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ICR is a simulation of the 1993 IndyCar Series. It featured a selection of chassis and engines, eight tracks, and had official addons with eight more tracks

Released: 1993
Profile Updated: Oct 20, 2023
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IndyCar Racing, followed up two years later by its sequel, IndyCar Racing II, is a racing video game by Papyrus Design Group. It was released in 1993.

The title released initially with the Newman-Haas Andretti car on the cover, but this was quickly replaced by Stefan Johansson. Amusingly, there are a few copies around with the Johansson car crudely glued onto the front of the box.

The game was intended as a realistic simulation of CART IndyCar Racing, later known as the Champ Car World Series. It featured many contemporary drivers, chassis and engines, and eight circuits which could be raced individually or as part of a championship season. Subsequent expansion packs added a further seven tracks and, later, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Running in Windows 10

This software runs without issue in DOSBOX (a DOS emulator).

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