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Shaun, in your recent interview with Townsend Bell , he was driving the indy car sim pod. I noticed that although he was using paddles, the pod has a Thomas shifter. I was curious if you noticed it is shaped different than the normal Thomas shifters... it seems to be pointed in the front, and the electronics with the neutral switch are in the rear. What can you tell me about it?

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That is a standard thomas shifter, it might be an earlier model. THat one has been on that sim for over a year. I know that thomas has a straight and an angled shifter patern that would be the only difference I can think of.

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I know that they also require a 120 hertz monitor. That seems to be the expensive part of the setup right now. I expect the pricing on this stuff to start dropping very rapidly.

I can see every monitor company quickly competing to become the number one in 3d. This is good for the rest of us.

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