With the release of the new Dawn of Justice movie just around the corner – we thought it would be fun to create something a little different for Formula Fast Fans. We had a few hours free on the Tuesday, so with some £20.00 superhero suits I found on ebay, we dressed up our Track and Fleet Managers in what can only be described as the least convincing costumes ever seen. (Although we all agreed, Superman’s hair was almost a perfect match).Read More›
Authentic, Immersive and Accurate – Using the steering, pedal and gear controls found in a proper racing car, a racing simulator enables you to drive the car of your choice on real-life circuits, replicated in incredible detail, for a fraction of the real cost.
Simulators replicate real-life handling and variables like tyre wear and car setup. You’ll also feel feedback from the controls as you push the car to the limit.
Whereas racing/arcade games often remove ‘real-world’ elements to give you a sense of speed, racing sims aim to be as close as possible to reality – they are purpose-built to be accurate, which doesn’t necessarily mean easy.
This level of detail means that simulators can cost over 100x more than a typical console racing game setup – but with 100% more excitement!