High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona is a racing simulator developed by Monster Games and published by Infogrames in November 2002 for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube. It is the latest in the NASCAR Heat series and the last of the NASCAR-licensed games to be published before EA won exclusive rights to the license. This was one of the first video games that allowed a player to participate in racing series' other than the Winston Cup Series. Those divisions are the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series (Dirt), The NASCAR Featherlite Modified Series (Now The Whelen Modified Series), The Craftsman Truck Racing Series (The Camping World Truck Series), and the NASCAR Winston Cup Series (The Sprint Cup Series).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! NASCAR Heat is a 2000 racing video game for the PlayStation, Microsoft Windows and Game Boy Advance. It was developed by Monster Games and published by Hasbro Interactive. The PlayStation version was co-developed with Digital Illusions CE. Although it did get a lot of good reviews on release, it has never reached the same status as other NASCAR style games and simulations. Racers and modders from countries all over the planet can be found throughout the communities that still support the game.