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Home of Touring Pro Series discussion: The pinnacle of professional virtual touring car racing in rFactor, and Game Stock Car


  1. TouringProSeries Paddock

    Help and how to get started at TPS, discussion about TPS, plus other off-topics

  2. Virtual V8 Supercars


    The very elite level of TouringProSeries, within the world's most difficult touring car category. Planning to use Game Stock Car & OZ V8 mod. Previous seasons have used ORSM V8Factor.

  3. TCOne Series

    Traditional touring car category, the elite level. Currently using RaceRoom with WTCC 2014. Previous seasons have also featured WTCC car sets.

  4. TCTwo Series

    Junior one-make touring cars, the most fierce category of all. Planning to use RaceRoom & Audi TT Cup. Previous seasons have featured Renault Clio Cups.

  5. TCThree Series

    Pure driving skill separates the drivers here, in this back-to-basics category. Previous series have featured BMW Mini Challenges.

  6. Touring Masters

    Much-loved series featuring golden eras of touring cars. Currently using RaceRoom with DTM 92. Previous seasons have also featured Group A, along with DRM and Super Tourers.

  7. Supertech Series

    High tech racing machines, TouringProSeries' nod towards downforce. Previous seasons have used DTM & V8 Stock Cars.

  8. Virtual Carrera Cup

    Intense action in the most famous single make category in the world. Previous seasons have used Enduracers.


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    • Hello to all, Just for your info, the Sim Lab P1X has already been ordered, together with the Logitech Z906 for the sound setup, so please take as given the following gear: Visuals: I will test both triple Benq or single projector, and choose what works for me best. Chassis: Sim Lab P1-X sim racing chassis - Wheeldeck, Black, plus accessories Sound: Logitech Surround Sound Speaker System Z906   I would appreciate your opinion to choose one of the following scenarios, of course any other option will be taken serious under consideration: 1. Medium budget racing rig Motor wheel: Fanatec Podium DD2 Steering Wheel: Fanatec Podium Steering Wheel Porsche 911 GT3 R Suede Pedals: Fanatec ClubSport Pedals V3 Shifter: Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5 Handbrake: Fanatec ClubSport Handbrake V1.5  2. High end racing rig  Motor wheel: SIMUCUBE 2 Ultimate Steering Wheel: Ascher SRB GT3 Wheel Pedals: Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Sprint Shifter: Heusinkveld Sim Shifter Sequential Handbrake: Heusinkveld Sim Handbrake   Thank you in advance, I really appreciate it...... please be so kind to comment.
    • Thanks for checking in. Yes, you are correct, only the 8020 parts.
    • Will you take $800 for the pedals
    • Got it! Thanks for the input Yes, I am a DIY guy, but I’ve been there, done that. To be honest, I would like to follow the PnP way....
    • I wrote in greater detail, but here's a synopsis; You are fortunate there are several good direct drive options on the market; it just depends on how much work you want to put in to get them running. Fanatec Podium series is pretty much plug and play. Others have recommended leaving your options open for motion. If you are a DIY guy, look up the open source SFX-100 motion system. Very affordable and many builders can offer advice. Biggest investment in addition to the actuators and aluminum profiles is a 3D printer to create components or paying to have them printed. Also, look into tactile which goes a long way to increasing the pleasure of the sim racing experience. Search online for the extensive Tactile Immersion thread on this by RaceDepartment contributor Mr. Latte and others. Good luck with your search, Chris
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