For those that don’t know me, I’m a tall, slender guy at 6’4” and 180lb. I decided I wanted to upgrade my 11+ year-old Playseat Evo racing seat with something a little nicer…
A recently-launched Kickstarter campaign intends to bring the sim racing experience to those without a dedicated setup.
The products for Sparco’s first foray into the sim-racing market are finally unveiled, soon to be released.
The 2015 rally sim gets its own branded racing chair.
Meet Next Level Racing’s new racing cockpit with adjustable settings for both Formula 1 and GT racing.
The famous auto equipment manufacturer will be introducing a new line of accessories for sim fans next year.
A journalist from ISRTV.com takes a look at a driving simulator installed within a full-sized rally car.
Slightly Mad Studios and Playseat are giving away a new gaming seat in exciting photo competition.
By collaborating with Slightly Mad Studios, Playseat has brought another interesting rig for all driving-simulation enthusiasts.
Gran Turismo insider Amar212 reviews Fanatec’s new racing seat and compares two high-end wheels in GT5.
Take a look at this amazing homebuilt GT5 racing rig, crafted from a real Opel Astra!
If you’ve been watching the evolution of GT5, you probably noticed these “racing pods” used to demo the game. Made of steel and glass, they’re certainly impressive and are now being sold to the public.