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    625 Manitou Rd SE, Calgary, AB T2G 4C2


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VR racing from $44.95

Frequently Asked Questions

General Information

What is sim-racing?

TracksVR offers full immersion race simulation by seating you in one of our ‘pods.' The software tells the seat how to move, forward/backward/side to side, as you drive around the track. Every shift, brake, and bump that the car would feel in real life will be translated to the simulator.

You will use the wheel and pedals much like your street car to control the vehicle, remember that these controls act like real racing wheels/pedals, they are not buttons.

Finally the VR headset will immerse you into the car virtually where you will be the driver and can see the track and other cars from the cockpit.

Is there a minimum age requirement?

We don’t have a minimum age, but we do have a minimum height. In order to reach the pedals racers will need to be at least 4’4″.  It is also highly recommended that each racer have used or experienced graduated pedals like what you would find in any car/truck/SUV/kart.

Do I need to have racing experience?

Experience will certainly help but ultimately is not required. Our pit crew will help guide you through the session and get you to grips with how to handle a race car.

What if I don't enjoy video games?

Not a problem! This isn’t a video game. Although we use some similar technology this is race simulation. The software is actually designed to mimic the way these cars drive and handle in the real world on a real track. 

With the VR headsets we are able to put you right into the driver’s seat of cars that everyday people don’t have access to.

About the Racing

How much does it cost?

This depends on how long you want to race for. To see full details on pricing options please visit our Booking page.

How long can I race for?

This depends entirely on your ability and where experience will be a factor. The more experience you have had with racing or simulators the longer you will be able to race. However, unless we have a booking or an event you can race for as much time as you would like to pay for.

How much time do I need?

A number of factors will dictate this including group size, how many breaks taken, questions, etc. For a 30 minute Intro Package you can expect for it to take up to 35 minutes, this includes our 2 minute tutorial. Return customers will only need to watch the tutorial again if they bring in new drivers.

Larger groups coming in for an hour can usually expect to be in the venue approximately 1 and half hours. 

Do I have to race with others?

The short answer is not unless you want to. A lot of people will come in with friends and/or family to race with, but for anyone who comes in solo we have a great community and it is up to you if you want to drive solo or ask if others want to race with you.

What cars can I race?

We have a large catalogue of different car classes including GT3, Formula 1, GT Endurance, Touring, NASCAR, and Indy Car. Within each class we have dozens of cars to choose from. 

With your first visit with us we will put you into a car you can be successful in.

Touring Cars:

  • GT3: Aston Martin Vantage, Audi R8, Bentley Continental, BMW M6, Chevrolet Corvette C7, Ferrari 488, McLaren 650s/720s, Mercedes AMG GTR,
  • Porsche 911, Radical RXC
  • GT4: Alpine A110 
  • GTE: Aston Martin Vantage, BMW M8, Corvette C7R, Porsche 911
  • BTCC: Ford Focus, MG6 GT, Mercedes A45, Vauxhall Astra, Subaru Levorg

Open Wheel Cars:

  • Formula 1 (2023, 2022, 1975, 1993, 1998, 2012) 
  • Formula Pro Mazda (Tatuus PM-18)
  • Formula BMW
  • Formula 3
  • Indycar 2020

Street Cars:

  • Chevrolet Corvette C6
  • Datsun 240z GTS 1973
  • Honda Civic Type-R EK9
  • Honda NSX-R
  • Honda S2000
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (Nismo/MINES) 
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R R32
  • Nissan Silvia S15 (Drift Car)
  • Porsche 911 RSR 1973

Prototype Cars:

  • Group C  1991 (Mazda 787b, Sauber Mercedes C9, Porsche 962)
  • Oreca LMP2

Other Cars:

  • Karts (20hp/40hp/Shifter Superkart)
  • Lada VFTS (Rally)
  • Peugeot 207 s2000 (Rally Car)

What tracks can I race?

Our catalogue of tracks has real world tracks from all around the world. To continue to improve our customer experience we add and test new tracks monthly. Here's a some of our most popular tracks:

Road Courses:

  • Baku City Circuit
  • Bathurst Mount Panorama
  • Bahrain
  • Brands Hatch
  • Barcelona GP (Circuit de Catalunya)
  • Castrol Raceway
  • Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
  • COTA (Circuit of the Americas)
  • Daytona International Speedway 
  • Dijon Prenois
  • Donington Park
  • Fuji
  • Hockenheimring
  • Hungaroring
  • Imola
  • Indianapolis
  • Interlagos (Brazil GP)
  • Istanbul Park
  • Laguna Seca
  • Le Mans
  • Lime Rock Park
  • Mexico GP (Circuito Hermanos Rodriguez)
  • Monaco (1966)
  • Mont-Tremblant 
  • Montreal GP (Circuit Gilles Villenueve)
  • Monza
  • Melbourne GP (Albert Park)
  • Mugello 
  • Nurbugring (GP and Nordschleife)
  • Norisring
  • Oulton Park
  • Paul Ricard
  • Portimao
  • Red Bull Ring
  • Road Atlanta
  • Road America
  • Sebring
  • Sonoma
  • Spa Francorchamps
  • Suzuka (Japan Grand Prix)
  • Tsukuba
  • Watkins Glen
  • Yas Marina Circuit 2020 (Abu Dhabi GP)


  • Bristol
  • Daytona
  • Dover
  • Indianapolis
  • Las Vegas
  • Talladega

What is a hotlap?

Every month our pit crew will choose a track and car combination to feature as part of our ‘hotlapping’ competition. A hotlap is when a driver tries to get the fastest lap possible in the feature car on the chosen track.

At TracksVR, we wrap each month of hotlapping with a month end race event where drivers will compete in one final race to claim first overall for the month. Throughout the month drivers will endeavor to set the best lap time they can in order to qualify for our month end race event.

Knowing is half the battle, and so we offer a comprehensive leaderboard with live analytics to help you and all other drivers track placement, the time to beat, and the telemetry to do that.

Check out our leaderboard to find out the monthly track/car and current results.