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Red Bull is releasing an F1 simulator that will set you back £100,000

The championship winning team has partnered up with Memento Exclusives for a sim-rig in a Red Bull chassis.

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Simulation racing video games are all about realism. Driving cars on iconic and realistically created tracks, all using physics and mechanics in games that make it seem like you are sitting in a real driver's seat, despite actually sitting behind a PC and using a wheel attached to a metal rig, it's a thrill to be sure. But now you can take this a step further by sitting in a sim rig that is designed and resembles an actual Red Bull Racing F1 car.

As noted by F1 itself, the rig has been created by Red Bull and Memento Exclusives and resembles the RB18 car that was near untouchable during the 2022 season. The rig will be available in one of two versions, with these being The Champions Edition and The Race Edition, with the former featuring an attached front wing, and both coming with Max Verstappen or Sergio Perez liveries.

The catch with a truly premium rig like this however is that it costs a pretty penny. In fact, you'll probably need to sell your house to buy one, as The Race Edition clocks in at £74,999 and The Champions Edition sits at a jaw-dropping £99,999.

"We are delighted to have co-created a unique sim racing experience that puts drivers in the cockpit of the championship-winning RB18," said Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner.
"Driving a Formula 1 car is something most of us can only dream of, but this simulator is as close as it gets to the real thing. Memento Exclusives have recreated the car to bring the track into your home."

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If you do want to grab one of these rigs, you can head over here to put in an order, with deliveries planned for April 2023.

Red Bull is releasing an F1 simulator that will set you back £100,000

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