Final Stretch (video game)
Cover art featuring Footwork Mugen Honda
|Publisher(s)||LOZC G. Amusements|
The game was supervised by Aguri Suzuki and can be considered as the sequel to Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving. It features a DSP-1 chip. In single-player mode, there is a split screen and the player is given five views to choose from (top view, side view, turn view, camera view and back view), while controlling the car in the typical chase view. There are up to five laps on a given race and speeds can reach an average of 328 kilometres per hour (204 mph).
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- Soundtrack information at SNES Music
- Japanese title at super-famicom.jp (in Japanese)
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