Freddie Hunt checks out Classic Race Simulators
Alastair McLeod of Classic Race Simulators posted a rather interesting video showing Freddie Hunt, James Hunt son driving the Classic Race Simulator using R-factor 2 at the Historic Spa circuit. Ex Formula One World Champion Damon Hill is watching the virtual action carefully.
Alastair had build his own Team Lotus number 5 cockpit sporting an early 1967 livery. After meeting Guy Jeynes-Ellis who had some expertise in marketing, and contacts within the racing industry, id did not take long before he had build two more Classic racing car bodies. The Red, green and blue pre-production body tubs represented Hill, Clark and Siffert.
Classic Race Simulators Liveries:
- The Lotus 49
- The GOLD LEAF Lotus
- The Honda RA300
- The Ferrari 312
- The Eagle Mk1
Classic Race Simulators Cockpits:
Grand Prix S
Hand Built pod with all fittings:
Mirrors, drivers seat, chrome roll bar, braked castors, wheels and lifting handle, shelf for mounting gear shift and steering wheel etc, wind screen and monitor mounting pod.
Grand Prix GT
The Grand Prix S Pack as above PLUS
Custom fitted sound system inc 14.4v Power pack, Alpine MRX-M240 power amp, twin Alpine SWR T10 Sub-woofers, twin Alpine SPR 50C 5,25” component speakers and a Tactile Transducer.
Grand Prix GTS
The Grand Prix GT Pack as above PLUS
Fully actuated motions system hardware and software.
Grand Prix GTS GOLD CUP
The Grand Prix GTS Pack as above PLUS
Your choice of extras from our list fitted and delivered ready to drive. A wide selection of hardware and software, audio, motion and visual options to further enhance your driving experience.
The unique feature of the Classic Race Simulator is the fact that it does not need to be stored away when not in use. When not using it, just call it f ‘Automotive Art’.
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