Boost your sim racing skills with the elegant GT Sport steering wheel.
Designed for sim racers looking for a more balanced solution without compromising quality details.
Adjustable Magnetic paddles. Updated look with custom Cube Controls steering rim. 100% carbon front plate. Featuring a lightweight version of both knobs and joystick. Rock-solid electronics.
USB cable and set of stickers included.
Q: What is included with your purchase?
A: Along with your steering wheel, you will receive in the package 1 USB cable, 1 Sticker Set, the user Manual, and other needed tools to help you through the installation of your wheel.
Q: How can I connect the GT Sport steering wheels to my PC?
A: Each Classic wheel comes with its own coiled USB cable. Any USB 2.0 port will work. Wrap the cable loosely around the wheel hub to avoid any strain on the connector.
Q: How can I attach it to my FFB base?
A: Our wheel hubs have an industry-standard 3 M5 holes 50,8mm PCD compatible with various adapters. We can provide them for Thrustmaster, Logitech (Fanatec bases require a Podium Hub purchasable from their store, while Accuforce needs their proprietary adapter). 50,8mm Universal QR will fit directly, as well the QRX. We also provide 50.8mm to 70mm 6 M5 hole conversion adapters.
Q: Are the shifter paddles adjustable?
A: Yes they are adjustable in reach and depth. We’ve reserved a 1 cm range which easily adapts to any hand size.
Q: How do the shifter paddles feel?
A: Firm. They have a very short and fast throw with a noticeable tactile clicky feedback. It’s built for simracers.
Q: Can I customise a racing wheel or buy only single components?
A: Unfortunately, we can’t customise our products and we can’t sell single components. To ensure superior quality we allow to purchase only whole racing wheels.
Q: What is the product warranty?
A: All our products, as per the European law, are guaranteed for 2 years.The Warranty is reduced to 1 year for products purchased for internal usage by B2B customers (e.g. simulation venues using our products on their own sim rigs)