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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Video - Career Mode Gameplay

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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing

Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Video - Career Mode Gameplay

Jeff Favignano has posted some new gameplay footage from Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing, as he races through career mode.

Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing will be available for digital download on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this Friday, February 14 as well as Steam on February 21.

  • 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.
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  1. I know its a console game and 30 bucks, but man these car models make me angry. Glad they are attempting it, and hopefully it will grow, but get that RR out there (and stagger)
    Yeah, the car models drive me nuts. Stagger looks completely off, the wings are too small, the tires look too fat (like it's an ATV or something). I don't know...it looks like it's fun to drive, though, so here's hoping!
    kneebon5
    I know its a console game and 30 bucks, but man these car models make me angry. Glad they are attempting it, and hopefully it will grow, but get that RR out there (and stagger)

    Are those pictures of the 305 or the T.Q.'s? T.Q.'s don't have the massive right rear like the full size Sprints do. Pretty sure top pic is the T.Q., not sure about bottom.
    Either way I'll be picking this up as soon as it drops on PS4. Sure it'll probably be a lackluster first effort but I'll gladly support someone taking a chance on this genre. Pretty sure last Sprint Car Racing game was Ratbags over 2 decades ago. Plus it's only $29.99, so they aren't selling it at full game price.
    Jeffrey99
    Are those pictures of the 305 or the T.Q.'s? T.Q.'s don't have the massive right rear like the full size Sprints do. Pretty sure top pic is the T.Q., not sure about bottom.
    Either way I'll be picking this up as soon as it drops on PS4. Sure it'll probably be a lackluster first effort but I'll gladly support someone taking a chance on this genre. Pretty sure last Sprint Car Racing game was Ratbags over 2 decades ago. Plus it's only $29.99, so they aren't selling it at full game price.

    Top photo is TQ midget from game. Bottom I think is iRacing (not sure if TQ midget or 305). Here is a real life photo of TQ midgets as a comparison:
    sikolec
    Top photo is TQ midget from game. Bottom I think is iRacing (not sure if TQ midget or 305). Here is a real life photo of TQ midgets as a comparison:

    You are correct, bottom photos is iRacing. Didn't notice the steering wheel popup. Believe it's their full size midget.
    We actually ran a TQ for a year. In the same series that will be in the game, before Stewart bought it, it was UMRA King of the TQ's.
    either way, the RR has no offset, and appears to have even less stagger than the left side. That along with the mario kart ride heights just has me cringing. These are basic things, like the sprint wing. Just appears to be phone app models. Hopefully it sells well, and people have fun, but this just appears to be another cash grab game like everything has been after Ratbag games ended. If they are in it for the long haul awesome, but if you cant get basic things like RR offset and a full size wing, to me it looks like they bought some cheap models and got a big name to make a quick buck and vanish.
    The dirt community has been burnt by these one off games too many times, just have a hard time trusting anything that looks like this.
    kneebon5

    The dirt community has been burnt by these one off games too many times, just have a hard time trusting anything that looks like this.

    What dirt racing games were they burnt by? And when were they last released?
    It's funny people complain there are never any dirt racing games. Someone (who's done Nascar Heat 1,2,3,4) takes a chance and people still complain about it before its even released.
    Is it gonna be perfect? Absolutely not. Could it be better? Absolutely. But it's a dirt sprint car game. As far as I know the first one released in the last two decades.
    Frankly the videos that Jeff posted look fun as hell, especially the 410's. So I'll support any company that takes the chance on supporting a niche genre that I love.
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    The last world of outlaws game was pretty bad. The PS3/X360 game.
    I mean I looked at pictures of the TQ midgets online. I couldn’t see a good shot of the right rear or behind but they didn’t look terribly off. They might have different rules so that they don’t have as much stagger as what iRacing has, which are based on USAC midgets I think.
    Regardless this company probably doesn’t have near the budget as iRacing. I don’t think they are marketing this as the ultimate simulation to take away from iRacing. It’s for the more casual market and it looks like to me that they have a decent first effort.
    Jeffrey99
    What dirt racing games were they burnt by? And when were they last released?

    The last one I tried was "Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville" on Steam (looks like that was 2006), and it was a disaster. Sound didn't even work. Other budget dirt titles have come and gone (there was an Outlaws game on 360 (2010) that was trash compared to the earlier Ratbag games).
    I think this will be much better than those, just based on Favignano's videos so far. They at least look fun to drive, and like they're predictable enough to be semi-believable.
    But the car models are just flat out bad.
    I personally think it's very cool to see all of the guys on here who know enough about dirt track racing that they pick out visual inaccuracies with the cars. Great to see that audience tuned in! Personally, we haven't had a fun to drive dirt track game in a long time and if I can get into a car, not have the game crash, have fun sliding around I'm getting $30 of value here. Question, I hope our friends at OS have a review of the game that's coming! These vids have been outstanding
    PackerScooter
    I personally think it's very cool to see all of the guys on here who know enough about dirt track racing that they pick out visual inaccuracies with the cars. Great to see that audience tuned in! Personally, we haven't had a fun to drive dirt track game in a long time and if I can get into a car, not have the game crash, have fun sliding around I'm getting $30 of value here. Question, I hope our friends at OS have a review of the game that's coming! These vids have been outstanding

    Agree 100%
    I don’t know enough to spot what’s been spotted here but love the look of the game and hope I can find a difficulty to present a challenge but win now and then.
    The customisation options seem easy enough to whack a few things on to make it your own but I know people will want deeper options in future.
    Overall looks fun and I can’t wait to pick it up tomorrow

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