Released in 1996, Sega Super GT, or SCUD (Sports Car Ultimate Drive) Race as it's known outside of America, is the first driving title to use the Sega Model 3 hardware. Four cars are selectable- the Porsche 911 GT2 (easy), Ferrari F40 (intermediate), Dodge Viper GTS-R (advanced), and the McLaren F1 GTR (expert). Four courses are selectable- Dolphin Cove (beginner), airport (beginner), ancient ruins (advanced), and Rome (expert).
Driving mechanics are like Ridge Racer, with a bigger focus on drifting than in Daytona USA. Driving on the edge of control is key to getting good lap times and winning. As with Daytona, four viewpoints are selectable- bumper, in-car, behind the car, and behind the car with a higher angle of vision. Up to eight players can play at once.