Thrustmaster Releases Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition

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Meet the Thrustmaster Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition. This product is a precise 1:1 scale replica of the steering wheel used in the Ferrari SF1000 Formula 1 car during the 2020 season. The steering wheel replica features an array of functionalities tailored to enhance the simulation experience. It includes 25 action buttons, each marked with labels such as OIL, RADIO, and DRINK, similar to the original SF1000 model. These are strategically positioned to facilitate easy reach and operation during use. Additionally, the wheel incorporates seven rotary encoders located around the thumb area and below the 4.3-inch display screen on the steering wheel, offering users the ability to assign various controls conveniently. The display of the Formula Wheel Add-On is capable of showing up to 69 different pieces of racing information. It also includes 21 LEDs, with 15 dedicated to displaying engine revolutions and six arranged in two rows of three for indicating marshal flags and other critical racing signals.

Construction-wise, the wheel is equipped with a 3mm-thick faceplate made from 21 layers of carbon fiber, ensuring durability and a high-quality feel. The grips are finished with textured rubber, and the paddle shifters employ a push-pull technology, mirroring the actual SF1000 steering mechanics. The dimensions of the Formula Wheel Add-On Ferrari SF1000 Edition are 270mm in width, 85mm in depth, and 170mm in height, and it weighs approximately 1.3 kg.


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For connectivity, it uses a USB interface and is compatible with all Thrustmaster T-Series racing wheel bases. This product blends advanced technology with authentic replication, providing a sophisticated tool for racing simulation enthusiasts and professionals aiming to replicate the Ferrari Formula 1 driving experience as closely as possible. The combination of detailed craftsmanship and technical features makes it a standout accessory in the realm of gaming and simulation hardware.  It is officially licensed by Ferrari and became available for purchase on May 21, 2024, with a retail price of approximately $450 USD.

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