Probably the best location you can get for a racing simulator.
This was recorded in the pit Sebastian Vettel used on his last F1 GP at Hockenheim Ring.
There was a test session for all Porsche Carrera Cup and Supercup teams and the introduction of a new racing simulation.
The Type S wheel's design has been born of a desire to manufacture a high end, simulator quality wheel that has all the functions and build quality of a real race wheel, but at a much more realistic cost.
Based on a real, race legal, alloy framed 'formula' wheel that is then heavily modified by us to fit the G25 and to accommodate our especially designed plate. The Type S wheel features the 'Formula wheel' itself, an SLI-Pro display, six momentary buttons, plus 2 more shielded buttons/switches at the topRead More
nVidia's new GeForce GTX 680 running in a Quad SLI setup.
The SLI and Triple-SLI benchmarks were run on our standard testing rig.
It consists of an Intel Core i7 3960X (Sandy Bridge-E) processor, an ASUS P7X79 Pro motherboard, 16 GB Corsair DDR3-1600 RAM, a Samsung Spinpoint F1 hard drive and a Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200 watt power supply. For Quad-SLI we switched to an ASUS Rampage IV Formula motherboard and an Enermax Platimax 1500W PSU. All benchmarks were done in Windows 7 x64.
ARC Quote; The Torino Motorsport team has arrived in Pavia with four of its drivers in order to prepare their to the first round of Formula Renault championship, scheduled in Monza for this weekend, using the ARC_Team Training Center.
Yesterday morning we have been on our simulator Michael Dorrbecker (with Alps car) and Marco Tulio Souza, young brazilian driver who debuts in Italy, with a Challenge version. In the afternoon, with Luigi Stracquadaneo (Wolves Management), we have been on F1Driving Dario Capitanio and Lorenzo Paggi, (entrant in Challenge F.Renault 2.0).