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The Ultimate Racing Sim Bundle now available on Humble Bundle

Supporting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and Direct Relief (for emergency medical assistance and disaster relief) charities, the latest from Humble Bundle focuses on those looking to get into sim racing.

For a minimum of $13 donation, 10 sim racing related items can be yours. Those items include:

Most of these are geared towards the PC gamer, with five of the eight games only available on the PC platform. The coupons take a good percentage off two different Thrustmaster wheels, one of which is entry level and the other geared more towards professional sim racing. In fact, the T248 is one of our favorites here at Traxion. Do note, however, that this is the PlayStation/PC variant in the bundle.

The donation doesn’t need to be $13 either – For a lesser donation, you’ll get less items. $5 will get you just the Automobilista title, while a $9 donation gets you that and Assetto Corsa, rFactor 2 and NASCAR Heat 5. Of course, you can pay more than $13 as well, and it’s highly recommended if you can afford to.

These donations are going to great causes, and the bundle all together is worth $379. JDRF specializes in funding Type-1 diabetes research, a chronic disease that effects just about 200,000 kids, teens, and young adults per year. The Direct Relief charity equips medical personnel with the proper equipment to save lives in response to crisis. $13 is quite the discount when you think about it, so feel free to give what you can.

As for the games, they are all pretty well known in the racing game community. They all mostly give off a simulation type of vibe, and they cover a plethora of different racing disciplines. This bundle is definitely perfect for the racing enthusiast looking to get into the virtual racing sphere.

From the time of this posting, there’s just over 20 days left to get in on it. The coupons for the wheels are limited in stock. I’ll definitely be letting my buddies on the fence know about it.

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