Pilotes Automobile qui utilisent Playseat

The exclusive PlaySeats driving simulator is used for both Rally and Formula One, by hundreds of professional drivers.

The seat for videogames is initially built for pilots who can train themselves to cover the racing tracks of various circuits before races, it is now finally available for all the "drivers" who are fond of games.

Takuma Sato

Takuma Sato and Playseats will this year offer race fans the ultimate gaming experience thanks to the launch of a unique version of the Playseats product which gives gamers the opportunity to create and enjoy a full race-simulator experience in the comfort of their homes.


Nelson Piquet Junior

It’s always kind of interesting to find out that a celebrity shares your hobby for sim racing – especially when that celebrity competes in the highest level of international motorsport!  Renault Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet, Jr. gave lots of Gran Turismo 5 fans using a Playseat alcantara something to smile about when he recently posted the above picture to Twitter from what appears to be his apartment in Monaco. Regardless, Nelson embraces the web, and communicates frequently via Twitter about everything he’s doing


Anthony Davidson

Super Aguri F1's Anthony Davidson stopped off in London on Thursday to help launch the 'Formula One Championship Edition' game for the Playstation 3.

Davidson was joined by ITV F1's Martin Brundle and Radio 5 Live pit-lane reporter, Holly Samos, as Sony Computer Entertainment unveiled its latest F1 game, which will be available in the shops in the UK towards the end of this month, when the PS3 hits the shelves.


Robbie Kerr

Through Playseats’ sponsorship of the team, A1 Team GBR has donated an A1GP branded Playseat Evolution to Metro, the World’s largest free newspaper, and to Virgin Radio with both set to be given away in exclusive competitions in the build up to the A1GP finale at Brands Hatch on 4th May. The competitions will give respective readers and listeners the chance to win a Playseat signed by A1 Team GBR drivers Robbie Kerr (pictured) and Oliver Jarvis.

At the penultimate round of the A1GP Series in Shanghai on 13th April, Kerr claimed two ninth-place finishes in the Sprint and Feature races to close the championship gap to A1 Team France to 12 points. A1 Team GBR now heads to the season finale at Brands Hatch, UK on 4th May, where a 3rd consecutive top 3 finish in the final standings is the target.


Tim Coronel

Tom Coronel of SEAT, is also familiar with Playseats. He does not only have two gaming seats, but was recently also challenged by Xbox to find differences between real life racing and Forza2 stering wheel.


Justin Wilson

F1 and Indy Car Driver
"Accurancy is the most important thing. In the racing simulation, the corner spacing and radii are exactly right. Bumps, camber changes,curbing, changes in surface all have an influence on the optimal line, and iRacing has that level of detail. It's great for learning tracks and cars, but even if you already know a track, you can refresh yiurself, soyou are not spending the first session getting up to speed. You can attack straight away".