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SCGT is a simulation of the 1999 United States Road Racing Championship. It includes a mixture of cars and tracks that were in the series that year, were planned for the future, or added for value once the USRRC folded mid-season

Released: 1999
Profile Updated: Oct 20, 2023
Sorting Tags: Downloads, Good simulations, PC, Software (by date), Software (by name), Sportscar GT, Image Space Inc., Westwood Studios.
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This was the first public simulator release from military simulation developer Image Space Incorporated, and was initially funded by Virgin Interactive with publishing assistance from Command & Conquer developer Westwood Studios. Prior to release Electronic Arts acquired both Virgin and Westwood, along with Sportscar GT.

Delays in release caused by the transition to EA gave ISI additional time to work on the product, which led to a number of unplanned features being implemented in the software. The delay also led to the open nature of the .ini files that gave an opportunity not only for last minute developer tweaking, but also for the sim racing community to create a wide array of mods upon release.

Fictional tracks:
Desert Speedway (most likely Las Vegas Motor Speedway clone)
North Point
Sardian Park

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