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Title Screen.
Character select. Here I'm thinking about this Ricky Bobby look-alike.
Sled select. This is one of the last ones you get.
Like most other racing games you can customize your sled to a certain point.
Aptly named Trojan Park in New York.
Following closely in the cockpit view in the replay.
Taking a look back in Trojan Park.
Blizzard conditions in Nova Scotia.
This weather makes landing even more of a guesswork at times.
Wyoming has some of the nicest scenery in the game.
Jackson Ridge also feels possibly the most spacious level.
There are shortcuts galore on most levels.
Looks like John Landis is piloting that helicopter.
An ice breaker boat idles in the water off the coast of Alaska.
Looks like Iceberg Alley consumed this boat a long time ago.
Who knew Oregon got such lousy weather?
Crater lake is a twisty turny compact level.
Bokujo Valley in Hokkaido offers a mix of open countryside,
and small streets to drive though.
Visible powder conditions and ice conditions affect the handling and speed of your sled.
Iron Mountain is another steep downhill/uphill race.
Low flying Blue Angels fly over Iron Mountain in Colorado.
Collect props points for rewards later.
Nevsy Project is one of the final levels of the game and finally offers an atmospheric setting.
The multi themed layout of St.Petersburg really gives this level a feeling much like an early Need For Speed game.
What's St. Petersburg without its infamous cathedral.
One elaborate shortcut here takes you to the sewers while another takes you through a shopping centre.
The replay shows you just how close those guys were.
Tundra Dome is the final level of the game and features lots of twisting ramps.
Tundra Dome in Minnesota is also sadly one of the least fun levels.