Final Stretch

Moby ID: 65137


Based on the 1993 Formula One Season, Final Stretch features a GP, 1P VS 2P, and Time Attack modes. In GP mode the player can choose either beginner or expert which have many differences.

At beginner any team can be chosen and the player will start all races without having to qualify. There's no machine setting, and one other difference is that during the actual race the vehicles do not collide with each other. In the expert one, there's the qualifying session consisting of nine laps. It is also possible to save data, among other differences.

Only a single player is allowed to compete in the GP mode, and the screen is always split. The bottom screen shows the car in the typical chase view while the top can show up to five different views.

Just like Redline: F1 Racer, the game was supervised by the Japanese driver Aguri Suzuki.


  • ファイナル・ストレッチ - Japanese spelling

Groups +


Credits (SNES version)

24 People (15 developers, 9 thanks)

  • Genki Co. Ltd
Main Programmer
Co Programmer
Graphic Designer
Special Thanks To
Executive Producer
Managing Director
Technical Adviser
Sound by
Special Thanks To



Average score: 3.2 out of 5 (based on 1 ratings with 0 reviews)

Be the first to review this game!

Related Games

Stretch Arcade
Released 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Stretch Panic
Released 2001 on PlayStation 2
Double Stretch
Released 2018 on Windows
Stretch Dungeon
Released 2016 on Android, iPad, iPhone
Final Star Force
Released 1992 on Arcade
Final Stretch: Horse Racing Sim
Released 2003 on Windows, 2005 on Macintosh
Final Blow
Released 1990 on Genesis, 1991 on Amiga, Atari ST...
Winning Post 2: Final '97
Released 1997 on SEGA Saturn, PlayStation

Related Sites +

Identifiers +

  • MobyGames ID: 65137


Are you familiar with this game? Help document and preserve this entry in video game history!

Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Rik Hideto.

Additional contributors: Victor Vance.

Game added April 21st, 2014. Last modified August 9th, 2023.