ADAC SimRacing Expo
The new sim racing wheel base, the ClubSport Direct Drive plugs an obvious gap within Fanatec's range.
Asetek has showcased its innovative and highly modular Forte and La Prima Button Boxes, which can be paired with six optional wheel rims to create an affordable steering wheel solution.
We've seen haptic feedback integrated into sim racing pedals, and we've see hydraulic systems too, but not in one package at this price point.
Sim racing goodies from Asetek SimSports, Fanatec, Absolute Motorsport and Novus are up for grabs.
Your guide to the 2023 ADAC SimRacing Expo, including exhibitors, live racing esports schedule and the most important information.
A competition is on right now to find new up-and-coming sim racing commentary talent plus the chance to help design esports promotional content.
Following the announcement that the annual exhibition will move from Nürnberg to Dortmund, the original organiser promptly became insolvent. Now, though, a new company has been formed and the 2023 event is secure.
The leading sim racing event will return this year, with an area for content creators and journalists to work from a new feature. Head of Marketing for the ADAC SimRacing Expo, Danny Giusa, has also explained pricing changes.
A new location and an earlier October date are set for the returning SimRacing Expo in 2023, with the aim of attracting an even bigger audience.
A collaborative effort from D-BOX and RSEAT, the multi-purpose HF-L4 base features an all-new way of integrating motion and haptic feedback.