The National Corvette Museum has a new attraction for its guests: a Corvette racing simulator built with a real-life C6 Corvette. Corvette Blogger first reported on the latest addition to the museum on Thursday, and we have a feeling it will attract quite a few participants eager to show off their skills.
Each go will cost $10 and the user will select from a C6 Corvette Grand Sport convertible, C7 Corvette or C7.R Corvette race car before jumping onto the track for a virtual race. In the video below, the museum’s Katie Ellison showcased the system and described how the Corvette actually moves and highlighted the special pedestals that help provide feedback from the wheels.
Right now, the Corvette is finished in blue, but the NCM has plans to outfit the car with real C6.R racing graphics and decals from the Corvette Racing Team. Be sure to check out the NCM’s latest feature, and better yet, anyone can play as long as their legs reach the pedals.