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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.


Final Stretch SNES Title screen.
Final Stretch SNES Winning a Grand Prix.
Final Stretch SNES The top screen is showing the back view.
Final Stretch SNES Champion.

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Alternate Titles

  • "ファイナル・ストレッチ" -- Japanese spelling

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リカルド・フィリペ (163136) added Final Stretch (SNES) on Apr 18, 2014