What is Sim Racing?

Many fans of cars and racing long for the opportunity to drive a racing car on world-famous racetracks themselves.

A safe and cheap option is virtual motorsport on a screen: sim racing. Simracing.

In Sim Racing, computer simulations on a PC replicate realistic races on real laser scanned race tracks and the physics of driving, traction, grip and tyre behavior are simulated as precisely as possible.

What is required?

The only requirements are the right platform (the simulation software), the hardware (PC ) and suitable peripheral equipment such as a steering wheel and pedals.

So, Simracing Sim racing is not a simple game on the screen.

It’s certainly a legitimate training option for both amateurs and pros like Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, George Russell and more.

More faq's

The SimClub Race Arena operates in a normal manner and fully complies with the current sanitary recommendations.

We invite you without reservation. There are times when we have vacancies for single positions, we recommend booking if you are arriving with several people or on weekends.

Yes, it is possible to ride in groups on the same track. At the same time, you see each other in the simulator and can talk to each other using the headset.

Of course, please contact us by phone to arrange the details! It is possible to rent the entire premises exclusively.

Yes, just ask us and we will guide you for the best solution.

Direct drive wheels for sim racing are used by every major professional eSports team, commercial driver training facility and FIA Formula, Sports Prototype and GT racing teams. For good reason: the detail that a direct drive sim racing wheel communicates to the driver is superior in every way to lower budget belt, or gear driven systems.

Are you looking for a sim racing steering wheel and wish you had a few more inputs available? Modern sim racing platforms have huge flexibility for button assignment to allow you to control more of the car’s functions on track, like brake bias, differential settings, lights, pit lane limiting and a great deal more. So unless you’ve got the assignable buttons, rotary encoders and joysticks, you’ll never be able to truly simulate a Formula, GTE or Sports Prototype car without the right wheel.

That’s why we’ve chosen the best manufacturers for sim racing wheels that offer huge options for button assignability and come with such extreme high build quality and stiffness that you might even forget you’re in the racing simulator.

Quality sim racing pedals are the key to success!
Without a good set of pedals you may well struggle for pace and consistency.
A good load cell brake pedal in particular, with real-world feel is especially important in sim racing.

No sim racing cockpit is truly complete without a shifter and handbrake attached.

If you’re into racing classic cars, or rallying in the sim – then a shifter and handbrake combination might be a smart upgrade.

If you’re looking for the ultimate in immersion from your simulator, adding motion is the only way to go – combine a full motion system with three monitors or VR and you’re into a whole new realm of realism!

Simulator motion systems come in a host of shapes and sizes and suit a wide range of budgets. We offer the most advanced systems globally from tried, tested and trusted Qubic Systems.

Many of our motion systems can be added to your existing aluminum profile sim rig or we can build your perfect motion simulator from scratch to suit your specific requirements. So whether it’s flight, rally, drift or race, we have the solution to suit your needs.

The sim racing cockpit or chassis is the base to which you add all your components, including racing wheel, seat, pedals and shifters. The key to a quality racing simulator is absolute rigidity and the ability to adjust it to suit your size, preferred seating position and driving style. We supply some of the best sim racing cockpits in the world from RSeat