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    Looking to take your F1 2017 Xbox experience a little further? Here are all the racing wheels you can use with the game.
    With F1 2017, developer Codemasters included enough hardware support to get as close to the action as you could ever imagine without leaving your house.
    Xbox One race fans are well looked after, with plenty of wheels, shifters, pedals and even the "Buttkicker," which will push all the feeling of the kerbs right through your derriere. Whether you have a wheel already or you're looking to pick one up, check out the list below to see what inputs F1 2017 supports.

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    08-25-2017 04:10 PM

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