GTPlanet, this thread concerns little-known racing games. They may either be little-known to your area, or little-known games from just about anywhere. In an effort to try to chat about such games, I want to offer this thread to talk about little-known racing games from the past and perhaps now. Perhaps since there's very little info on such games, I want to try to get discussions going on exactly what these games had to offer and maybe why they were so unknown to most people. The criteria for what's acceptable is that the game has to have been released. Racing games that were cancelled and was never released don't count. My inspiration for this thread involves one game and one series. First, the game. I had "Le Mans 24" in mind for this thread. I want to advise something. I am NOT talking about the classic "Le Mans 24 Hours" game on the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2. But I'm talking about Sega's arcade game, Le Mans 24. Released in about 1997 (a year after my all-time favorite arcade racer- Super GT (or SCUD (Super Car Ultimate Drive) Race)), this game featured a dumbed-down and arcadish version of le Circuit de la Sarthe. You could take on the 24-hour challenge (which lasts more than five minutes) in which you actually note times changing. There were six cars you could choose from: * Mercedes-Sauber C9 * Mobil 1 Porsche 911 GT1 * Gulf McLaren F1 GTR (kind of like the one in Super GT/SCUD Race) * Clarion Nissan Skyline LM * Ferrari F40 * Mazda 787B There were three tracks. Two of them were Le Mans, while the other track is an expert-level street course. What concerns me so much was that this game hasn't had anything in the way of pictures or videos or anything. I have never been able to find a Le Mans 24 unit at any arcade area. It's just so forgotten to me. I think it's sad to me. Sad that a game like this has very little information on it and very little in the way of any real experience. Don't really care if it was a good or a bad game. It just saddens me that this game never really had a lot of attention to it or hype. Sega Super GT and Daytona USA are NOT forgotten games. More people like Daytona USA more than Super GT (though I tend to differ), but at least people recall these games and know what the experience is like. I SURELY do, especially with Sega Super GT. Now for the series. [email protected] Race Pro is a series I've seen in pictures, but know very little about. There was an odd demo of this game I downloaded once, but it never loaded. So I'm left with a game that I have no idea as to how good it is or how it plays. Truly qualifies as a forgotten racing game for me. Anyone else care to share any little-known/forgotten racing games? Maybe you played a racing game few people know about. Maybe you played a racing game that was never available for home, but was an arcade title. Maybe a racing game was so forgotten because it wasn't very good or didn't sell well. I'd appreciate you offer some background and insight on what some of these forgotten games had to offer and what they were like for those who never got to play these games. Maybe a forgotten racing game is completely underrated. So feel free to offer any racing games you think are little-known or forgotten.