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Thrustmaster Formula T2 - THE wheel and pedal set from 1996!

Discussion in 'Driving & Racing Games' started by sti228, Nov 19, 2018.

  1. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

    Niels Heusinkveld is one of the major forces in the world of sim racing, not only running a high-end hardware manufacturer, but also has a reputation for being a physics guru with the ISIMotor 2 physics engine. Niels is the driving force behind the excellent physics for Game Stock Car Extreme, Automobilista and some various mods for rFactor.

    Niels Heusinkveld of Heusinkveld Engineering show us what did good simracing hardware look like in 1996 ? A lot worse than what we get for our money in 2018 !

    About Heusinkveld Engineering

    Heusinkveld Engineering is a Dutch company that offers a broad array of products and services to the real and virtual racing scene. From advanced vehicle simulation software to simulator hardware. Sim Racers might also know Niels Heusinkveld as the main physics creator for the Automobilista racing simulator by Reiza Studios.

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    Northern Ireland, UK
    I remember having a wheel/pedal set back on my PS2.. think it was a Logitech? No 900 degrees+ of rotation back then! Still it wasn't bad at all. Had a blast cruising on NFS:U2 before TDU came along :lol:
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