
Virtual racing, also known as sim racing, combines hardware and software to simulate real-world automobile racing. With variables such as fuel usage, tire wear, and suspension settings, the technology is realistic enough to be used as a training tool for professional drivers around the world.
Learn true racecraft.
High-speed racing is completely different from driving on normal roads. Learning to race in a simulator is a safe and cost-effective way to get your racing career started.
Numerous cars. Numerous tracks.
It’s all up to you. Drive one car to master it or drive many cars to develop a broader skill set. Same goes for tracks. Virtual racing brings the entire racing world to your fingertips.
Practicing left-foot braking or advanced heel-toe shifting is stressful at a track day. Simulators allow you to practice your footwork without fear of damaging your car or your pride.
Increased concentration levels.
Just like on-track, losses of concentration in the simulator can result in mistakes and crashes. Learn to push your limits lap after lap, then watch that practice translate to the track.
Learning to drive and make corrections at high speeds in the simulator is the closest thing to driving on-track in the real world. That’s why professional drivers around the world train on simulators.