Famicom Grand Prix

Famicom Grand Prix (ファミコングランプリ?) is the title of two racing games released by Nintendo for the Family Computer Disk System in Japan only. The first installment was Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race (ファミコングランプリ F1レース?), released on October 30, 1987, which was followed by Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally (ファミコングランプリII 3Dホットラリー?), released on April 14, 1988. Both games were released in special blue-colored Disk Cards, which supported Nintendo's Disk Fax peripheral, allowing players to send their time trial scores to Nintendo for the chance to win prizes.

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