Grand Prix Professional Racing Simulators were born in the back room
of a college student's apartment. The machines were engineered on
a shoestring budget and were pasted together with rubber bands, nails
and pieces of wood. The initial software programs ran on an 8088 PC
and the feedback steering mechanisms operated through a network of
belts and pulleys.
The machines have evolved with technology and are now recognized by
professional racing drivers and the media as the world's most advanced
Grand Prix Simulators are now exported to 13 countries on 4 continents.
Collectively a group of 100+ individuals with a dozen companies are
responsible for delivering the most realistic simulated racing experience
in North America, Europe and Australia. The machines have penetrated
Formula 1, Champ Car and the Indy Racing League.
Inside this website, you'll find a additional information about the
machines. Racing fans and enthusiasts, will enjoy our detailed technical
photo galleries and useful info on computer simulations, competition
driving and the sport of motor racing. Corporate brands, will find
innovative commercial marketing ideas and unique opportunities to
build interactive promotions and events through our marketing, advertising
and special event programs.