If you're like me, you want your NASCAR sims to be as realistic as possible. After playing Sierra/Papyrus' NASCAR LEGENDS, I thought it was a good game that needed help to make it a great game. I was disappointed that there were not more "actual" race cars! Where were the rest of the 1970 tracks? What's the deal with the "politically correct" bogus names of some of the races?
there were very few add-ons and tweaks available on the web. So,
I went to work painting cars and stumbling through my first attempts at
modifying and renaming tracks to try to recreate the 1970 GRAND NATIONAL
season. Some of my hard work is available here. It might not
be the best you've seen, but I hope it's not the worst! Please help
yourself to these files!
Things to do in Smitty's Pit Stop:
Beef up your field with some actual cars - Cars Page
Be a man, get some real track & race logos - Logos Page
Add some other 1970 season tracks - Tracks Page
Run the real 1970 Grand National season - Calendar Page
Surf to other NASCAR LEGENDS pages - Legend Links
Check out photos of NASCAR LEGENDS - Photo Gallery
Originating from the palatial "WORLD HEADQUARTERS" of
S's Barbecue and Brain Surgery, Inc.
Located in scenic Terrell, NC!
This page has been visited times since 01/15/2000.
Disclaimer: Smitty's NASCAR LEGENDS Pit Stop is in no way associated with Sierra, Papyrus or the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), nor does Smitty's NASCAR LEGENDS Pit Stop pretend or aspire to be a legend in it's own time. Smitty's NASCAR LEGENDS Pit Stop does not practice or advocate piracy within the racing sim community. Smitty's NASCAR LEGENDS Pit Stop is not responsible for any malfunction of hardware or software by the use of any files that are downloaded from this site. Smitty's NASCAR LEGENDS Pit Stop wants you to say your prayers, brush your teeth and be a good sport, wherever you go. Lastly, but most importantly, don't you just hate lawyers?