If you dream of letting Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon eat your dust as you make your run to the Winner’s Circle, then you need to strap yourself into the Stock Car Racing Simulator, because it’s as close to the real deal as you can get and still be faking it.
A decaled, fiberglass shell and netted windows covers a steel frame roll cage that uses the same kind of moving platform mechanics found in museum simulators, insuring that you’ll get the most realistic racing experience that’s possible, and that experience begins as soon as you sit down at controls that will instantly look familiar to race fans.
A fluid-dampened steering wheel provides the same feel as driving a real stock car, offering subtle smoothness that you don’t get from force-feedback wheels. Behind the wheel, just like in real race cars, are two paddle gear shifters, and the aluminum accelerator, brake, and clutch pedals each adjust for resistance.
Once you’ve settled into the cockpit, it’s time for the real fun to begin, with the world’s pre-eminent stock car racing simulation software, ARCA Sim Racing, and a 5.1 sound system putting you right in the middle of the action.
Realistic graphics, displayed on a 22-inch, wide-screen LCD monitor, let you race around 21 legendary stock courses, including Daytona International Speedway and New Jersey Motorsports Park.
Stock Car Racing Simulator
- 78″ L x 36″ W x 64″ H.
- 1,000 lbs.
Satisfy your need for speed, from the safety of your own home, with the Stock Car Racing Simulator for $60,000 at Hammacher Schlemmer.
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