The career mode enables the player to almost have a real Sprint Car racing experience. Starting with one car and little money the driver has to race at the available distance tracks (Track they can afford to travel too) to unlock other tracks. While also entering as many races in the local, regional, World of Outlaws (WoO) support-class and the World of Outlaw races themselves.
As money is accumulated, new items can be added to the car you have to upgrade it's horsepower and handling. When enough money is accumulated another car with better handling and horsepower can be purchased. You can choose to sell any car or hold on too several cars at one time. You also have the option to repair damage that typically takes place on a race weekend. As little as $5 dollar fixes to as high as several hundred dollar repairs. Depending upon the nature of the damage sustained from the race weekend.
Entering the higher end races (WoO Support, WoO) will require better cars to be able to compete, so winning at the local and regional level is very critical to overall success. Doing well in the lower series will help you earn sponsorship that can help you make the necessary upgrades.
Notable tracks in the game
The Tracks in the game include famous dirt tracks from across the country. Tracks such as Eldora, Williams Grove Speedway, Terre Haute, Husets, Silver Dollar, Knoxville, Bloomington, Lernerville Speedway, and Bristol.
List of WOO drivers in the game
The Drivers include: Steve Kinser, Mark Kinser, Sammy Swindell, Danny Lasoski, Dale Blaney, Tyler Walker, Jason Meyers, Brad Furr, Joey Saldana, Craig Dollansky, Greg Hodnett, Brooke Tatnell, Daryn Pittman, Jeff Sheppard, Brian Paulus, Kevin Gobrecht, Stevie Smith, Danny Wood, Jac Haudenschild, and Andy Hillenburg.