The Logitech G920 racing wheel is an excellent accessory, but there are accessories and add-ons available for it that will improve your experience with racing games even more. Here are the ones we recommend.
After an actual eternity, fans of the BTCC and the old TOCA series of games will finally get something new to get their teeth into. It's a couple of years away, but the publisher of the NASCAR Heat series has announced a multi-year deal to produce a new title and an associated esports series.
When taking your virtual racing up a notch as important as a good wheel is how comfortable you are when you're driving. You don't have to spend a fortune on a full cockpit, either, to achieve this, it's possible to do with your existing gaming or office chair. Here we'll show you a few ideas on what you can do.
Sim racing has experienced a boom in 2020 and that's led to some serious interest in getting a good cockpit. Whether you're new to the scene or more experienced and looking to up your game, one of these cockpits will give you comfort and support while you race all day and night.
A good set of pedals is a crucial part of any sim racing setup, and thankfully you don't have to spend a small fortune to get something special. Whether you're a beginner, more advanced, looking to spend a little or money is no object, there's a set of pedals that's right for you.
Remember TOCA Touring Cars, Codemasters' saloon racer from the late 90s? If you're outside the UK, then there's a chance you definitely missed it, but it has almost cult appeal among its many fans and after more than 20 years, it seems like a new one could be on the horizon.
iRacing is exploding in 2020 and for good reason, it's one of the finest sim racing experiences any platform has to offer. But to get the best from it you will need a good wheel, so if you're out shopping for one, here's what to get.
It's a most unusual year, where motorsport fans have all turned to the virtual world to get their fix in lieu of having no actual motorsport to enjoy in the real world. MotoGP 20, then, arrives at the perfect time to give fans of the sport something to really sink their teeth into. Here's our full review.
F1 2020 has been announced with a July release on the cards, and while not much has been revealed initially, there does seem to be a heavy focus on offline play with a new split-screen co-op mode and the chance to be the 11th team on the F1 grid.
Codemasters' reboot of a famous old franchise has me very excited and having now finally played it, it does not disappoint. This is our preview of the all-new GRID, an upcoming racing sim you simply must play in 2020.