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SimCraft announces distributorship of SimuCube Force Feedback Technology

SimCraft announced today a North American distributorship for SimuCube and SimuCube 2 Direct Drive Force Feedback technology from Granite Devices in Finland. The company will begin supplying SimuCube products direct to customers in North America. “We’ve been using SimuCube in our APEX professional racing simulator units for the last 2 years”, said SimCraft CTO Sean …

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SimCraft and Crowdstrike Racing Partnership in Pirelli World Challenge

SimCraft announced a partnership with CrowdStrike Racing today that will setup collaboration around APEX professional racing simulators at GT World Challenge events in 2019. The deal includes an APEX5 Motion Simulator for principle George Kurtz private training at home, as well as an APEX2 GTS unit to be showcased at several races on the PWC …

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SimCraft 24 Hours of Orlando

For the 3rd year in a row, SimCraft is sponsoring a 24 hour endurance go-kart race in Florida.   This year’s event is the SimCraft 24hrs of Orlando, which will be held the last weekend in March at the Orlando Kart Center. Every year, SimCradft fields a PRO team and an AM team.  This year’s PRO SimCraft team …

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SimCraft Adds demonstration facility at APEX Motor Club in Arizona

SimCraft announced a new partnership with APEX Motor Club, based in Maricopa, Arizona just outside of Phoenix. Following the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction in Scottsdale in Early January, 2019, SimCraft will be placing an APEX5 Professional Racing Simulator at the facility. Members of the club, which is scheduled to be completed in various stages throughout 2019, …

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Every Racing Driver at PRI prefers physics over trickery

SimCraft attended the Performance Racing Industry expo once again in December 2017, and once again and not unexpectedly, drivers prefer motion simulation that is modeled after real physics and not “seat mover” trickery. Here are the post drive interviews: PRI 2017 – Post APEX3 GTS Drive Interviews of 15 PRO Drivers

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