Lets Go Racing!
The player is put behind the wheel of a stock car (known as the Hornet, where the car has a lot of similarities with the NASCAR Chevrolet Lumina), with the choice of three tracks as well as an automatic or manual transmission.
- 8 Player
On the Advanced Circuit, turning around and driving up the slope to the right of the track leads to an enclosed area with a sign reading "Congratulations. You just lost your sponsors!".
Daytona USA offers multiplayer and introduced the possibility of linking four twin cabinets or eight deluxe cabinets to create an eight-player competition. Linked deluxe cabinets may also include a camera pointing towards the drivers seat, linked to a closed-circuit television to show the player on a separate screen.
How to Play
The player's objectives are to outrun the competing cars, and complete the race before time runs out.