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22 drivers announced for Nascar 2011 The Game

Hot on the heels of three  new screenshots, Eutechnyx has released a list of 22 drivers for their upcoming Nascar 2011 The Game. All the usual suspects are there (Montoya, Johnson, Busch, etc.), but one driver that people may not have heard of is Jennifer Jo Cobb. She is a full time driver in the NASCAR truck series, and has plans to break into the NASCAR Sprint Cup within the next few years. Danica Patrick is not on the list, but this list is most likely just partially complete, so I'm sure there is more to come. The full list can be seen after the "Read More" jump.

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Three new screenshots of Nascar The Game 2011

Eutechnyx (by way of, has released three new screenshots of their upcoming title, NASCAR 2011: The Game:




NASCAR 2011 is due to be released in Feburary 2011 for the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360, and the Nintendo Wii.

5 new screens from NASCAR The Game 2011

Five delicous new screenshots of Nascar The Game 2011 coming at you!


New screenshots for Nascar 2011: The Game

Kotaku has posted eight brand-spanking new screenshots of Eutechnyx's upcoming "NASCAR 2011: The Game". One of the screenshots makes it appear they are going for an ESRB "E" rating, as the Miller Lite beer logo on Kurt Busch's hood now just says "Kurt":

Personally, I would rather have a "T" rating and keep the alcohol logos in there, but aiming for an "E" means the game may have the chance to sell more copies.

Operation Sports interviews Ed Martin

Robert Kollars, writer for Operation Sports, sat down with Ed Martin, executive vice president of Eutechnyx, to discuss the upcoming NASCAR 2011: The Game.

OS: Ed, obviously Eutechnyx is developing the game, and Activision is acting as the distributor. Did Eutechnyx approach NASCAR, or did they approach your company?

EM: Well, let me give you a little background as I have been doing these games for years. I started with Papyrus in the early ’90s, and ran the NASCAR franchise for Hasbro Sports (NASCAR Heat) and Electronic Arts (NASCAR series), so I have been around these games for a long time. There has not been anything this detailed since the Papyrus titles, and that was not even this grandiose. I believe it was at E3 when NASCAR approached Eutechnyx, and they were looking for a company with some great ideas. They were really shopping the license around, not for someone who was just going to take it, but find someone who had that spark that they were looking for. They were also looking for someone who was willing to work directly with NASCAR themselves. In the past it was difficult to get information out of the NASCAR teams and R and D, as the information was considered proprietary stuff. Now it has evolved to the point where they [NASCAR] really want to be involved, and they were looking for someone who they could open up and share their ideas with.

NASCAR 2011 is due to be released in Feburary 2011


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