DIY Ricmotech RS1 Sim Racing Rig Build presents our third DIY sim racing rig build. This time Jessica Lopez hosts the show and assists Shaun "The Builder" Cole as he uses wood to build a full size sim racing rig for under $200 with the Ricmotech DIY to build the RS-1 Sim Racing Cockpit. Plans for the build are $29.95. Get the plans here

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Ricmotech RS-1 Sim Racing Rig Review presents our full review of the DIY Richmotech sim racing rig that Shaun and Jessica built. For this show Shaun purchased $112 worth of materials and is using the same seat we used for the Deathmobile (DIY Wood Rig) and the PVC Rig. In this show, Darin and Shaun go over the pros and the cons of the rig and talk about what it took to make. See the full build here Thanks to Frank Rico for his plans that are located at :

Ferrari Virtual Academy & Playseat GT Nascar Edition reviewed presents Episode 82. In this Episode we check out Ferrari Virtual Academy to see what its all about. Then we review the Playseat GT Nascar edition and put it on the "Revs scale". Lastly we head to the Green Hell.. We check out Nordschleife for rFactor and out it on Top Simulation Cars of All Time.. Make sure to check our sponsors at

Eyefinity Triple Screen Sim Racing Setup- iRacing Future Look presents Episode 76. In this Episode we start things by looking at Mod Nation Racers by Sonys San Diego Studios for the PS3 and PSP.. Then we "Bump" another car on the Top SImulation cars list of all time. See which car makes the top 50. We also have some exclusive footage from iRacing as Greg Hill shows us some of the stuff they have in the pipeline (Pocono, Dover, F1, MX5) and Shaun talks about the new build. Then to our Top Story, we show you how to setup triple screens using Eyefinity technology and an ATI 5850 graphics card. We test the system on iRacing, rFactor, Live For Speed, Need for Speed Shift, Dirt 2 and GTR Evolution Wall Graphics can be acquired at Gamepods url Fanatec url

CXC Simulations - Chris Considine interview presents an interview with Chris Considine of CXC Simulations. While attending their Open House party Shaun Cole was able to sit down with Chris and talk shop. They talked about CXC Simulations and the growth that they have seen over the years. They also talk about the Motion Pro II simulator and what has changed in its design in that time.