Daytona USA

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.

  • 1994
  • Sega
  • 8 Players
  • Racing
  • Available At
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.

Once inside all arcade games are Free to Play!

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