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ThrustMaster Presents Le Mans Ultimate Roadshow

ThrustMaster Presents Le Mans Ultimate Roadshow

Interesting times lay ahead as the Le Mans Ultimate Roadshow presented by ThrustMaster is set to get underway.

Thrustmaster, a leading manufacturer of sim racing equipment, is set to present the highly anticipated Le Mans Ultimate Roadshow. This exciting event will offer sim racers the chance to get up close and personal with the latest Thrustmaster hardware, allowing them to virtually experience top-level sports cars from the comfort of their own driving seat.

The roadshow will take place in close proximity to some of the world’s most iconic race circuits, providing visitors with a truly immersive simulation experience. Attendees will have the opportunity to virtually compete against renowned WEC automotive brands such as BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Peugeot, and Toyota, all of which will be showcasing their latest models and technologies.

Event Lineup

  • 6 Hours of Imola, Italy – 19-21 April
  • Total Energies 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium  – 9-11 May
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans, France – 12-16 June

Pierre Fillon, President of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest: “We are delighted to bring Le Mans Ultimate right into the heart of the FIA WEC paddocks around Europe. We have been working closely with our partners Studio 397 and Thrustmaster, as well as the teams and manufactures to bring the thrill of driving the latest Hypercars to sports car fans around the world, and we look forward to building that connection further with racegoers at Imola, Spa and Le Mans.”

Eric Mindjimba, Thrustmaster Esports International Manager: “ Building bridges between real and virtual racing is a long term approach we are carrying out at Thrustmaster. We are creating products with this objective as gamers seek devices for realistic and immersive experiences. Partnering with Le Mans Ultimate is totally matching this spirit for us and we are delighted to join forces with them for the benefits of all racing enthusiasts.

Stephen Hood, Motorsport Games and Studio 397 CEO: “Since the game’s launch in February, we’ve been deeply humbled by the community’s response during its Early Access phase. These events are a wonderful touch point, allowing our team to see and interact with people playing our game. We’re eager to hear further feedback on what people would like to experience in the game going forwards.”

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