Thank you for visiting my shop.
My name is Simon Richard Maltby, I own and run Sim Racing Machines from a small office located in rural UK on the Somerset levels.
The office is an outbuilding at my home which used to be a cow shed. It is now half office space and half workshop.
SRM was started in 2014 and has built a great reputation in the sim racing community.
I run the business myself and do not have any employees, I do everything from design, manufacture to shipping. This allows me to keep high standards and full control over everything. I have no plans to become a big business, I enjoy what I do and just want to keep offering great products and support.
The advantage for my customers of me being a one-man business, is that you get a personal service from a fellow sim racer. I treat people the way I would like to be treated myself. The downside it that sometimes I can get very busy and struggle to keep up. It also means that when I take a holiday there is no support available.
The office is packed with stock. I hate being out of stock, so invest in enough materials and parts to try and hold stock on the shelf.
I have various machines in the workshop including a CNC machine, 1950's lathe and a few 3D printers. I use the machinery for a few parts and prototypes but most of my parts are designed, by me using Fusion 360 and Eagle, before getting them made by a collection of manufacturers. I have worked very hard to build up a list of suppliers that give the best quality parts.
Although sim racing equipment is not the most environmentally friendly, I do try to do my bit where I can.
Where possible I use recyclable packaging. Many products are supplied in a tin that can be reused. I only use paper packaging tape with natural glue. The office has solar panels which produce enough power to run the day-to-day work and workshop. I also reuse and recycle packaging that I receive.
I would love to welcome you as a customer. Please browse the shop and ask if you need any help
Thank you for visiting my Shop.
I am currently away for a few days so no orders will ship until Friday 21st January 2022. I am sorry for the delay to anyone that has already ordered, but this was an unexpected few days.
The shop will also be closed for a longer holiday from Friday 28th January through to Monday 14th February 2022. During this time you can place an order but it will not be looed at until the 14th February.
I will be difficult to contact during this holiday as well i'm afraid, so please do not expect support or questions to be answered quickly.
Sorry for any inconvience this causes.