We’ve seen many racing simulators in the past, and the Cruden Hexatech has certainly got to be one of the most expensive ones, chalking up a bill of $191,000. For that princely sum, you’ll get a simulator that is completely suspended on a hydraulic tripod, allowing you to simulate F1, NASCAR, WRC and Le Mans races. You’ll be able to receive feedback from the chassis, track, tire, suspension settings, drive trains, aero load, and all sorts of stuff. It comes with three 42-inch screens, but since you’re rich enough to get this, you could always get a specially built room and project the images on those walls, right? How do you think this compares to the Ferrari simulator?
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