F1 2013 – Full Wheel Compatibility List Released

Codemasters have released the a list of all steering wheels that will be officially supported by their upcoming F1 2013 title.

The list of supported PC wheels leaves little to be desired as all major models from Fanatec, Thrustmaster & Logitech are supported alongside more professional gear such as the ECCI Trackstar 6000 and even the SimRaceWay SRW-S1 steering wheel.

PC Supported Wheels

  • Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel
  • Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback Wheel with Force Feedback
  • ECCI Trackstar 6000
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 Carrera
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS2
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S
  • Fanatec ClubSport
  • Fanatec CSR Elite
  • Fanatec ClubSport Pedals
  • Logitech Driving Force GT
  • Logitech Driving Force Pro
  • Logitech Formula Force EX/RX
  • Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
  • Logitech G27 Racing Wheel K
  • Logitech MOMO Racing Force (Racing)
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari 430 Force Feedback Racing Wheel
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari GT F430 Wireless Cockpit
  • Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Clutch Edition
  • Thrustmaster Universal Challenge 5-in-1 Racing Wheel
  • Thrustmaster T500RS Racing Wheel
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 wheel Integral T500
  • Logitech WingMan Formula Force GP Racing Wheel
  • Atomic Super Sport Evo Steering Wheel
  • Logic3 Tri Format Topdrive GT
  • Logic3 Tri Format Topdrive RF
  • SimRaceWay SRW-S1 Steering Wheel (NEW)
  • Atomic TVR Sagaris Sport Racing Steering Wheel

PlayStation 3 Supported Wheels

  • Atomic Super Sport
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS2
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S
  • Fanatec ClubSport (NEW)
  • Fanatec CSR Elite (NEW)
  • Logic 3 TopDrive GT
  • Logic 3 TopDrive RF
  • Logitech Driving Force
  • Logitech Driving Force EX/RX
  • Logitech Driving Force GT
  • Logitech Driving Force Pro
  • Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
  • Logitech G27 Racing Wheel
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari F430 Force Feedback
  • Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience
  • Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch
  • Thrustmaster T500RS Racing Wheel

Xbox 360 Supported Wheels

  • Microsoft 360 Wireless Racing Wheel
  • Logitech Drive FX Wheel
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2
  • Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S
  • Fanatec CSR Elite (NEW)
  • Joytech Nitro Racing Wheel
  • MadCatz Wireless Racing Wheel

For more on F1 2013, the different versions and content included, please check out this FAQ. F1 2013 is coming to the PC, Playstation 3 & Xbox 360 in early October.

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  • joe pineapples

    Right so that’s the wheel list sorted, now how about listing everything else new to 2013 (bug fixes, improvements etc), excluding the ‘classic’ stuff.

  • Anonymous

    Does it support multiple input devices?
    Like my CST pedals and a Bodnar SLI-M device.
    Just a steeringwheel would not be enough.

  • Peter Koch

    Now I only need some physics for my wheel.

  • Wesley Modderkolk

    They did :P

  • joe pineapples

    Got a link?

    ta

  • Jim. C

    No mention of the Fanatec CSR (yes I know the CSR Elite is on there).

  • Anonymous

    It’s the same as the Porsche 911 GT2 wheel as far as compatibility since they are basically the same wheel base

  • Marc Collins

    Yes, how many devices does it support???

  • Harry Tulloch

    lol who is rocking a Joytech Nitro Racing Wheel or Logic 3

  • Anonymous

    Not everyone is a serious sim racer or the parents figure these will keep the kid occupied for a bit and out of their hair without breaking the bank.

  • William David Marsh

    Well you can see that they support Clubsport Pedals, so I think it’s a minimum of 2. F1 2012 worked with Bodnar SLI, with T500RS/CSP combo on ISR, so I know it supports a minimum of 3 inputs. I think we’ll be fine :)

  • Anonymous

    I was never really tempted by the previous versions, also because of many issues and reactions i have been reading about the sim/game on several forums. Reading now here that the 2nd version is allready playable with more than one input device I guess it wont be a problem. By the way it beats me why somebody would give me a minus for a normal question. Probably some envy about my great simrig setup. ;)

  • Wesley Modderkolk

    It was a joke made on that they change very little between sequels as it usual.

    But on a more serious note, I dont really know what they changed compared to previous ones

  • Anonymous

    That’s true but I’m asking why even post about F1 games here, let alone who cares about the list of supported wheels on this site, it’s pure arcade game.

  • Anonymous

    Simlite!

  • Jim. C

    Of course, thanks.

  • Anonymous

    more likely that you have this great hardware but tempted to play this pile of crud for some reason – you’ll regret it I promise you :)

    Each to his own of course, just saying this is likely why someone downvoted.

  • Anonymous

    lol that was actually quite funny :)

  • Anonymous

    haha.. that’s a good one!

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