NASCAR 09 Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:Capture NASCAR's most sought-after title in NASCAR 09! The all-new Sprint for the Cup Career Mode highlights the 2009 version of the world's most popular auto-racing circuit. Join coverboy Jeff Gordon in an all-out race for the checkered flag. Two handling settings let you race according to your skill level. Normal offers a little more control, while Pro throws you out there on your own against NASCAR's best. Beyond Career Mode, challenge yourself to Quick Races, online matchups, or quick-hit contests in the Sprint Driver Challenge. All the while, keep an eye on your reputation - it'll effect how other drivers respond to you on the track.
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    Blair Herter travels to Nashville to talk EA's racer NASCAR 09 with real NASCAR pros like Jeff Gordon.

    Posted: May 30, 2008 | 6,323 Views | 02:04 | 6 Comments

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    Posted: June 17, 2008

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