Heusinkveld’s Remco Hitman – Virtual Track – Interlagos 1975 F1
Heusinkveld Engineering is presenting a new sim racing video series in which Remco ‘Tyrell P34 cockpit builder’ Hitman talks and drives covering topics such as driving techniques, cars, simulators, Sim Racing gear, racing history and more.
In this first episode, Remco fires up an (Automobilista) the mid 70’s Fittipaldi Formula 1 car for a drive at the old Brazilian Interlagos track. Interestingly, Remco is using the upcoming new Heusinkveld H-shifter which was introduced to the public at this year’s Sim Racing Expo trade show. The Heusinkveld H-shifter should become available #soon.
Heusinkveld H-shifter Features
- 8 Gears ( 7+Reverse)
- Firm positive shifting feel
- Contactless sensor gear detection
- Dual-stage center spring with extra resistance before gears 7-R
- Comes with various levers and knobs
At the time of writing, no exact release date or pricing has been announced.
Heusinkveld Engineering is a Dutch company that offers a broad array of products and services to the real and virtual racing scene. From advanced vehicle simulation software to simulator hardware. Sim Racers might also know Niels as the main physics creator for the Automobilista racing simulator by Reiza Studios.
Official Webpage – www.h-engineering.net – www.game-automobilista.com
Some of the more long-term sim racers might remember Remco Hitman as the creator of the awesome home build Tyrell P34 sim racing cockpit. For old times sake, I decided to include some pictures showcasing his very original DIY project.