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A few days ago Next Level Racing revealed the Go Kart Plus racing cockpit. Obviously designed to mimic the proportions of a real kart and compatible with direct drive wheels and pedals from Thrustmaster, Logitech, Fanatec and Moza Racing, it should work for both children and adults alike. You can purchase for $599.

Their text:

Introducing the Next Level Racing® Go Kart Plus cockpit, designed for the whole family to enjoy hours of racing fun. Whether you’re training for competitive go-karting events or creating exciting family race days, this cockpit is built to accommodate it all. This versatile cockpit is perfect for children and adults alike, offering a thrilling racing experience for all ages. With adjustable seat angle, seat distance slider, and pedal distance knobs, choose from Go Kart positioning to GT-style racing. Its compact footprint and versatile design make it perfect for family bonding and competitive training. Get ready to experience the joy of racing together with the Next Level Racing® Go Kart Plus cockpit.

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