F1 Exhaust Note

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F1 Exhaust Note
System(s): Sega System 32
Publisher: Sega
Genre: Racing

Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
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F1 Exhaust Note (F1エグゾーストノート) is an arcade Formula 1 racing game developed by Sega R&D 8 for Sega System 32 arcade hardware. It does not have a FIA license, so all the cars and tracks were invented by Sega R&D 8.

The game was distributed as twin cabinets, and was the first arcade game ever to have a special attract screen taking up both monitors show up when neither side of the cabinet was being used.



The game was directed by Satoshi Mifune, and assistant programmer on Space Harrier, OutRun and After Burner. The game was greenlit after the surprise success of the last game he directed, GP Rider[3].


F1 Exhaust Note was bettered by F1 Super Lap, released for the same hardware in 1993. It has never seen a home console release.

The multiplayer theme titled "BGM A" is heard when inputting the name "EXN" in the high score table of Daytona USA.

Production credits

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Promotional material

F1ExhaustNote System32 JP Flyer.pdf

JP flyer
F1ExhaustNote System32 JP Flyer.pdf


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