Suzuka 8 Hours (video Game)

Suzuka 8 Hours (video Game)

Suzuka 8 Hours (スズカエイトアワーズ?) is an motorcycle racing arcade game released by Namco in 1992 based on the racing event of the same name. The game allows players to race against the computer controlled opponents on the Suzuka Circuit, with a set time limit. Like the real-life event, the original arcade game prominently features Coca-Cola as a sponsor.

A sequel to the game, Suzuka 8 Hours 2, was released by Namco in 1993.

Read more about Suzuka 8 Hours (video Game):  Gameplay, Super NES Version

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