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Next Level Racing releases the portable F-GT Lite cockpit

Next Level Racing is a brand best known for its flight simulators, and racing cockpits and stands. The latest addition to its portfolio of racing cockpits is the F-GT Lite, aimed at racing simulator players who need some degree of portability.

The Next Level Racing F-GT Lite is a complete racing cockpit developed with portability in mind. Using a “cutting-edge patent pending design”, F-GT Lite allows users to switch between both Formula and GT positions quickly, and to fold and stow it with ease. This makes the F-GT Lite ideal for racing simulator enthusiasts with limited space.

According to Next Level Racing, the development of this racing cockpit has taken into account multiple customer trials, and the community’s feedback, which resulted in creating a “product that is unlike any other on the market”. Thanks to the equipped Next Level Racing Hubs, the F-GT Lite is meant to be easily adjustable and very durable, with each Hub capable of withstanding up to 150Kg. Also adding to F-GT Lite’s durability is the “high-grade powder coated carbon steel construction”.

According to Hess Ghah, CEO at Next Level Racing, the company’s goal is to create “authentic sim racing” experiences at a reasonable price, and the F-GT Lite is one way to do it. The F-GT Lite supports all steering wheels, pedals and shifters, and its angle adjustments allow users of all sizes to “find their optimal racing position”. The alcantara and breathable mesh seat alongside the seat bolsters were designed to deliver the best comfort and experience to users “at all times”.

The Next Level Racing F-GT Lite will be available starting this month, priced at €299/£249/$299.

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