McMurtry Automotive Spierling and ex-F1 driver Max Chilton takes a test drive in DMG-1.
Max commented on the responsiveness and ease of catching oversteer, thanks to imperceptible latency, and the immersive ride feedback.
At Dynisma we've been lucky enough to put some of the world's best automotive test drivers and race drivers in our simulators, and they tell us time and again what a massive step forward this technology is.
Max Chilton is the new world record holder of the 1.16 mile Hillclimb course at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2022, completing it in 39.08 seconds in the McMurtry Automotive Spierling fan car.
As we continue to redefine driving simulation in motorsport, we look to professional motorsport drivers to help us continue innovating the world's most advanced simulator solution - for race teams and for enabling new methods of developing the next generation of road cars for automotive companies.