Fanatec slashes Podium Racing Wheel F1 value

Fanatec Podium Racing Wheel F1, PlayStation, PS4 PS5

20Nm of direct drive torque, a Components 1 licenced steering wheel and a set of load cell pedals now have as much as 32 per cent off – and it really works with PC and PlayStation.

Are you searching for a PC and console-compatible direct drive sim racing wheel? Nicely, the Fanatec Gran Turismo DD Professional and CSL DD will match that invoice.

Besides, because of excessive demand and the continued semiconductor scarcity, they’re rarer than a complete photo voltaic eclipse.

Nevertheless, Fanatec does have a halfway-house treatment. The Podium Racing Wheel F1 with a value minimize.

Fanatec direct drive wheel shaft extension, F1 cockpit

The wheel base outputs 20Nm of torque, 4 occasions greater than the 5Nm of a fundamental, sans Enhance Equipment 180, DD Professional or CSL DD, and comes bundled with a Components 1 licenced steering wheel.

It’s PlayStation and PC suitable out of the field, and if you are going to buy an Xbox-compatible wheel, works on the inexperienced machines too. For PS4 and PS5, we checklist it as one of the best machine you should purchase, cash no object.

Near 30 per cent has been lopped off the worth, which suggests, pre-import obligation, it prices the next:

  • $1,299.95 (beforehand £1,799.95) -28%
  • €1,299.95 EUR (beforehand €1,799.95) -28%
  • $1,999.95 AUD (beforehand $2,799.90 AUD) -29%

There’s additionally a bundle accessible with the wheel base, wheel and a set of the load cell Clubsport Pedals V3. That is now retailing for:

  • $1,499.95 USD (beforehand $2,199.90) -32%
  • €1,499.95 EUR (beforehand €2,199.90) -32%
  • $2,299.95 AUD (beforehand $3,349.80 AUD) -31%
Fanatec Podium Racing Wheel F1 Clubsport Pedals V3

“For a lot of, the Podium Racing wheel just isn’t a substitute for the CSL DD or GT DD Professional however that is one of the best we will do for now and it’s a huge probability for anyone who thought of an improve anyway,” defined an announcement from Fanatec CEO Thomas Jackermeier.

“I’m very constructive that each one shortages can be over in 2023 and issues return to regular. Thanks in your loyalty.”

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