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N1 is a simulation of the 1994 NASCAR Winston Cup. It featured a selection of chassis and engines, nine tracks, and had an official addon with seven more

Released: 1994
Profile Updated: Mar 19, 2024
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NASCAR Racing, followed up two years later by its sequel, NASCAR Racing 2, is a 1994 racing video game by Papyrus Design Group.

The game simulated the 1994 NASCAR Winston Cup. It featured many drivers, Gen-4 chassis (Ford Thunderbird, Chevy Lumina, Pontiac Grand Prix) and both Hoosier and Goodyear tires.

Nine tracks were included that could be raced individually or as part of a championship season. A subsequent expansion pack added a further seven tracks, but neither Daytona or Indianapolis were ever released.


NASCAR Racing was released for PC on 3.5″ Floppy with a separate addon pack, CD-ROM combined in various versions, and also as hardware accelerated builds for Matrox Millennium, NVIDIA NV1 and 3D Blaster VL Bus graphics cards. It was also bundled with a lot of early hardware including wheels, pedals and gamepads.

The Mac version, released in 1996 for Power PC Macs, included an updated 1996 carset as well as a number of other exclusive features such as voice commands, replay export to Quicktime MP4 and an uncapped framerate.

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