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Game Description:Join two-time champion Tony Stewart as you make your way through the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series in the most realistic NASCAR game yet! Join the team as a hotshot young rookie driver. Work through the circuit as you develop the racing skills you need to gain licenses and earn contracts from power-hungry owners and unlock legendary cars from NASCAR's most important champions. Use over 40 different tuning options and the money you earn from your races to make your car the fastest on the track, and then use your skills to get the most out of it. Once you've got that perfect car, take it online and share it with the world - or race it against others in full online competitions.
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