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Hesketh Racing and Base Performance Simulators have announced the Hesketh 301 Blade cockpit, complete with steel framed chassis, carbon fibre seat, Heusinkveld pedals, Simucube 2 PRO and Precision SIM GPX wheel, BDH H-Pattern ‘Bazooka’ mechanical shifter, 49″ Samsung Superwide screen, Sennheiser headset, “high specification” computer and Assetto Corsa software. Basically, this looks like a complete setup.

A full profile, more images and detailed information can be found at retrosims.com. The setup costs £24,990. You can buy other Hesketh licensed merchandise from retrogp.com.

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I'd buy the frame and seat if they sell separately

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I have actually asked them if they are able to do that. :) When they tell me I will tell you...

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Sooo, unfortunately they cannot split it out. Though the owner of the Hesketh brand says he'll work on his options.

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