RACE SIMULATORS
RACE IN OUR TRAILER

The Virtual Raceways 8-Player Race Simulator is setup and ready to race right inside our trailer. Each player gets their own race pod with a real car seat, steering wheel, pedals, and extra wide screen monitor. All of the race pods are linked together, allowing friends and family to race together on the same virtual race track. The trailer was built for car shows, festivals, food truck rallys, and track side events, however we can setup at your home in the driveway or on the street.


  • First 1 to 3 Hours of Simulator Racing
  • First 2 Hours of Setup & Clean Up
  • First 50 Miles of Travel Distance
  • Up To 8 Connected Players Each Race
  • Players must be Ages 8 to Adult
  • 35 to 55 foot of level space to park the trailer
  • Access to a standard 110v wall outlet
  • $500
    Minimum

    QUIET GENERATOR RENTAL: $50

    EACH ADDITIONAL HOUR: $50

    EACH ADDITIONAL TRAVEL MILE: $1
    RACE INDOORS

    All of our race pods are on wheels, so they can be moved indoors without the trailer. Unhooking all the wires and pods from the trailer, moving them inside, and then hooking it all back up takes a LOT of time and effort to setup, so this is primarily offered to large events with big budgets. Transport, setup, operation, tear down, and the trip home, can take up the entire day. So, depending on when and how long the event is, and if the event can offer good security or a locked room, it may be a good idea to setup the day/night before.


  • First 1 to 3 Hours of Simulator Racing
  • First 3 Hours of Setup & Clean Up
  • First 50 Miles of Travel Distance
  • Up To 8 Connected Players Each Race
  • 1 Race Operator to run the races for you
  • Players must be Ages 8 to Adult
  • 30 or more feet along a straight wall
  • Access to a standard 110v wall outlet
  • Must be Indoors, Tents may not be acceptable
  • $1100
    Minimum

    EACH ADDITIONAL HOUR: $100

    EACH ADDITIONAL TRAVEL MILE: $1

    The primary simulation software we use is Live For Speed. You can download the FREE DEMO from http://www.LFS.net and get some practice time in before your event.

    A race simulator may look like a video game, but it is more. Video games usually focus on eye candy graphics first, while simulation software focuses on the accurate recreation of how a real car handles and feels. Often a video game will help a driver keep their car on the track and artificially help keep it going in the right direction, a simulator requires all of the driving skills that would be needed in a real car, on a real track.

    This video compares a Real Life video with a video capture from Live For Speed. Real Life Footage by: Niknak Motorsport niknak.org