To race is a dream for most of us. But before actually being able to step on a circuit you needs lots of hours of training and simulation. And in this cases the quality of your training depends on the simulator you use. For $29,900 you can get a Python from Motorsports Simulator that will do an incredible job with training you.

The Python simulator features a Triple 58" plasma displays that wraps your vision from both sides giving you the impression that you are completely immersed in the track.

The motion system design incorporates 8" of travel per axis. The motor controller design changes allow for much faster control over acceleration and velocity on each of the three axis (roll, pitch and yaw).

The computer system features a new i7 Quad core processor solid-state disks in a RAID configuration. With a frame rate of 200+, the Python offers an impressive viewing experience. The simulators comes installed with 64bit Windows XP Pro.

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3 comments:

  (399) posted on 03.11.2011

Nice, that one is definitely one heck of a games console. Way better than playing GT5. Wonder if they plan to sell this to us smiley

  (216) posted on 02.8.2011

The Python simulator spots a Triple 58″ plasma screen and a computer system with a i7 Quad core processor, RAID configuration disks and a 200+ frame rate.

  (453) posted on 02.8.2011

Racing is a long cherished dream for many, to start racing escaping the injuries or don’t really have time to hit the tracks, you can start off
with a simulator.

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