Monster Truck and Dodge Viper Simulator
- 2018 RAM Heavy Duty Laramie Limited
- 565 cubic inch supercharged HEMI engine
- Automatic transmission
- Custom made tubular racing chassis, built by Hall Brothers Racing
- Specially constructed racing axles equipped with Detroit Locker
- 8 KS Nitro gas shocks and 4-link suspension
- 66” x 43” x 25” Firestone tires, custom grooved for racing
- Weight: 10,300 lbs. Height: 10 feet Width: 12.5 feet Value: $300,000
- Sponsored by RAM Trucks, Hotsy Pressure Washers, Mopar, Firestone Tires, Bosch Power Tools, Mossy Oak, Rislone, Bell Helmets, Jet Hot High-Performance Coatings, G & G Machine Shop, Clark Copper Head Gaskets and Optima Batteries
- Monster Truck Racing Association (MTRA) Certified
- Built by: Hall Brothers Racing, Inc., Champaign, IL
- Driven By: Mark Hall, 8-time MTRA “Driver of the Year” and 2004 “Favorite Driver
- 2015 Monster Nationals Champion
- 2014 Monster Truck Thunder Drags National Champion
- 10-Time MTRA “Truck of the Year”
Dodge Viper Simulator Fact Sheet
The Dodge Viper thrill ride simulator is unlike any other and attendees at the 2018 St. Louis Auto Show will have the chance to experience the legendary sports car firsthand.
Participants can sit in it and drive an actual 645-horsepower V-10 Dodge Viper using the vehicle’s pedals and steering wheel to race a three-lap or five minute race around a fantasy track.
Riders experience the full motions of the vehicle depending on the action depicted on three spanned panoramic displays:
- rolling side to side
- pitching forward and back
- heaving up and down
The vehicle also simulates road texture, collisions, engine vibrations and even tire punctures via electric actuators placed carefully where the Viper’s sports suspension would be, allowing the driver to be completely submerged into any race track around the world.
All of the functionality of the vehicle remains, including its 6-speed shifter, a working cluster and a premium sound system that plays the sound inside the vehicle.
The Dodge Viper simulator is located in the Dodge display at the 2018 St. Louis Auto Show and is free to attendees.