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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Launches on February 14 For Xbox One and Playstation 4 - Features, Trailer & Screenshots


Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing

Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Launches on February 14 For Xbox One and Playstation 4 - Features, Trailer & Screenshots

Tony Stewart, who was just recently inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, is getting into the video game industry.

Monster Games, the former developer of the NASCAR Heat series of video games, has announced a new partnership with Tony Stewart and All Star Enterprises, LLC to bring the thrill of sprint car racing to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 14.

Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing will be available for digital download on both platforms for $29.99, and will feature Tony Stewart, a 3 time NASCAR Cup Series Champion and 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee along with defending Series Champion Aaron Reutzel competing in the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Presented By Mobil 1.

“I’m really excited to partner with Monster Games on this opportunity. The team has done a great job of capturing the sport, and putting it in the hands of any fan who wants to pick up the game and have a lot of fun playing it,” said Tony Stewart, Owner of the All Star Circuit of Champions. “With the quick-hitting action of sprint car racing, the qualifying, the heat races, and all events leading to the A-main, it’s really the perfect experience for a video game and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

The game will feature 410 Winged Sprint Cars and TQ Midgets from the All Star Circuit of Champions, as well as 305 Wingless Sprint Cars. Career mode will allow fans to work their way up through the ranks of each series, racing on 24 unique dirt tracks along the way. Or, you can battle it out in the 25-player online races for a chance to take over the top spot on the leaderboards, and secure the ultimate bragging rights with your friends.

“We wanted to create something for our fans that was really unique, and after seeing the popularity of dirt racing in our previous games, the direction we wanted to go was pretty clear,” said Rich Garcia, President of Monster Games. “Nothing compares to the excitement level at the local dirt tracks on a Friday or Saturday night, and that’s what we really wanted to capture.”

Check out the Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing features and screenshots below.



The mud will fly as you hit the track in a dirt racing experience featuring all the drama of Saturday night short track racing. See if you have what it takes to qualify, and then race your way into the A-Main in a Quick Race, a Championship season, or head-to-head Split Screen action. When you’re ready, head on over to our 25-player Online Multiplayer. Or show what you’re made of as you make your way from an unknown driver to series champion in Career Mode.

Developed in collaboration with Sprint Car champion and NASCAR racing legend Tony Stewart, strap in for an authentic dirt track racing experience. Starting in the All Star TQ Midgets, work your way up to 410 Winged Sprint Cars in the All Star Circuit of Champions, both of which are owned by Tony, himself.


  • Race everything from TQ Midgets to the insanely powerful 900 HP 410 Winged Sprint Cars.


  • Challenge up to 24 of your friends and compete with them in weekly tournaments.


  • Sign contracts with sponsors and upgrade your cars and equipment as you progress from being a local unknown to showcasing your skills on the national stage.


  • Race head-to-head with friends in 2-player Split Screen.


  • Compete in events across the country, from small town rural tracks to elite stadiums.


  • Tune your car, adjust your driving experience, and customize your appearance.


  • The official game of Tony Stewart’s Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1.

For more information on Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing, head on over to the official website.


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  1. I'm excited, with some hesitation. I think the wings look weird (small), and the dirt racing in the recent NASCAR games wasn't anything I'd base a whole game around.
    But a new dirt game is a new dirt game, so I'm still excited for it ;)
    I will pick this up for sure.
    I wonder if any "real" tracks will be included ?
    I'm guessing Eldora being that the guy owns the track and fingers crossed that Knoxville would be in.
    Hey it's 29 bucks so we will see.
    I had a sprint car racing game for the PC back when I was running windows 98 and it was a blast. It was called Dirt Track Racing Sprint Cars I'm hoping this one will be as good.
    Just looked in the game closet still have it:
    Untitled by Joe D, on Flickr
    This has potential.  It's good to see an experienced game developer on board.  I had a spring car racing game for an older console and I absolutely loved it.  It's all about driveability of the cars for me, love to see OS with a review of this once they get to play it.  Only downside is Tony Stewart is an arrogant, self absorbed POS.  I wonder if there will be a code so TS can run someone over again.
    DTRSC is probably my most played racing game of all time. The funniest part to me is that I made a little bit of an "internet following" at the time with my online race team, 4 Abreast Racing (I went by 4AR_VaMp at the time...don't ask lol). We'd just show up to the rooms like the Outlaws and kick *** everywhere we went.
    Then I got into doing a bunch of skins for the cars. Did hundreds of recreations of real cars and fake ones.
    In 2001, I moved to Indianapolis to do some work for a startup Indy Lites team, and I got to meet a lot of the guys in the industry.
    Funniest part to me was when I was in one of the shops talking to the guys (this was when World of Outlaws Sprint Cars 2002 had just come out), when they found out my online name, they all did this whole "hey!!! This is that Vamp guy! Come here, boys!". And it was this bizarre starstruck-in-both directions moment.
    Did a bunch of custom skins for the guys, ended up in pit lane for a couple of Indy 500s.
    No idea why I'm putting that rambling story here, but yeah--DTRSC was one of my favorite memories of racing games in my entire life. :lol:
    Those were the good old days.
    DTR and the following ratbag games had a great online community.
    I got in with a good group of guys online and we played the heck out of all the ratbag games.
    Hard to believe that's been about 20 years ago.
    I echo the comments regarding the original DTRSC from Ratbag. That game just played like it was a labor of love by the developers. I recall replaying the wrecks over and laughing at the carnage. :-) I still have the game somewhere, but have never taken the time to emulate Wins 98 to try to play it again. I'm interested in this new one. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Knoxville is in it. Even if it isn't, the local split screen is a big plus for me, so I can dominate my kids at it. :waytogo:
    Based on this post from their Facebook page, there are no real tracks in the game:
    "The game will include 24 custom built dirt tracks at launch. They are all brand new for this game, and are specifically designed to provide the best sprint car racing experiences."
    That's a bit of a bummer...oh well, we'll see how the tracks shape up guess...
    The video was a great view of the game from the menu system to on track action.
    The guy did a decent job of showing us what we wanted to see.
    While there are no "real" tracks one of the tracks he runs in the video looks very similar to Knoxville.
    Video was great. Day one for me.
    Would like to know about car customisation... and dlc plans.... looks great though..

    I'd gladly pay for DLC. They already have Bristol Dirt, Charlotte, Las Vegas, and Eldora for NH.
    That video was really good. It may not be a super realistic sim but looks like it will be good enough for some relaxing fun. From the trailer it looked like the career mode will be immersive as well.
    Excited about the "showcase events" in career mode. Looks like they will have extra cars and all the way down to a D main. This will be reminiscent of some of the big events like the Knoxville Nationals or the Chili Bowl. I'll be interested to see if those "showcase events" are one night events or multi-day events like the two events I mentioned above.
    This news seemed to appear out of nowhere. This will be a day one for me. Wings look too small, but videos of gameplay seem promising. Hopefully this will do well and they will continue to expand on the title. I would love to see real tracks implemented.
    Being at Volusia Speedway last night, it would have made sense to hype the game. Last night was WoO, so they may have hyped it up the All Star sanctioned nights.
    Wow, never thought we'd get another console version of Outlaws or dirt track racing. Really hoping this works out well!
    Personally, I don't really care about the tracks, I just hope the racing feels good and career is decent. I played the heck out of the PS2 Sprint Cars game way back.
    I couldn't really get a good feel for the most recent Outlaws game on 360, so unless this turns out to be really terrible, I'll support it and give it a shot.

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