Paperwork and Goodies
The manual is a very glossy fold out pamphlet that shows what all the buttons do by default and where the locations of all of the buttons are on the SRW-S1. This paperwork will get you familiarized with the buttons and where to start guessing for it, because during a race at near 200 MPH, who really has time to look at the wheel?
As far as a driver disc, or an included game disc, you won't find them in here. The instructions show that they decided to go with a more eco-friendly approach and show you where you can download the Simraceway game. It really isn't that hard at all, a small free download, some time to set up a free account and all the free gaming one can wish for to try out the SRW-S1 in its native environment.
The goodies consist of just this card, but what it offers is well worth the time to scratch off the layer covering the redemption code on the back. This card gives you $10 of credit in the game, or 1000 tokens. If you don't have this card, you have to earn said tokens in increments of 5's and 10's depending on your skills in the races. Having this card will allow you access to a few more cars to more fully enjoy what Simraceway offers as soon as you download the game and redeem the code.
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