CXC Simulations is a high-tech engineering firm that has revolutionized the design and manufacture of full-motion racing simulators.

CXC Simulations was founded in 2007 by Chris Considine, a racer himself and the son of a racer. Considine recognized the ability for accurate racing simulation as a tool for driver improvement. At a time when racing simulation was in its infancy, Considine applied engineering principles to develop the Motion Pro II, the first realistic, full-motion racing simulator for personal use.

CXC Simulations occupies a 20,000 square foot design and manufacturing facility in Hawthorne, California – a technology hub located ten minutes from LAX with neighbors that include Amazon, SpaceX and Tesla. Over 20 employees design, manufacture and produce the simulators completely in-house at CXC Simulations, while the company’s Special Projects division creates unique, one-of-a-kind simulators for discerning clients.

Among CXC Simulations customers are amateur and professional race car drivers, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, Formula One team principals, members of royalty and numerous large commercial companies. CXC Simulations simulators are in use around the world, with installations on every continent except Antartica.