SIM RACE IN TRAILER

The Virtual Raceways race simulator is pre-setup and operates right inside our trailer, making it easy to setup in driveways and car show parking lots. 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, or crash into, each other.

    SIM RACE IN TRAILER INCLUDES:
  • First 3 Hours of Simulator Racing
  • First 2 Hours of Setup
  • First 50 Miles of Travel Distance
  • 1 or 2 Operators, to help orient drivers
  • Up To 8 Players Each Race

    • SIM RACE IN TRAILER REQUIRES:
  • Players 8 Years or Older Only
  • A space that is as flat and level as possible
  • A space that I can pull all the way through, or easy to back into
  • At least 10 x 56 foot of space, hooked to truck (safest)
  • At least 10 x 34 foot of space, without truck
  • Access to a standard 110v wall outlet near the Trailer
  • $350 First 3 Hours
    +$75 Each Additional Hour

    INDOOR SIM SETUP

    All of the race pods are on wheels, so they can setup for indoor events. There is also enough space in the trialer to transport an additional 2 pods, so it is possible to seup 10 pods for indoor events. Virtual Raceways still has to transport the pods in the same trailer, so setting up indoors requires more work and time, so the following prices are in addition to the prices of a "SIM RACE IN TRAILER" rental.

    # PODS EXTRA SETUP COST
    FLOOR SPACE
    2 + $0
    5 x 7 FT
    4 + $50
    5 x 14 FT
    6 + $100
    5 x 21 FT
    8 + $150
    5 x 28 FT
    10 + $200
    5 x 35 FT

    In Additional To a "SIM RACE IN TRAILER" Rental
    FUNDRACER

    If you are holding a public event where your guests are willing to pay to enter a race tournament to win prizes, then the cost of renting the simulators can be spread amongst the players. The more players that participate the more funds your FundRacer Tournament will generate, so find sponsors that will offer additional prizes and spread word of your FundRacer Tournament to your community to get more people to show up.

      SAMPLE FUNDRACER:
    30 Participants paying a $40.00 entry fee will generate $1,200
    = $400 Spent on Prizes & Event Costs
    = $400 Collected for your cause
    = $400 Paid to Rent the Virtual Raceways Race Simulators

    Entry fees, prize amounts, rental costs, and amount collected for your cause will vary depending on the size of event, time, and interest level of the crowd at your event. Virtual Raceways must charge a minimum of $400 to hold a FundRacer Tournament to cover our costs, even if your tournament does not generate enough to cover the minimum. Virtual Raceways will not take more than a $1000 share of the entry fees.

    BUY A RACE POD

    Virtual Raceways can assemble a race pod just like ours, deliver it to you, and set it up.

    INCLUDED:
    GT OMEGA ART steel frame, car seat, Logitech G29 Wheel, Pedals, Lifetime LFS Software License, Assembly and Local Delivery.

    NOT INCLUDED:
    Game System, Computer, or Monitor(s).

    $1100


    ADD MONITOR:
    Any monitor or tv with a vesa mount can be used. We recomend using a single extra wide screen 34" 21:9 3440 x 1440p gaming monitor from LG or SAMSUNG.
    +/-$1000

    ADD PC:
    We can build you a compact AMD Ryzen PC similar to what we use that will run most any Race Simulation software or game. It will be MORE than enough to run Live For Speed, it will be enough to run 4 Players worth of Live For Speed if you go with multiple Race Pods.
    +/-$1000

    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