For the first time in the history of Papyrus racing titles, race against a field of forty-two NASCAR(r) Winston Cup drivers featured in NASCAR(r) Racing 2002 Season. In addition, all new driving lessons, including optimum driving lines that change color to show the best braking and acceleration areas, and track tutorials narrated by 3-time Winston Cup Champion Darrell Walltrip, provide novice and seasoned drivers the most accessible and unique driving experience available.
Continuing to capture the realism of NASCAR(r) Racing, NASCAR(r) Racing 2002 Season will include the latest 2002 paint schemes and every Winston Cup
track, including Chicagoland Speedway and Kansas Speedway . Additionally, a new sound engine, higher resolution textures, and a replay editor that can be used by the online community to edit and post their favorite racing moments, add more impressive features to this latest driving simulation.
Sierra let us know that a copy is racing its way over to us.. so stay TUNED!
The NASCAR Licensing and Retail Development team that is based in Charlotte, NC, is committed to creating retail programs that provide value to NASCAR
sponsors, promotional partners, licensees as well as drivers, teams and tracks. Under the direction of vice president of strategic marketing and licensing, Steve Boguski, and managing director Dee Scott, the department researches new categories, licenses qualified companies, handles quality control, and develops retail partnerships in an effort to drive sales of NASCAR-licensed product. NASCAR supports its line of licensed products through an integrated marketing strategy including annual trade advertising, a comprehensive retail guide, trade show exhibits, a quarterly newsletter and a dedicated web presence on NASCAR.com.