Laser Scanned Tracks
Laser scanning circuits enables exact reproductions of track surfaces and track side objects within the simulated environment regardless of complexity and size. Laser scanning is the most precise method of recreating 3D digital representations of the circuit. The sub millimeter accuracy is the reason this method of detail capture is used by all top tier race series including Formula 1. We have an extensive database of tracks from across the globe. By driving many laps on the simulator, learning every bump, turn, kerb and gradient for each circuit saves many hours of real testing and track familiarisation. We also have many of the smaller test tracks which is perfect to make the most of your next real test session.
Accurate Car Models
The software physics engine has been developed with practical knowledge acquired from working closely with the elite of motorsport in order to engineer the highest accuracy in physics and a highly connected feel to the cars and the road. All vehicles have been reproduced with the maximum attention to detail in order to provide a unique and highly accurate driving sensation as verified by many of the
world’s top race drivers.
We have many realistic car models from a wide range of racing series including, F1, F2, GP 3, F3, F4, Formula E, LMP1, LMP2, LMP3, GT 3, GT 4, GT Open, Renault Sport BTCC plus many more including historic cars.
The setups of the cars are as they would be in real life and the simulator reacts in accordance to changes you make in the software.
If you would prefer to use your own software, our motion technology is also compatible with all leading simulation packages including:
rFactor, rF2, rFactor Pro, Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Project CARS, Codemasters F1, Automobilista and many others.
We are also able to create solutions to provide communication between your own custom simulation software and our motion systems.