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features and other articles we have posted on High Gear that
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BRD Speed7 Launch Event
- December 29, 2001
On November 16th, 2001 the Ball family organised a launch event to celebrate the launch of their Speed7 range of pedals, inviting a whole range of people from the simracing community like James Hawkins (Lead Producer of F1 2001) who brought the first version of the patch for F1 2001 that was released shortly after the event, Team Redline, people from F1 Racing magazine, Stuart Brown from The US Pits a number of other developers and publishers.
ECTS 2001 news article
- November 7, 2001
Due to a number of factors we never got to posting an article on the expo. But why then have an article up now? Well, the things we learned in London are still very actual and in fact not a lot of info has changed since that time, only the release dates have gotten closer. Let me take you back to September, the first time I visited the ECTS, which was now situated in a new expo hall in the London Docklands, the ExCeL.
BallRacing Developments - The controllers
- October 9, 2001
It has been a week since I found out about the history of BallRacing Developments - so it was time to call Nik and Tim Ball again - this time for a good hour's chat! This time it's enough of the history, time to check out the products themselves, in particular the controllers they produce + Get a 20% discount on their products!
BallRacing Developments - Part One
- October 2, 2001
A friend called me up and asked me to come over and try his new steering wheel. The person who had sold it to him said that it came from a simulator. Expecting something that would not work with your normal PC I flew over in my 'Beemer' wondering if I would ever experience such a thrill when playing a computer sim!
World Sports Cars Radio Show Report
- April 10, 2001
Sim Racing Mag's radio show "Track Talk" held a big interview with the West Brothers about World Sports Cars. In total the show took about 4.5 hours and an incredible amount of new facts and details were released there. In this article I will be trying to give you a small overview of the more important revelations.