Stunt Race FX
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Argonaut Software
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Super Nintendo Entertainment System platform icon
Genre(s) Racing

03ESRB - E  01PEGI 3  01CERO A  01USK 0  01Australian Classification Board - G

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Stunt Race FX is a video game for the SNES that was released in 1994. It was published and developed by Nintendo. It was one of the first games that used the Super FX Chip.


  • Speed Trax

Main mode, successfully winning the first class unlocks Free Trax.

  • Stunt Trax

Four tracks in which you collect stars to boost your time; complete all four to unlock 'Radio Control'.

  • Battle Trax

Two player mode with four different tracks. (If you leave Player 2's controller alone for 5 seconds at the start of a race, the CPU will take over.)

  • Free Trax

No opponents; used to practice and beat your records. (Can only play the tracks from Classes you have beaten)

  • Test Run

Available when you start Stunt Race FX for the first time; not available after Free Trax is unlocked. (If you enter the "Clear All Records" code [Up, Left, Down, Right, X, Y, B, A] at the title screen, you can regain access to this mode; However, you will lose all your progress)


  • Coupe

Body: Medium, Acceleration: Medium, Max Speed: 120MPH (190 km/h)

  • F-Type

Body: Weak, Acceleration: Slow, Max Speed: 140MPH (220 km/h)

  • 4WD

Body: Strong, Acceleration: Fast, Max Speed: 100MPH (160 km/h)

  • 2WD

Body: Medium, Acceleration: Fast, Max Speed: 140MPH (220 km/h) (Unlocked by completing a lap of a Bonus stage; Can only be used in Free Trax unless you complete the Master class.)

  • Truck

Body: Invincible, Acceleration: V-Slow, Max Speed: Approx. 100MPH (160 km/h) (Used only in Bonus stages.)

Cameo appearances

  • The billboards in-game feature Mario, Kirby, and Fox McCloud.
  • On the 'Night Cruise' and 'Sky Ramp' courses, you will be able to see Arwings from the Star Fox series fly past.