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F1 Authentics have listed an Aston Martin Racing branded sim racing cockpit on their storefront. The cockpit, branded with either Fernando Alonso or Lance Stroll detailing, comes with screen, computer, wheel, pedals and somewhere to sit. The computer, included with the setup, uses the “latest gaming hardware” and the cockpit (the really expensive bit) uses real Carbon Fibre and other exotic materials. It’s all yours for $130,426.

Slightly out of my price range. So is an Aston Martin though… I do hope that the computer really is up to specification though, as the previous AMR branded cockpit didn’t really deliver in that area, beautiful though it was. It would be nice to know actual system specifications… But I guess that (computer hardware) really only accounts for maybe 3% of the overall cost.

The main issue I can see is that the monitor position is such that you’re going to likely have to look upward, through the horizontal bar of the halo, which will be blocking the middle of the screen.

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Their text:

Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1 Team AMR24 Simulator

Introducing the Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant AMR24 Simulator, the first in the Aston Martin series to be brought to market. The epitome of cutting-edge technology, expert craftsmanship, and engineering excellence – this simulator brings the thrill of the race-tracks into your home.

Designed using official CAD data directly sourced from Aston Martin Aramco F1 Team, the simulator authentically replicates the immersive experience of driving the AMR24. Every detail, from the sleek carbon fibre of the bodywork and cockpit to the state-of-the-art computer system, is built to reproduce the feeling of pushing the limits around the world’s greatest circuits.

Built to Perfection

The AMR24 Simulators are built in-house by an expert team at Memento Exclusives (owners of F1 Authentics) and go through similar processes as real F1 cars when being created. Using CAD data from the teams, the composites team are able to create moulds of the chassis bodywork. From here, the carbon fibre goes into the autoclave before heading to the Trimshop. Each piece is then prepped ready for assembly. Once the team have put the chassis together, the Sim heads to the Paintshop where the livery and branding are added. Finally, once back in the Race Bays, the Tech team will work to develop its use – fitting screens, pedals, steering wheel and computer.

The Ultimate Racing Experience

Find out what’s it’s like to drive for Aston Martin and step into the cockpit of the AM24 Simulator. The high-definition display screen offers epic visuals, transporting you to race tracks around the world with authentic realism. Made for use with the official F1 game, this truly is the best gaming experience for avid racers.

Whether you’re a seasoned racing enthusiast looking to hone your skills or a professional driver seeking to fine-tune your technique, the Aston Martin F1 Team 2024 Simulator delivers an unrivalled platform for training and competition.

Specifications & Design Options

Each AMR24 Simulator can be ordered with a choice of Alonso or Stroll detailing,
All options include a full simulator set up
Official Aston Martin livery
Uniquely numbered chassis plate
Premium curved AOC gaming screen
Adjustable gaming pedals
Force feedback paddle steering wheel featuring ‘Go-Race Quick-release’
The latest gaming hardware
Warranty and access to remote support for 1 year
In addition, show car simulators can be linked up for inter-simulator competitions.
Comes with everything you need to plug in and play!

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