Perfect Pedal

Give your G25/G27 a Real Brake!


Meet the Developers Gary & Mike

The team that developed the Perfect Pedal has a total of more than 55 years of real world motor racing experience and more than 40 years of experience designing and building electro-hydraulic systems, giving them the passion and ideal mix of experience to develop the Perfect Pedal, the world's only patent pending electro-hydraulic simulator brake pedal.

Gary Gibson

ary came up with Perfect Pedal concept and was the driving force behind its development. He has been racing real life motor vehicles for over 30-years. Gary started with motorcycle Road Racing and raced professionally for over 10-years. He also raced and won in the Rotax Max Karting series and in the IMSA Lites L1 class with CORE Motorsport. Gary is currently racing with APR ( in an Audi A4 in the Grand-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. He uses the Perfect Pedal in his simultor to learn the tracks and test with his teammate Josh Hurley. He is able to do a lot more testing and get to the tracks prepared to race without having to learn the turns and braking points.

When he is not racing he works at the manufacturing company that he owns. His company has been building its own electro hydraulic assembly machines for the last 20-years.

Mike Varacins

Mike is the lead test "driver" and lead mechanical engineer on the Perfect Pedal project. Mike has also been racing real life motor vehicles for over 25 years, starting with motocross and then racing many types of cars including Formula Vee, Spec Racer Ford and Formula Continental. In 2009 Mike won his last six races in a Formula Vee at the SCCA Nationals at Road America. Mike finished over 30-seconds in front of 2nd Place and credited his time on the simulator with Perfect Pedal. This win gave Mike the Championship. In 2010 Mike won 4 National races including the June Sprints at Road America and had the Pole for the National Run-offs.

Mike received his Mechanical Engineering Degree at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He was the lead engineer on the Lefty, an electronically controlled hydraulic shock absorber, when he worked at the Cannondale Bike Company. He currently works at the company owned by Gary Gibson, the inventor of the Perfect Pedal, designing, building and maintaining electro-hydraulic automatic assembly machines.

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