In July, CXC Simulations provided the Porsche Club of America with a Motion Pro II simulator for their annual Concours d’Elegance at the Museum of Flying in Santa Monica, Ca. Porsche owners were up and ready at the crack of dawn, counting down the minutes until they had to show their “babies” before a row of judges. Friends, families, and local fans attended, supporting the entrants, and studying the iconic cars that were on display. As another attention getter, CXC gave guests the opportunity to test out the only professional grade racing simulator that is practical for home use – driving Porsches of course.

In a prime location, just to the right of the hangar entrance, guests lined up to test out CXC’s world class racing simulator – the Motion Pro II. Michael Lewis, professional Porsche GT3 R driver and one of CXC’s in-house test pilots, coached guests as they battled through Mazda Speedway’s Laguna Seca. Some were more experienced than others, though a general consensus could be gained: the Motion Pro II is the most realistic option for race simulation in the world; no one had experienced anything like it – not even close. From the newly designed force feedback steering system, to realistic race hardware such as steering wheels, break peddle cluster, and paddle shifters, drivers enjoyed a fully immersive experience.