Stock and F1 racing game; well done
Speed Haste is a budget racer, that, for added effect, combines two types of racing disciplines: on one had it offers you racing of F1 cars, and on the other it offers you stock car racing. The races can be played both from a first person perspective, from the cockpit/interior of the vehicle, or you can play them as classic third person, from behind of the car perspective. Either way, this 97 release looks good enough, with enough detail for the cars and the tracks, but don't expect the game to go beyond the most simple of arcade ideas. Also, you might like the fact that the vehicles do indeed behave somewhat differently, though even between the F1 cars and the stock cars there are similarities. But, nevertheless, Speed Haste is a fun, if not too serious racer, and you can play it in multiplayer mode too, either in split screen mode or over an IPX (emulated, today) network. It sure could have been better, with a better AI and a better array of vehicles, but as it is it's good enough. Alternatively, download Sega Rally, a racer that is so good, you can hardly find any faults with it, even today.