“The Motion Pro II is about as close to reality as you can get. I was amazed how real it feels. It’s a great tool for professional drivers to tune up or get familiar with a new track as well as pure entertainment for someone who wants to get as close to the real action as is humanly possible.”
“The track and car options are endless and the tuning capabilities are just like the real thing. You can really feel any changes made to the car both aerodynamically and mechanically. The Motion Pro II is a great tool for any race team or driver that wants to elevate themselves to the next level.”
“Easily the best simulator I’ve been on to date. It’s just more realistic. There’s less exaggerated motion, motion sickness, if you will, Disneyland type stuff going on. You’re feeling a lot more of the energy you get when you’re driving a car. The steering, whether you’re driving an Indy car, a stock car, whatever, relates more than other sims that I’ve been on.”
“I look forward to coming back. My next goal is to have all my clients buy one so wherever I go I have a place to go play.”
“The CXC Simulators definitely blew my mind! I really enjoy sims as a training tool and these simulators bring the movement that the body is missing for that full experience of immersion, add a VR headset and your brain really thinks you’re in a car!”
“Racing at the highest level is probably one of the most amazing experiences any human can have. Unfortunately contrary to most other professional sports, due to costs and regulations, we have very limited amount of testing available. The only way to keep your skills sharp is by trying to put your mind through the same challenges you will find on the racetrack.
Luckily the digital era that we leave in has facilitated amazing technology advances that are able to replicate very closely what happens in real life. Software development has been key, laser scanned race tracks and accurate simulation of vehicle dynamics and tire models have suffered an exponential evolution in the last ten years. As much as the software the hardware piece of it is as important. I have been lucky to experience the best simulators in the world, multi million dollar systems used by Formula 1 teams that give you an amazing feel of realism. CXC simulators are my favorite simulator that you can have in-house and at a reasonable cost, I know the people behind the company well, all former racers and lovers of the sport and technology. I stand by them and their product line.”
I use CXC Simulations for training all the time on the circuits that I race in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and in the European Le Mans Series,” said Nielsen. “I was very impressed the first time I tried it with the Virtual Reality headset. It is the best simulator experience I’ve tried so far. I normally get a bit of motion sickness, and I got none of that with this system. Instead, it feels even closer to what it is actually like in the race car and on those circuits.
“The Motion Pro II is the most realistic simulator I’ve driven. For me, it’s an invaluable training tool.”
Townsend Bell drove in the FIA Formula 3000 Championship in Europe, won the Indy Lights Championship in 2001, competed in CART, the 2006 Indy 500 and is currently campaigning a Ferrari 458 GT for Team West Alex Job Racing in the American LeMans Series.
I am still super-impressed with the feeling I had when I was in the CXC Motion Pro II. It had the perfect steering wheel feedback, realistic motion movement, and a very accurate braking system. It’s just like being in the car.
“The best simulator I’ve ever driven. The way it moves and even picks up track surfaces adds a whole new dimension.
“Seat time is the only thing that will make you a better driver and with testing being curtailed more and more in the interest of cost containment, a simulator is becoming a necessity for the serious racer. In the world of simulators, the CXC Pro-Motion II is the top of the food chain, and if you believe the word-of-mouth, which I do, it is even better than some of the ones employed by the top F1 teams. How serious about your racing are you?”
“Wow, I’m still shaking from it. It’s a little bit of a workout. I’m pretty impressed.”
Alex Gurney is an American racing driver who competes in the Rolex Sports Car Series for GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing. He won the 2007 and 2009 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototype drivers’ championship and is the son of racing legend Dan Gurney.
“The Motion Pro II is by far the most accurate and best racing simulator I’ve ever worked with. Using the Motion Pro II is the best possible way for me to understand the characteristics of the circuits before I arrive. The circuits are incredibly close and to find things such as braking points, gears, and even setup adjustments, shows that it is very realistic. I also enjoy doing long runs as from a driver fitness perspective it puts you under a realistic strain, especially using the same arm muscles as in the real thing.”
Mobil 1 Porsche Super Cup standout Matt Halliday
The CXC Simulator is a great tool to stay sharp and learn new circuits because it provides a real race car feel! The engineers have done a great job in making a simulator that gives the right type of feedback through the pedals and steering wheel which are similar to a real race car.
CXC Simulations is a manufacturer of high-end racing simulators for personal and professional use. Our simulators feature the latest technological developments to achieve realistic motion and car control systems.
CXC simulators can be used as a tool for driving instruction as well as flight training and are available for purchase, lease or event rentals. We offer superb customer service and support to make sure you are behind the wheel of your favorite Formula 1, GT or rally car for as much time as possible!”