Python Motorsports Simulator is designed for race training and entertainment


If being a racer is a long cherished dream, and you want to start minus the injuries or don’t really have time to hit the tracks, you can start off with a simulator. If you are looking for a lean-mean training machine the Python from Motorsports Simulator can offer just the thing you need. The Python simulator spots a Triple 58″ plasma screen and a computer system with an i7 Quad-core processor, RAID configuration disks, and a 200+ frame rate.

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Priced at $29,900 the system features 8″ of travel per axis. The motor controller design changes not only offer higher acceleration and better speed through each of the three axis motions namely roll, pitch and yaw.
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