When this game was new, it would become an instant classic. This game was released shortly before the Third Millennium.

User Rating: 7.2 | NASCAR 2000 (Classics) PS
Before you turn on the console, make sure the console is off when you are inserting or removing any disc, memory cards or even the controllers. This game was released on September 30, 1999 and this game eventually became an instant classic and hard to find. Once you start the game, you will watch the introductory movie. You know what NASCAR is, racing. Join NASCAR and the organization will want you to be a race car driver. New is this game was Create-A-Driver, where you can put yourself into the game and race alongside the world's best drivers and also live out of your dreams of racing alongside the best in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, unless you have played NASCAR Racing from Papyrus Racing Games and Sierra Studios. When you hear talking, you will hear NASCAR legend Benny Parsons and Bob Jenkins describe what's going on while the cars get to drive down the track. Also, you can face Richard Petty on ten tracks. When you beat Richard Petty, you will unlock the Montana track. There are two ways to get Montana, either entering L1, L1, R1, R1, Square, L2, L2, R1, R2, L1, L2, Circle within four seconds or beat Richard Petty at all ten races in Race Against The King Mode. You can choose from Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Darlington Raceway, Martinsville Speedway, Michigan Speedway, North Carolina Motor Speedway, Pocono Raceway, Talladega Superspeedway, or Watkins Glen International. To get the rest of the legends, you have only one way to get them. That is enter a code within four seconds. That will take lightning-quick fingers to earn them. When you create-a-car, you will have six paint schemes to choose from. They are NAPA Auto Parts #116, EA Sports #153, VISA Card #107, Bojangles #135, Stormfront Studios #177, or Goodyear Tires #164. You get six fantasy tracks plus twenty-four officially licensed Winston Cup tracks. However, you will get no Daytona International Speedway, which would be new in the next EA Sports racing game, NASCAR 2001. In 1999, EA Sports added six fantasy tracks: Arkansas, Dakota Raceway (Bad Lands), Montana, Lakeshore, Salt Lake, and Seattle. The legends in this game are Richard Petty, Bobby Allison, Cale Yarborough, Alan Kulwicki, Benny Parsons, Davey Allison, and David Pearson.

Dale Earnhardt appears on the cover outrunning Terry Labonte and Mark Martin. No car manufacturers' logos appear in the game, but the computer version does.