T818 Ferrari SF1000 Racing Simulator: A Thrilling Collaboration with Scuderia Ferrari

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Thrustmaster is excited to present a remarkable new bundle, combining a cutting-edge racing wheel base and a wheel rim adorned with the iconic Scuderia Ferrari colors – the T818 Ferrari SF1000 Simulator. 

The flagship product of Thrustmaster's racing collection was unveiled during the launch of the 2023 Ferrari Esports Series season. The bundle features the state-of-the-art direct-drive racing wheel base, T818, the legendary Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition wheel rim, and a flexible mounting system suitable for desks, tables, or cockpits, ensuring an extraordinary esports-grade performance.

The T818, boasting its new Rosso Corsa metal plates and sophisticated Scuderia Ferrari logo, delivers a smooth, robust, and turbocharged Force Feedback experience, providing 10 N⋅m of constant torque through direct-drive technology. With a wealth of configuration options, seasoned drivers can race with raw, unfiltered power and experience game effects as intended, ensuring absolute control over their vehicle.


The Ferrari SF1000 wheel requires no introduction, offering up to 69 data points on its 4.3-inch (109-mm) display, 25 buttons (including 7 encoders), and a 100% carbon fiber central faceplate. A 1:1 scale replica of the iconic SF1000 single-seater race car wheel, it has become a legend in the sim racing world. As an officially licensed Ferrari product, the T818 Ferrari SF1000 Simulator is compatible with PCs and the entire Thrustmaster racing ecosystem. It has been meticulously designed to cater to top-tier racing drivers and captivate the most discerning Tifosi.

The T818 Ferrari SF1000 Simulator will retail for £999.99 / $1,099.99 / €1,099.99 and can be purchased from Thrustmaster's online store and authorized resellers in the following regions:

  • Europe - Pre-orders: May 15 | Official Launch: June 14
  • Australia - Pre-orders: June 5 | Official Launch: July 5
  • North America and United Kingdom - Pre-orders: June 12 | Official Launch: July 12
  • Rest of the world: 2023

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