Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing, which arrived last week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, is available now on Steam for $29.99.

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.


  • 3 Racing Series: Race everything from TQ Midgets to the insanely powerful 900 HP 410 Winged Sprint Cars.
  • Deep Career: 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.
  • 25-Player Online Multiplayer: Challenge up to 24 of your friends and compete with them in weekly tournaments.
  • Split Screen: Race head-to-head with friends in 2-player Split Screen.
  • 24 Dirt Tracks: Compete in events across the country, from small town rural tracks to elite stadiums.
  • Personalize Your Experience: 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.

Also of note, Monster Games has submitted a new patch for Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing, which is scheduled to release mid to late next week. Check out the patch notes below.

  • Various fixes for online multiplayer to make the experience more enjoyable.
  • A preventative measure to help dissuade wall-riding. Note that all Leaderboard lap times will be RESET when the update is published.
  • A fix that restores the laps “taken away” during yellow flags.
  • Various other bug fixes and overall improvements.

Fans waiting to purchase the game in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and South Africa will have to wait until mid-March, at the latest. An exact date has not been confirmed. The game is still scheduled to launch on the PlayStation Store in Canada on Tuesday, February 25.

If you missed our Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing review, make sure to read it here.

From veterans to newcomers, the game is accessible and can be modified for people of all skill levels. TSSCR does an admirable job of blending the world of arcade and authenticity together, and if you listen to media reports, it sounds like there is a lot more planned for the game through patches and DLC.

I not only welcome the world of sprint car racing back into the racing genre, but I champion it. I understand that iRacing provides dirt racing on multiple levels, but for many, iRacing is just not an option. Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing provides a lot of quality racing, modes and options for those who love the sport and for those who are just mildly interested.