This game was available in at least 3 different dedicated cabinets, plus it was also sold as a conversion kit for "Chase H.Q".
* The sitdown version is a strange plastic monstrosity with a huge monitor. This may have been a Japan only release, as the cabinet looks very similar to the popular Japanese cabinet style.
* The standup versions are all very solid wooden affairs, covered with full painted sideart (very few games still used painted sideart in the late eighties).
All versions use Happ Controls force feedback steering wheels (the ones that can spin all the way around), a high low shifter (different versions had this on different sides), and a single pedal.
Taito Z System hardware
Board Number : M4300140A
Prom Stickers : C09
Main CPU : (2x) Motorola 68000 (K1100492A, K1100491A)
Sound CPU : Zilog Z80
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2610
Players : 1
Control : Steering wheel
Buttons : 6