While Formula One fans love to watch the sport, it is not often that they have a chance to actually participate.Ferrari is now changing that by making a simulator available to fans for the bargain basement price of $400,000, according to F1 commentator James Allen.
The only caveat is that the buyer will need to be a current Ferrari owner. While this is not a full simulator to test the latest aerodynamic modifications to Ferrari’s on track racers, it is sure to give the user a real thrill.
Because it does not actually replicate the g-forces, it is also easier to use for long periods of time than the simulator Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso use in Maranello.
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