CXC Simulations Brings Rallycross to SEMA

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CXC Simulations Brings Rallycross to SEMA

iRacing Red Bull GRC available for the first time at SEMA Show with CXC Simulations Motion Pro II

October 26, 2017 (Los Angeles, Calif.) – At the SEMA Show, October 31-November 3, CXC Simulations will put show attendees in the seat of a 600 horsepower Rallycross car.

The CXC Simulations Motion Pro II is known around the world as not merely a racing simulator, but a tool used by amateur and professional race car drivers. Developed to accurately replicate the feel of being on a race track, the Motion Pro II utilizes a proprietary low-mass motion-control system, cutting-edge visual and audio solutions, hydraulic brakes and a CAD-designed, made in the USA chassis. Panoramic screen and Virtual Reality options complete the immersive experience.

At the SEMA Show, CXC Simulations will match their Motion Pro II with iRacing’s recently-announced Red Bull Global Rallycross platform. Expected to be available at the end of 2017, iRacing’s Red Bull GRC brings Rallycross’s exciting form of racing – featuring short courses, fender-to-fender, mixed surfaces, and big air – to sim racers. The SEMA Show will mark the first time that iRacing’s Red Bull GRC is available for the public.

With big jumps, body contact, and the awesome acceleration and braking forces of the Rallycross cars, iRacing’s Red Bull GRC can be experienced to full effect in the Motion Pro II.

In addition to showcasing the capabilities of the Motion Pro II, CXC Simulations will also showcase its Coaching System as well as turnkey commercial packages. CXC Simulations commercial simulators are in use throughout the country at commercial venues and corporate events.

CXC Simulations and iRacing will be in SEMA Booth #30303, with demonstration drives and media opportunities available throughout the show.

About CXC Simulations

CXC Simulations manufacturers the most advanced racing simulators for personal and professional use and feature the latest technological developments to achieve realistic motion and car control systems. Designed and manufactured 100% in the U.S.A., the CXC Motion Pro II is designed using state-of-the-art CAD technology and is individually hand built by professional engineers in Southern California – made like a race car to feel like a race car. For more information, visit www.cxcsimulations.com.

Media Contact:

Efrain Olivares
(818) 254-7196
eolivares@brandwarepr.com

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