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We're putting two of the world's most luxurious racing simulators head-to-head: the ultra-premium $2 million Dynisma racing simulator against the more accessible $63,000 Prodrive model. Is the $2 million price tag justifiable? Join WIRED's deep dive into the features, specifications, design, and performance of each simulator to find out which one reigns supreme.

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Director: Anna O'Donohue

Director of Photography: Mateo Akira Notsuke

Editor: Estan Esparza; Brady Jackson

Host: Jeremy White

Guest: Geroge Boothby

Creative Producer: Christie Garcia

Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi

Associate Producer: Amy Haskour

Production Manager: Peter Brunette

Production Coordinator: Kevin Balash

Casting Producer: Nicole Ford

Sound Mixer: Michael Panayiotis

Production Assistant: Sasha Novitskiy

Fact-Checker: Mike Dent

Post Production Supervisor: Christian Olguin

Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant

Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

Additional Editor: Christopher Jones; Louville Moore

Assistant Editor: Justin Symonds

00:00 WIRED Desired: Racing Simulators

01:17 Chapter One: The Prodrive

03:44 Luxury Tech: Price, Design, Innovation

04:28 Chapter Two: Dynisma DMG-1 Simulator

06:53 Pro Racing Sim Test

09:50 Big Differences

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