Supercars Drivers Launch 'Dream Simulations' Near Melbourne

Australia-based Supercars driver Thomas Randle has launched a new simulator and driver training business in collaboration with Lee Holdsworth, who also races with the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

Dream Simulation is located 40 minutes Southeast of Melbourne, and features a simulator contained within a "near anechoic climate-controlled chamber."

The simulator features state-of-the-art racing hardware and technology, including a five-point racing harness, Supercars-style gear lever, fully adjustable shifter weight, front and rear ARB adjusters, brake bias quick adjuster, and more. 

The Dream simulator offers a complete six degrees of freedom (6DOF) experience with the entire simulator rig moving in unison. Depending on the purchased package, racers' audio will also be linked to Randle, who will analyze the driver's telemetry and data, giving real-time feedback.

Packages range from one hour to four hours, and prices begin at $200.

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