Buckle up. You're going for a ride. Race at speeds over 140 MPH on dirt, on the proving grounds for today's top professional drivers. Start out as a small town star and work your way up through the ranks to become a national legend.Read full description
Buckle up. You're going for a ride. Race at speeds over 140 MPH on dirt, on the proving grounds for today's top professional drivers. Shoulder to shoulder sprint car racing makes for spectacular crashes, and white-knuckle driving. Start out as a small town star and work your way up through the ranks to become a national legend.
Race as Tony Stewart's #20 Winged Sprint Car.
Compete on over 20 tracks including Eldora, Dodge City, Williams Grove and world-famous Knoxville Raceway.
Push your driving abilities to the limit behind the wheel of Midgets, Open-wheeled Modifieds and Winged Sprint Cars.
Are you the best? Compare your fastest times against racers from around the world in Time Trial mode.
You're a racing team owner, hiring drivers, signing sponsors, and buying, tuning and improving cars in the extensive Career mode.
Sprint to unlock 6 never-before-raced vehicles like dune buggies, golf carts and pickup trucks!
Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville is incredibly average and safe arcade dirt racing game. There is nothing breathtaking or revolutionary about it. While it is hard to bash this game for graphics and sound, since it's almost ten years old, everything else is bad though. Gameplay is the same and nothing changes, there is no gameplay variation of any kind other than skin swaps of cars and texture change for tracks. Game is also extremely buggy and it crashes just as bad as any other extremely low budget game of this age. Overall, if you really starving for dirt racing, go for DiRT instead, even if you already played it, since here is nothing new or interesting to see.
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