Cruden came up with their F1 simulator that costs a cool $200,000, where it will come with half a doze DOF (Degrees of Freedom), accompanied by a 100% accurate steering wheel and G-force simulation that is capable of churning out multiple values of G. Within, you will find equipment which are no different from the one used by the professional racing drivers and engineers, alongside a special kind of software that cannot be purchased off the shelf. Opt for either a trio of 42″ displays or stereo projectors, single or three-seat setup, open/closed cockpit and an optional bodykit.
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