JoWood have released the first screens of Michael Schumacher World Kart Racing 2002 on the PC.


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Racing in a choice of karts with 100, 125 and 150cc engines, you'll get to try your skills out against rival drivers of varying experience levels, right up to the pros including Michael Schumacher.

Wheel to wheel action takes place on eight official tracks, from locations around the world, including indoor arenas and street based circuits, with plenty of tight bends, banked corners and even tunnels.


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Training, Time Challenge, Career and Competition modes are all available, and if you're a speed freak, you can compete against the clock and post your record times on the Internet, and compare them with other gamers fastest times.

Each and every kart has been fine tuned with realistic physics to ensure that they behave just like a real kart, with them sliding around corners, and making you feel as if you were really sitting in a flimsy bit of metal, about an inch from the ground, as you head out of control towards the tyre wall.


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It'll be "go go go" for Michael Schumacher World Kart Racing 2002, when it gets it's release on June 28th, priced at 19.99 - hopefully Michael won't lead each and every race from start to finish like he seems to manage in every F1 race.