25 best driving games ever

No licence, no problem – these driving games indulged our thrill-seeking urges with a no-holds-barred approach to road use

Pitstop II

1984, Commodore 64

Much like Pole Position, Pitstop II is an early Formula One sim, featuring six real-life tracks and the need to keep an eye on fuel and tyres – which are replenished by taking, well, a pitstop. It was also the first 3D racing game to offer a split-screen multiplayer mode, letting you leave your mates in the dust.

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