38 thoughts on “Formula / Prototype Style Sim Rig

  1. Memo

    when would this be for sale? we are interested on getting one for our office room. also price shipped to the US?

    Thank you!

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  2. Kenneth McCullough

    I have to say that this rig is just beautiful, the simplicity of the design and the angles make it wonderful. Well done my friend!

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  3. Douglas Chisholm

    What other seats might be compatible with this rig in F1 configuration, besides the Tillet. Would a standard bucket seat work? (like the Sparco Circuit II LF?)

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    1. Richard Schouteren Post author

      Hi Douglas, what works best besides a Tillet is a normal car seat with inclinable back so you can get into a formula position. You will need an extra frame for the normal seat though to get it inclined.

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  4. Douglas Chishom

    This is what I want, but anyone have a suggestion for a more economical reclined seat that would go with this. Tillett seats are nice but $$$.

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    1. Richard Schouteren Post author

      Hi Ben, doesnt work so well so i don’t recommend it. I am thinking to add another more sturdy triple mount for the gt2.

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      1. Ben

        Thanks for the reply Richard.
        I think I’ll go with the GT1 then. I already have the brackets and they look really good.

        And it seems like the GT1 could be used in a formula seating position as well; If the pedals can raise high enough. Maybe the bars just need to be 10cm longer or something. Because I’m not really looking for the Formula One seating position, but just a regular formula like a Skip Barber or a Star Mazda.

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        1. Richard Schouteren Post author

          Hi Ben, I think the height should be OK for a formula type postion. But yes the GT1 is versatile! 🙂

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  5. GF

    Hi! Is the Formula version of the GT2 available? Or is the normal GT2 adaptable to a formula seating position?

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      1. takethree

        When is this “slightly different formula chassis” coming? The current GT2 F1 rig has been missing for a long time already.

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  6. Erik Sundström

    I want this! Is it still coming for sale or whats the deal with it? Can it handle Fanatecs upcoming DD wheels?

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  7. Mark

    Hi Richard if I bought the t1r race rig would I be able to buy this upgrade in the future? Or is the t1r too different from the gt2 to get this upgrade after its release.

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  8. Tomas A.

    Was really hoping this “slightly different formula chassis” updated version would finally debut at this past 2018 SimRacing Expo @ Nurburgring Germany.
    Any eta on availability? Q4 2018 or 2020, etc.? Your customers are waiting:) Demand is ready, just need supply;)
    Also how easy will it be to go back and forth from a Formula to a GT seating position on this new rig? Time and ease to convert?

    Thank you.

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        1. Richard Schouteren Post author

          Not in this form! We will need to design something else this isnt working as intended.

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          1. Haas

            Ah unlucky. Good luck! This kind of rig that can convert and hold up to a dd wheel is exactly what I’m looking for!

          2. Richard Schouteren Post author

            We are working on a new Formula rig! This one although looks good it isn’t practical.

  9. Haas

    Awesome, I hope the redesign goes well. Will it be able to be converted from gt style to formula style and vice versa? Doesn’t need to be a quick conversion just have the ability. Or is it too early in the design to know for sure

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    1. Richard Schouteren Post author

      Nope stayed in proto. We are working on somethig new which will be much better! (we hope!)

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      1. Erik

        Any indication when the formula style rig will be ready? Is it a matter of weeks or months?
        I am in doubt between waiting or buying something else

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