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Pick Up Truck Racing pits you against nine other racers over twelve different courses! Twist, weave, nudge and shove your way to the front of the track, scraping through really tight corners along the way! Use your winnings to upgrade your truck, giving you the edge to leave your opponents in the dust.
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Use Up Arrow Key to Accelerate, Down Arrow Key to Decelerate, and the Left and Right arrow keys to turn left and right.
Pickup truck racing is a form of auto racing which involves modified versions of pickup trucks on racing circuits, mostly oval tracks. Race pickup trucks are mechanically similar to coupe-shaped stock pickups, with the main difference being the more boxy shape of the cab, which does not give as good aerodynamics as stock cars. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series vehicles have been rapidly evolving since the inception of the series in 1995, in terms of speed, aerodynamics, and engine equipment. The NASCAR series was also the first to use this type of vehicle, unveiled in 1994.The racing is fast and furious and the racing Pickups have won the hearts of race fans and drivers alike. Several of the leading drivers consider the Pickup to be the finest racing machine to date to be created at SHP. They are a joy to drive and simply beg the driver to give the throttle a further prod to kick the back end out of line. Progressive power over steer and beautifully balanced handling makes the Pickup a racer to be enjoyed, whether you are at the front or back of the field. Some of the purist racing is found in Pickup Trucks. Door handle to door handle with no quarter asked or given, Pickup racing is frequently breath-taking and the sturdy Truck is a great racing machine.
There is a saying in America that goes along the lines of 'if you ain't rubbin', you ain't racin'. It was an expression that could have been coined for the Pickups. The sheer closeness of the racing ensures that the Trucks race mere inches apart, sometimes even closer, but this does not indicate poor driving standards. The pickup drivers have a mutual respect and they will give each other just enough room, but not an inch more than is absolutely necessary, of course!