Next Level Racing GTtrack Simulator Racing Cockpit
The GTtrack is the ultimate cockpit for serious sim racers looking for rigidity, complete adjustability and a true race car seating position. The GTtrack was designed with the close feedback of professional drivers and some of the world’s fastest eSports drivers to give you every feature required for serious sim racing. The complete rigidity of the GTtrack allows it to support direct drive wheels and professional pedal sets as well as being compatible with all major wheel and pedals including Thrustmaster®, Logitech® and Fanatec®.
The GTtrack has all the features included for serious sim racing such as 4 point racing harness, gear shifter and handbrake adaptor, Buttkicker® Gamer 2 adaptor, height adjustable rubber feet for the cockpit and the new Next Level Racing® Lockable Wheel Castors allowing you to move your cockpit around with ease and lock the wheels for serious racing.
The GTtrack is built for motion and the Next Level Racing® Motion Platform V3 can be installed in less than 10 minutes for the most immersive racing experience. The GTtrack is also fully compatible with the new Next Level Racing® Traction+ Motion platform and when combined can offer you the ultimate simulation experience.
You can get serious in the driver’s seat as the Next Level Racing® cockpits are also used by professional drivers such as Red Bull Racing®’s Mad Mike Whiddett, GTacademy® winner Matt Simmons, professional Rally Driver Ricardo Costa Jnr & David Greco. The GTtrack is the strongest most feature packed cockpit to hit the market setting a new benchmark for racing simulation.
“I must be honest, when NLR told me they had a new cockpit, so rigid and stable that would support Direct Drive wheels and professional pedals, I did not think that the Cockpit wouldn’t flex at all! Amazing how stiff it feels, feels like a real car’s cockpit, as stiff and secure as it can get. Also, the seating position was just about perfect, amazing job by Next Level Racing! I highly recommend it!”
David Greco -Visa Vegas E-Race Finalist and Fastest Lap Award, Senior Can Handling Designer at Codemasters.
- Steering wheel angle and distance adjustability
- Pedal angle and distance adjustability
- Gear shifter distance adjustable
- Pre-drilled for all major brands including Thrustmaster®, Logitech® and Fanatec
- Built with rigidity to support direct drive wheels and professional pedal sets
- Built with motion in mind – The Next Level Racing® Motion Platform V3 bolts straight on in less than 10 minutes and fully compatible with the Next Level Racing® Traction+ Motion Platform
-Reinforced racing bucket seat with rigidity required for high end motion (Doesn’t have the level of flex found in fibreglass simulator seats)
- Height adjustable rubber feet
- 4 point racing harness
- Gear Shifter and Handbrake Support (Can also support 2 x Thrustmaster® TSS at the same time)
- Next Level Racing® Lockable Wheel Castors (Not only great for home users but also for commercial users as you can move the GTtrack cockpit with ease including all electronics and Motion Platform V3 attached)
- 4 point racing harness
- Next Level Racing® Lockable Wheel Castors
- Height adjustable rubber feet
- Gear Shifter holder
- Handbrake adaptor plate
- Buttkicker® Gamer 2 adaptor
- Screws to hard mount your wheel, shifter and pedals
-Instructions for quick and easy assembly
- Supported Max Weight - 150 kg or 330 lbs
- Product Dimensions - 138 x 120 x 55 cm or 54 x 47 x 21 inches
- Product Weight - 48kg
- Boxed Dimensions - 100x61x59cm
- Boxed Weight - 60kg
- Part Number - NLR-S009
Amazing! Review by Garcia
Easy to assemble, very sturdy, the shifter/handbrake base could be stronger and more configurable.
GTtrack Review Review by Mr Pix
The GTtrack arrived just before Xmas and I have now set it up and used it over the hoiday period with sim racing titles such as iRacing, ACS and pCARS2. First off, I would like to say that the GTUltimate rig next to it in the pics has been fantastic over the past few years with and without motion added; the reason I have the GTtrack now is purely down to to the structure required to support the Direct Drive wheel base I have on pre-order from Fanatec which has been delayed slightly.
First impressions when taking the GTtrack out of the box, is that this rig is 'Industrial' in weight, strength and build. Next Level have listened to previous feedback and built a rig that is super strong and that will withstand the forces generated from Motion and DD wheels for sure.
The majority of the frame is made from 40mm box section and the welds are full, not tacked on. Once all the bolts are tightened, there is virtually no movement, no flex and a great feeling of rigidity throughout. The wheel table is very sturdy and feels great, there is even enough room to add a couple of fans to help with HMD cooling!
I have opted for wheels rather than the alternative feet whilst in this configuration and they too are very robust taking my 97kg weight easily. I am 181cm tall and fit in the chair easliy with plenty of adjustment either way for longer or shorter body/leg lengths and people less wide than I am too. The seat fits me snugly and the design keeps me firmly in the seat without having to use the harness/seat belts.
I find the seating position very comfortable for extended periods of time, and it didn't take too many attempts to get the wheel table just at the right height. I can get in and out of the seat very easily indeed from the right hand side (I'm a 'pommy' so drive in a RHD configuration regardless of the car I am virtually driving.
I have a NL Monitor stand on pre-order too, along with the much anticipated NL Traction+ coming my way once released - I can't wait! I'd also like to add the flight pack once released so I can use the rig as I used the GTUltimate, swapping a few brackets out to turn it in to a Flight platform, rather than having both in the room, but for the time being I have made a compromise as I mainly race in VR (so don't need the screen in front of me) and prefer to have motion with that rather than in flight (although I do miss it already).
There is still a place for the GTUltimate Cockpit as it is cheaper for a start and certainly meets the needs of non-DD wheels, but I do feel if you are investing in motion such as the NLM v3 as I have, then the GTtrack is much better suited to this application due to lack of flex and the way it is built regardless of the DD wheel bonus.