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Danish sim racing peripheral manufacturer Asetek has released a Long Travel Kit for its Invicta Sim Racing Pedals.
The direct drive wheel base, steering wheel, Boost Kit and entry-level CSL Pedals are now available from Fanatec after an extended hiatus.
Forget springs and rubber, Simucube's ActivePedal is a new type of sim racing peripheral that can deliver force feedback to your feet.
This MOZA Racing bundle offers a direct drive wheel base, a steering wheel and pedals all in one affordable kit. Find out if it's a work in progress, or a worthy contender in our full review, including the upgraded pedal Performance Kit.
Asetek SimSports CEO André Eriksen is hopeful to bring its new line-up of sim racing wheels and wheel bases to consoles as soon as it's possible.
The new entry-level sim racing wheel by Thrustmaster, the T128, strips away some features and throws in cheaper pedals to provide a new bargain option.
Leading sim racing cockpit and wheel stand manufacturer, Trak Racer, will soon make the leap into electronic hardware. Known…
Trak Racer will join the sim racing software, pedal, shifter and handbrake market early next year, as it builds upon its cockpit and flight simulator business. Here's CEO Matt Sten to explain more.
Logitech's latest direct drive and load cell sim racing equipment set if up there with the very best, but is it worth the jump from the existing G293?