VCSims Announces New Website for Race Car Simulator

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Virtual Concept (VCSims) is proud to announce the launch of its newly renovated race car simulator website. Featuring a new navigational interface and loads of new content, the new VCSims website is sure to give its new and existing customers an even greater level of satisfaction than its predecessor. The virtual racing industry is growing at a rapid pace. It is one of the latest and hottest businesses in today's market...

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We will soon be announcing some great new partnerships as well as exciting news from our research and development team. Expect some spectacular new options for the RS1 Xtreme and a sneak preview of the highly anticipated FS1 flight simulator!

The manufacturer of professional-grade racing simulators has had a great deal of success since making its debut at the Performance Racing Industry show in Orlando, FL on December 11, 2008. Thousands of racing professionals and enthusiasts were given the first look at VCSims' revolutionary patented 180 degree screen technology, which introduced the world of simulation to a whole new level of realism and virtual simulation technology. With thousands of customers rushing to the website to see footage of the RS1 Xtreme race car simulator in action, the VCSims team soon realised that high website traffic would be an ongoing trend for the coming months.

"It was exciting to see such a great response towards our race car simulator from the racing community" says Ron Larabie, President of VCSims. "The amount of traffic our website received immediately following the launch was almost overwhelming. The snowball effect that followed brought even greater numbers, which had us making constant updates to the website based on a large amount of positive customer feedback. We continue to see more and more customers adopting our product because they feel it is so real in its sensation due to the 180 degree screen view and the entire seating frame concept. Customer satisfaction is always number one on our list and it is definitely the primary focus of our new website. We want to make it simple for our customers to reach us, find out about our product enhancements and to obtain our products. We also want to give them access to innovative areas of our site such as our forum where they can keep up with virtual simulation technology"

The all-new website benefits from great new content and features. This includes Ron Larabie's blog page, an online store for purchasing VCSims merchandise, a monthly newsletter, testimonials from the 2009 racing season, the option to follow the team on Twitter, the Virtual Octane ezine series, and many more. Customers wanting to try out the RS1 Xtreme will now be able to track down the demo simulators as they tour the United States and other countries around the world.

Ron Larabie also mentioned that the website announcement is only the first in a series of big announcements that will lead up to the first anniversary of the revolutionary RS1 Xtreme race car simulator. "We will soon be announcing some great new partnerships as well as exciting news from our research and development team. Expect some spectacular new options for the RS1 Xtreme and a sneak preview of the highly anticipated FS1 flight simulator!"

VCSims also plans on implementing a new website forum where enthusiasts can discuss simulator business with team mates and rivals across all platforms, which Ron discussed briefly with us. Be sure to visit the all-new race car simulator website and subscribe to the monthly newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest news from the VCSims team and the virtual simulation world.

About Virtual Concept:
With a focus on simulator hardware, the Virtual Concept team is dedicated to bringing consumers an ultra-realistic experience in computer simulation. From race car simulator to aviation, Virtual Concept provides professionals and enthusiasts with the tools they need to train for real life situations. Virtual Concept has offices in Nevada, Florida, and Canada.

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