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Main menu for BENC - note settings box
Car selection 1
Car selection 2
Car selection 3
Typical start screen for a race
Cockpit view, with infobox. The game includes Buicks, Oldsmobiles and Mercurys, because they all were a part of NASCAR in 1991.
Bill Elliott's car again - notice lack of Coors beer branding.
Example of how the game shows that cars are colliding on-track (non-realistic).
Replay example of a typical two-car crash. Player's car is blue, gray and white.
Another look at the VCR functions
The crash again - note that this VCR view only allows for 3D polygons.
Example of what a crash looks like from a competitor's viewpoint. There are only about six different bitmaps: front, back, side-front, side-back and side, so watching a car spin is not realistic.
Screen showing we've crashed - oh damn.
Race results screen. Note Bill Elliott is the only real driver.
Typical screen if Bill Elliott wins the race. If you win, you get a different screen. If a fictional driver wins the race, no screen appears.
Main menu (EGA)
Main menu (CGA)
Main select screen
Select an official NASCAR track single race or try a Championship Season
Select your stock car
Driver's license using your own name
Practice Mode options
Bill Elliott help you with good tips in Practice Mode
Daytona track details
Qualifying Results with you and more fifteen drivers
Choose between five different adjustments to your stock car
Drivers, start your engines
Prepare to left turn
Left turn on 31 degree banking in Daytona track
Going to the Pit Stop
Choose between seven different maintenance and watch as your pit crew scrambles to save seconds
Race Results screen
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