As a matter of fact, it's OpenWheeler's chassis which represents the fundamental part of this most astounding race cockpit. You'll find out its design is both simple, pragmatic, presenting gamers with flexibility and the aforementioned stability to play with any home video game driving wheel or any other game controller. When it comes to adjustment and position, OpenWheeler is really light to handle, being made of the lightest materials possible. And, to be sincere, it can't be made much lighter than this, and still have the same stability specifications. You'll see that fixing the optimal racing position is a piece of cake, being both easy and intuitional, to the extent that the gamer's weight or age are not important either. It turns into the ultimate driving cockpit once it's adjusted to the racer's most favoured angle - and we're talking simulator here - delivering sheer harmony between racer and race.
It's simply incredible the mode in which this great work of engineering has been designed and produced. The actual line is perfect with nothing being too much, and with everything being just where it has to be, whilst at the same time staying so firm and stable. And the steel work is sleek and strong too, with every hinge rendered with flawlessness, and, if you just take a look at the chassis, you'll soon acknowledge the big effort and the extreme fervour which have gone into the creation of this stunning piece of technical effort which will leave you wonder-struck! The paintwork replete with a nice powder polish resembles an airplane design rather than a most enduring frame for home entertainment. It indeed looks as though it's unduly stout and accurate - seriously!