Video: How to start sim racing as cheap as possible

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Sim racers know that our hobby can be an expensive one. With all the great gear, rigs and sims out there, it’s tough to stick to a budget.

This is definitely an issue when it comes to new members of the community. Perhaps the people that need to give sim racing a shot before they get more stuck in.

Chris Haye gives a brilliant rundown on some of the more accessible ways to do just that and some sims you might want to try to get a good taste of the sim experience.

A popular choice when it comes to a wheel and pedal combo has been the Logitech G29 or its closely related Thrustmaster T300. It feels harsh to describe both as ‘Entry-level’ as the force feedback on both is more than ample to get a footing. It only serves as a true testament to the ever-increasing quality and fidelity level in the market.

Haye explains all and more in the video above.