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Tony Stewart's All-American Racing Arrives on September 4 - Career Mode, New Physics Engine & More

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Tony Stewart's All-American Racing

Tony Stewart's All-American Racing Arrives on September 4 - Career Mode, New Physics Engine & More

Monster Games has just announced Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing, coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam on Friday, September 4 for $29.99.

Built in collaboration with 3 time NASCAR Cup Series Champion and 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee Tony Stewart, All-American Racing features an all new physics engine, with US Legend Cars, Street Stocks, and Big-Block Modifieds, all totally unique, with their own personalities on the track. 26 brand new dirt tracks will also be included.

For the first time, you’re in complete control of what you race and how you want to race it with a totally revamped Career Mode. Build your enterprise and become a racing mogul, as you expand your team across multiple series and build your organization into a racing empire.

You can hire different managers to make your business more effective, or hire hot seat drivers to race for you. It’s all about choice, and allowing each player to have their own unique experience. The 25 player online multiplayer has been improved, and Championship mode returns as well.

“Ever since our sprint and TQ midget game came out earlier this year, the biggest question I get is from fans wanting to know when we’re going to do more,” said Tony Stewart, 3 time NASCAR Cup Series Champion. “It’s more than just adding new cars. We really took the time to listen to the fan feedback and adapt the driving model to create a completely new experience. We think this could be one of the top dirt racing games released to date, and I’m excited to get it out to the fans this Friday.”

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  1. bry422
    Any idea if you can just do a "Race Now" or "Exhibition Race" rather than having to do Career Mode?

    In the first one you could so Id imagine yes.
    The DLC tracks were actually not available in career and only in race now/Exhibition
    I'm curious about the "new physics engine," for two reasons.
    One, this game probably needs it. The sprint cars in Smoke's sprint car game handled just like the late models in NASCAR Heat 4, the game engine upon which Smoke's sprint car game was built. Fun, but nowhere near realistic.
    Two, I don't trust 704 -- or whatever it's called these days -- for its dirt physics model.
    Man, I miss Ratbag, the creator of the incredible Dirt Car Racing PC game and World of Outlaws Sprint Car games on console and PC. Those guys had dirt racing NAILED.
    @pk500 I still to this day fire up Dirt Track Racing 2 from time to time. What I'd do to see what Ratbag could do with today's tech. They had a game that in my opinion, was easy for the beginner, but you could take off assists and it was pretty close to sim. Loved those old Ratbag games. I always wanted to play Leadfoot but never got my hands on it.
    I was just thinking I wanted another Saturday Night Speedway game! I'm not looking for much...hopefully it drives okay but I just want a decently compelling career mode. Love going to the local tracks.
    I've enjoyed the recent Sprint Car racing game...not as good as Ratbag's PS2, but good enough to scratch the itch for me.

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