Racing video game

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Fonz is an example of a racing game.

A racing game is a video game genre which involves competing in races. The object of the game is to be the first racer to compete in a arena in the shortest time. They may be based on anything from real-world racing leagues to entirely fantastical settings, and feature any type of land, air, or sea vehicles.

Simulation-style racing games[change | edit source]

Semi-simulation-style racing games[change | edit source]

Arcade-style racing games[change | edit source]

Street racing games[change | edit source]

Event racing[change | edit source]

Monster truck racing games[change | edit source]

Truck racing games[change | edit source]

Motorcycle racing games[change | edit source]

Kart racing games[change | edit source]

Jetski racing games[change | edit source]

Speedboat racing games[change | edit source]

Off-road racing games[change | edit source]

Stunt racing[change | edit source]

Racing role playing games[change | edit source]

Mission-based racing games[change | edit source]