RACE SIMULATORS

RACE IN TRAILER

The Virtual Raceways 8-Player Race Simulator is setup and ready to race right inside our trailer. Each player gets their own race pod with a real car seat, steering wheel, pedals, and extra wide screen monitor. All of the race pods are linked together, allowing friends and family to race together on the same virtual race track. The trailer was built for car shows, festivals, food truck rallys, and track side events, however we can setup at your home in the driveway or on the street.


INCLUDED:
  • First 1 to 3 Hours of Simulator Racing
  • First 3 Hours of Setup
  • First 50 Miles of Travel Distance
  • Up to 8 connected-players in each race
  • 1 Operator, to run the race for you
  • $750
    Minimum

    RESERVATOIN DEPOSIT: (Out of Total)
    Non-Refundable within 30 Days of event.
    $200

    QUIET GENERATOR RENTAL:
    For events without access to 1 standard power outlet.
    +$50

    EACH ADDITIONAL HOUR:
    For extra time incurred for racing, setup, etc.
    +$50

    EACH ADDITIONAL MILE:
    From Goodrich MI, to Event Location.
    +$1

    SPACE REQUIRED:
    About a 34 Foot long parking space, for just trailer.
    About a 50 Foot long parking space, with truck.

    Up to 8 Players, Linked Together

    Ages 8 to Adult
    RACE INDOORS

    All of our race pods are on wheels, so they can be removed from the trailer and setup indoors. Indoor events require a LOT of extra setup time and work to un-install and re-install the simulators to the trailer itself. Often a simple 3 hour event, becomes a 3 Day event for us. Because of this, we charge twice as much for indoor events than we do for events that make use of our trailer. Events that take place early in the day, may need to be setup the day/night before.


    INCLUDED:
  • First 1 to 3 Hours of Simulator Racing
  • First 4 Hours of Setup
  • First 100 Miles of Travel Distance
  • Up to 10 connected-players in each race
  • 2 Operators, to run the race for you
  • $1500
    Minimum

    RESERVATOIN DEPOSIT: (Out of Total)
    Non-Refundable within 30 Days of event.
    $400

    EACH ADDITIONAL HOUR:
    For extra time incurred for racing, setup, etc.
    +$100

    EACH ADDITIONAL MILE:
    From Goodrich MI, to Event Location.
    +$1

    SPACE REQUIRED:
    About 34 Foot along a straight wall, about 8 foot deep.
    Cannot be moved up or down stairs.
    Will not setup outdoors, or under tents.

    Up to 10 Players, Linked Together

    Ages 8 to Adult

    FUND-RACER

    If you have space at a public event, or community of people willing to pay entry fees to race for a cause, then you can make use of our Simulator Trailer for your fundraiser, and we can split the entry fees collected 3 ways. It is a good idea to pre-sell the entry fees online, to make sure enough people will participate. This may seem like illegal gambling, but it is NOT, there is no random aspect of chance, so it is a game of skill, which is legal in Michigan. Each tournament would be from 1 to 3 hours, depending on how much time participants are wiling to stay, and how much practice and race time is given with each entry fee.

    EXAMPLE FUNDRACER TOURNAMENT:

    ENTRY FEE:
    Charge from $20 to $100 per player.
    $40

    NUMBER OF ENTRYS SOLD:
    Each player can enter from 1 to 5 times.
    x 50

    TOTAL COLLECTED: $2000

    PAID TO 1st PLACE:
    Prizes help motivate people to pay the Entry Fees.
    $500

    PAID TO 2nd PLACE: $100

    PAID TO Virtual Raceways: $700

    PAID TO YOUR FUND RAISER: $700

    The primary simulation software we use is Live For Speed. You can download the FREE DEMO from http://www.LFS.net and get some practice time in before your event.

    A race simulator may look like a video game, but it is more. Video games usually focus on eye candy graphics first, while simulation software focuses on the accurate recreation of how a real car handles and feels. Often a video game will help a driver keep their car on the track and artificially help keep it going in the right direction, a simulator requires all of the driving skills that would be needed in a real car, on a real track.

    This video compares a Real Life video with a video capture from Live For Speed. Real Life Footage by: Niknak Motorsport niknak.org