P1 chassis – Improved rigidity, more custom bracket, leaner design, Sim-Labs new chassis especially suited for Direct Drive steering systems. The uprights are connected by “sandwich” plates, 10 mm thick aluminium, which are easy to use and makes a stronger connection. The pedal deck is easily adjustable with locking levers Continue Reading →
Sim-Lab announces a partnership with ineX Racing! A week after Joni’s brilliant victory at Brazil in the iRWGS – ineX’s best result so far! The tone is set for 2016, ineX-Racing is talking business, and with Sim-Lab newly arrived at the scene, it will be the perfect partner for as we Continue Reading →
The last update before production sees green lights! After another development cycle, we have frozen the design and have started the production of the first batch of Blue Marlins. Some new features have been added in the last weeks, we hope you like them! One of the most noticeable new Continue Reading →
Check out this sim racing rig of a customer based in the UK! It features the GT1 cockpit + Triple monitor stand combined to form a full setup. The monitors are detached from the rig so any vibrations of the DD-wheel doesn’t vibrate the monitors or wobble them. The beating Continue Reading →
Sim-Lab is very proud to announce it will be sponsoring NEO Endurance starting from Season 2 2015! We all love endurance racing, and when NEO Endurance is in control, prepare for flawlessly organized events that puts virtual endurance racing right at the top. Live marshaling, top teams competing at the most desired venues. Continue Reading →
Alright, it’s game on! Take place in your sim rig, tell your friends your not home, blind the window and feed your cat. It’s time for a brawl of virtual endurance racing! Endurance racing is not easy. Turning 25 laps, a typical stint length, without an incident is surely within Continue Reading →
We are pleased to announce an affiliation between Sim-Lab and the World Clio Touring Cup organised by REVS Simracing! Take a look at http://www.revs-simracing.co.uk – these guys tear up the track like its nobody’s business!
Aluminium profiles are often used for building sim racing rig because they are highly mod-able and makes for a very rigid construction. Anyone can easily add bits and pieces within few minutes, making your rig exactly how you want it. When constructed the right way it’s quite impossible to flex it, perfect Continue Reading →