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Alpine Ski, released by Taito in 1981, was a winter sports game, a vertical-scrolling racing game that involved maneuvering a skier through a downhill ski course, a slalom racing course, and a ski jumping competition.
The most influential racing game was released in 1982: Pole Position, developed by Namco and published by Atari in North America.
The game was re-branded as Wheels by Midway Games for release in the United States and was influential on later racing games.
That same year, Atari released another early car driving game in the arcades, Gran Trak 10, which presented an overhead single-screen view of the track in low resolution white-on-black graphics.
In the same year, Atari produced Road Blasters, a driving game that also involved a bit of shooting.
The game offered an unofficial (and hence with no official team or driver names associated with the series) recreation of British Formula 3.
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The racing video game genre is the genre of video games, either in the first-person or third-person perspective, in which the player partakes in a racing competition with any type of land, water, air or space vehicles.
Also in 1986, Sega produced Out Run, one of the most graphically impressive games of its time.
It used two Motorola 68000 CPUs for its 2D sprite-based driving engine, and it became an instant classic that spawned many sequels.
Accurately replicating the 1989 Indianapolis 500 grid, it offered advanced 3D graphics for its time, setup options, car failures and handling.