Summary: I found that this is the same game as for the PS1, with a little better graphics than the first. They have also reduced the amount of control you have when setting up the car as well during pit-stops. Over all this game is not worth the disc it is burned on!
Summary: After playing games like Knockout Kings 2001, and Madden 2001 I start to question whether EA Sports developed this game or some newbies who threw stuff together. First of all "real time" commentary, forget it. The commentary in the game ....
Summary: I just bought this game. I'd seen the demo for it, and thought it would be great especially after owning SSX and Maden 2001, which was also released by EA. The game is fun, but the graphics are so substandard for the Playstation 2, that I'd have to say they can't be much better than the PS1's...
Summary: This is the worst racing game I have ever played. 1. The season is very long and you can't improve your car as you go through. 2. Every track is pretty much the same. Sure, one is a little longer than the other, or it's oval is a little sharper, but there really isn't much of a difference. 3.
Summary: Including drivers that are recently deceased is really tacky. As mentioned by other reviewers the graphical quality deteriorates when you use the rear view mirror or have a lot of cars on the screen. The cars do seem to have a lot of push which was also mentioned by another reviewer.
Summary: Nascar 2001 has the feel of a game that was rushed to market. While all the big names and popular tracks are there, the game exhibits some inexcusable graphical flaws that distract from what could have been a superior game.
Just OK - From a true race fan who owns Nascar98, 99, & 2000
22 November 2000
Summary: The addition of Daytona was the compelling reason for me to purchase this. When I first took a practice lap around the track, it was amazing. The graphics looked great. However, once you start racing with other cars, the graphics seem to slow down, and go down in resolution.