Copyright/Publisher: Leisure Genius, Conceived & Produced by: Andrew Bradley,
Release Year: 1985, Genre: Formula One, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
The major innovation here, unsurprisingly, is the easy-to-use track designer.
With 16 types of straights, curves and chicanes, you can assemble some really neat
The two-player, split-screen racing is very similar to Pitstop II but not as enjoyable.
Unlike that game, colliding with kerbs causes minimal damage, only slowing you down.
The 3-D isn't as convincing either, though sound's not bad with some meaty engine noises.
Any link with the Scalextric licence is very tenuous, as this is nothing like slot-car