Sega Super GT, known as Scud Race in Japan, is an arcade racing game released by Sega in 1996. It is one of the first games to be featured on the Sega Model 3 hardware. After the success of Daytona USA, fans wanted a sequel to the game. Sega later had an arcade test game known as "Supercar," but this then evolved into Scud Race.
The most notable similarities include the HUD display with most features in the same positions on screen, and the handling style of the game. The main difference between gameplay is the addition of acceleration while drifting, which caused a radically different drifting strategy. Sega released the true sequel to Daytona USA, Daytona USA 2 in 1998.
Super GT came in either Twin or Deluxe cabinets, which can be linked together for up to four players. The game was modelled after the BPR Global GT Series (now known as the FIA GT Championship), featuring the cars of four prominent teams in the 1996 season. The game features four different courses of varying difficulty, though two are Beginner level (with the difference being day and night time.) And just like Daytona USA, an arcade operator can put the game in Grand Prix or Endurance Mode for longer races.
There has never been a console release, although there was a tech demo of this game for the Dreamcast back in the late 90's (Which may have turned into the Sega GT series.)