PC racing simulator iRacing is for people who find the Forza and GranTurismo games too arcade-like. This dude's five-screen setup for a digital race at Mid-Ohio is so realistic he's wearing gloves to drive it.
Ferrari's Virtual F1 simulator is two stories of aluminum and carbon fiber, electronic actuators, ten multiprocessor arrays, 60GB of RAM, a 3500W Dolby 7.1 surround system and these nerdy glasses.
Always wanted to own your own arcade-style race simulator? 0-60's put together a downloadable 66-page guide to building your own for just $500 plus electronics and the beer your friend's help will cost. What you'll need to build it below.
In honor of today's release of GT5 Prologue we've been holding on to a few video game QOTD's. Yesterday, we asked you about your favorite racing video game from the 1980's and today we're zooming ahead chronologically to the 1990's. This is a decade that saw us go from Virtua Racing, a game so advanced it required a…