The Simracing Expo 2023 in Dortmund is over and it’s time to look back on the event. A total of 11,703 visitors were able to test both existing and brand new hardware on 108 simulators as well as experience a total of more than 14 hours of live stage programme. Starting with the first three manufacturers, we introduce the individual stands: Asetek, Ascher Racing and Fanatec.
Asetek was represented at the Simracing Expo with one of the largest stands on site. In addition to the LMP3 racing car and a Formula Student vehicle, the current Asetek product range could be tested in various rigs. The main attraction for most visitors was probably the “Wall of Wheels”, where Asetek presented the current range and the soon to be released Button Plates (Forte and La Prima) with different steering wheel rims. Behind closed doors there were further exclusive insights.
The Ascher Racing stand this year was once again all about the new steering wheels, which were developed in collaboration with McLaren. Fittingly, a McLaren Artura GT4 was also on display, in which the steering wheel developed by Ascher Racing could of course also be seen.
One of the most visited stands this year was again the Fanatec booth. Somewhat surprisingly, you could take a look at the upcoming ClubSport DD Base for the first time and also try it as well. In total, the following new and not yet released products could be seen:
- Fanatec ClubSport DD + Wheel Mount
- Limited Edition Formula Steering Wheel
- F1 Style Rig
- Bentley GT3 Steering Wheel
- Podium Button Module Rally