Racing simulator comes to Mac

Racing simulator comes to Mac

Racing simulation service has come to the Mac. iRacing features subscription-based, massively-multiplayer online racing in multiple leagues, including NASCAR, IndyCar, and Williams F1. Subscriptions starts at $12 per month. The OS X version of is the same as the PC version, and is compatble with the Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion releases of OS X. Addtionally, Macs will need to be using Intel HD Graphics 4000 or better, 2GB of RAM, and 6GB of hard drive space to run the service.

Below is a video detailing's service.


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Racing simulator comes to Mac


Looks fun, but I won't jump in at $12/month. I'm not a gamer, so I'm not sure how gamers value this service. What other hardware would I need besides my Mac?

A wheel which can range from 135 - 2500. The cheapest I would suggest would be a Logitech Driving Force GT for $135. Even better would be a Logitech G27 for $219 or even better a Thrustmaster T500RS for $525. If you want to get really crazy you can get a Leo Bodnar wheel. hehe.