The long awaited Sprint Car game from the creators of Dirt Trackin' is finally here!

With 410 Winged, Non-Winged, and Midget cars, you'll be sure to find all levels of competition.

6 Fictional tracks, covering different parts of the world.

Real World Drivers in all 3 classes.

Highly Competitive Multiplayer mode, race your friends, your foes, and see how you stack up against the best in the world!

Career Mode: Race your way from the United States to Australia in a grueling 108 race mode, in which you must win each series to advance to the next. Simple, win and you're in. Win your way through the ranks from Midgets up to Full Blown 410 Wing Sprints, and unlock rewards!

Control your way: Choose from Arrow, Tilt, or a Virtual touch steering wheel.

Day/Night/Dusk racing modes, pick your time of day to race!

Time to get dirty! Your car will not only get mud splatter and you will need to use tear offs, but your car will also build dirt as you race, just as a real car would on the track.

Your race results are ranked on a global leaderboard. Check out the privacy policy for more information.

What’s New

Version 2.0.05

Bug fixes and ability to reset local lap times.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
820 Ratings

820 Ratings

Jcox32 ,

Pretty good place to start

I’ve grown up around sprint cars my whole life, and enjoyed playing this game. It’s not perfect, but it is a lot of fun. It takes a while to get used to the controls. I think that if you try and stay on the throttle as much as possible, the car handles like it should. If you get out of the throttle and try and turn, you will spin out. Tap the gas and quickly turn as you get back into the throttle if you need to slow down. If you can stay on the throttle, turn hard into the corner, and then let the car drive out of the corner with a little counter steering, and you will be fine. I like that the winged car handles differently, which is like real life. Improvements to the game could be making track conditions a factor, and allowing you to make adjustments to the car.

Bobdole8545981730 ,

Bennett games, you can do better than this!

I don't usually take the time to write reviews, but in this case I'm going to make an exception. As a long time player and avid fan of the original dirt trackin game, seeing an updated, sprint car focused version was an instant purchase for me. Man am I sad to say that I regret it. I don't know if it was a change in game engine, or if the control scheme needs refining but something has happened between the original game and this one that has wrecked the gameplay. The cars have gone from fluid and fun to clunky, unpredictable and nearly undriveable. I can't even comment about the AI because I can barely make laps around the track. I believe a good bit of the problems may lie in how the tilt controls are mapped, because I noticed when using them that the front wheels are barely turning, even when I'm countersteering to full lock, but when I switched to the onscreen wheel the front wheels started steering again. Unfortunately I'm pretty sure 99% of people don't want to drive with anything but tilt controls. The only reason this review isn't one star is because of the quality of game that the original Dirt Trackin was, and because I believe if the developers can right the mess that is the controls/driving this will be a great upgrade. Bennett games, you can do better than this! Set your house in order!

Developer Response ,

Check out 2.0, it's a massive improvement.

GeBerb ,

This Game needs help

The graphics are nice. The physics of the cars are completely unrealistic. I read a review where the reviewer states he has driven a sprint car. He states that if you slow down going into the corners and let the car slide around like a real Sprint Car the game works well. I’ve never raced a real sprint car but I know several guys who do. I can’t speak for every guy that races but the good ones that I know don't back off the power when going thru corners. They hook the car into a slide and stand on the throttle using the ridiculous amount of horse power that Sprint Cars have to push them thru the corners. They don’t refer to Sprint Cars as “Fire Breathing Dragons” because they slow down much. I’m also not a expert on video game development but it’s my opinion the game needs a more customizable steering options. In the game when the car goes into a power slide their doesn’t seem to be enough counter steering to recover from the slide. The original Dirt Tracking doesn’t have this problem this problem. I can’t recommend others purchase this game as it is now.

Developer Response ,

Check out our most recent update, 1.0.14, pretty big changes to the handling.


460.7 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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