NASCAR Heat offers a brutally honest driving experience, but with simplistic damage modeling. That's too bad, because NASCAR Heat clearly had the potential to provide the most lifelike stock-car racing experience available. NASCAR Heat doesn't offer nearly the assortment of drivers that Papyrus' NASCAR Racing 3 offers - only 26 drivers signed on the dotted line to be featured in the game, so when you're facing a 43-car field, you'll see a lot of fictional names at the bottom of the pack. And apparently there was a bit of a problem regarding licensing from sponsors: Rusty Wallace and Dale Earnhardt's cars are emblazoned with their names rather than Miller Lite and Budweiser logos respectively (users have already created accurate cars with the game's built-in paint kit, however). Thankfully, just about every track on the Winston Cup.
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