Latest update – 10/05/2020; 12:14 PM Greetings all, We just wanted to let you know that we are working as usual during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our business is unaffected. Personnel, stocks and shipments are continuing as usual. If your order needs to be shipped to a business address that is Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, We need to take a short break with taking new orders so we can clear up the queue, start with a clean slate and implement our new website. The estimated time when the sales will be available again is 1st of June, 0:00 AM CEST. To all customers Continue Reading →
We are sad to say we didn’t get all orders out before Christmas! We have outdone ourselves in the last 3 weeks to manage and shipped many, but we are disappointed we didn’t manage to ship them all. Nevertheless, we will be continuing the coming weekend and days after to Continue Reading →
Hi Everyone, First of all, as every year we want to thank you for supporting us the way you all did! We made major steps towards becoming an established & successful business! I want to take this opportunity to give insight in what is happening behind the scenes at Sim-Lab. Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, Due to the overwhelming interest we got from you guys for Black Friday, we’re a bit behind with email response time. We’re working hard on it and we’ll respond to all standing emails in next 48-72 hours. Thanks for patience and understanding!
Hello everyone, After some debate at HQ we decided to keep it fair and square! We are offering -15% on all Sim-Lab products, including Sparco seats as well! In this way everyone can take advantage of the BlackFriday sales. The discount is applied at the check-out page by using this Continue Reading →
We’re happy to announce the P1-X sim racing chassis. After the success of the P1 we are introducing the new version of the rig, with some small but needed updates. Full info to be released soon. Planned release date is in the first half of June. PRE-ORDER STARTING 24 MAY.
Hello everyone, We need to resort to an unpopular measure and temporarily hit a pause button on orders, so we can work on the current queue before we start accepting the new ones. The number of orders we’re getting is bigger than we can serve at the moment, even with Continue Reading →