A Quality NASCAR Video Game Is Important For Future Fans

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Start From The Bottom

Starting from a grassroots series and climbing up the competition ladder was one of the reasons games like NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona (Infogrames, November 2002) so great. EA Sports included this with their lineup from 2004 to their final release in 2008.

By adding a career mode where the player starts out in a feeder series (i.e. K&N Pro Series, Whelen Modified Series, etc.) and moves up through the Camping World Truck Series and the Xfinity Series, a level a realism will then be added and in turn, it would be easier for a player to become immersed in the game. Other ideas for a beginning on career mode could be taken from the popular Sprint Cars video games from PlayStation 2, only using the NASCAR Home Tracks program. Just start the player in a grassroots division like Super Stocks and go from there.