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The Simpsons Road Rage, Racing, 2001

Developer: Radical Entertainment

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Damageable vehicles: No

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Pictures for this video game were provided by: carcrasher88 , CrazyCars

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CrazyCars EN (13)

2007-12-15 19:29

Only a few left

CrazyCars EN (13)

2007-12-15 19:32

lastinpurple, how did you find this game before i had finished adding cars?

lastinpurple ES (10)

2007-12-15 19:35

Because I was linked here by the Beetle

Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2007-12-15 20:57

This was basically a rip off of the renowned Crazy Taxi series, but it wasn't bad for its time.

J-2 ES (1321)

2007-12-15 22:58

I prefer Hit&Run, but this game have facts that H&R doesn´t have, like scenarios in the mountains, and a lot of Springfield´s places (like KBPR radio statio) missing on it.

CrazyCars EN (13)

2007-12-16 10:05

From wikipedia
"In 2003, Sega filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Fox Interactive, Electronic Arts, and Radical Entertainment because the game was so close to Crazy Taxi"

-- Last edit: 2008-01-19 10:05:48

Leoz EN (0)

2009-06-23 07:43

There was a Game Boy Advance Version released in '03, which was rather good, despite the horrible track realism it is easy to pick up and play and then become addicted to, therefore it is one of my most favourite GBA games.


2009-10-10 04:37

I finished this game 8 times mabye more

stryder237 EN (3)

2011-05-15 17:32

I relly dont know why they made all the cars convertables when none of them are convertables in the sinmpsons show.

carcrasher88 US (20)

2012-02-02 18:12

Still a lot of vehicles missing, mainly traffic cars, and other cars that appeared in parking lots. Funny...the cars in the parking lots were more realistic looking than the one's found on the streets. If I recall properly, in the parking lots, there were Volvo wagons (either V50s or V70s, I can't remember which), Ford Focuses, Dodge Caravans, and I think at least one more. Anyone have any pics of them?

carcrasher88 US (20)

2013-02-16 16:56

Even though I can't get shots of them, I'm firing up my PS2 so I can get a better look at the missing vehicles.

If someone could get shots of them, I could list the missing vehicles and where to find them so it'll be easier.

When I find vehicles, I'll edit this post.

Edit 1 - searching Downtown level:

white Volvo V40 - parking lots

red Dodge Caravan - parking lots

blue unknown coupe - parking lots (other colored versions can be found in traffic)

light blue unknown box truck - parking lots

grey modern unknown hatchback - parking lots

generic police car - pretty much anywhere on the streets

small hatchback (might be a 70's Civic, or something similar)

blue coupe (looks British, might be a Jaguar XKE/E-Type with the cab pushed forward) - pretty much anywhere

blue van/mpv (probably generic) - anywhere

traffic version of the box truck mentioned above, has a couple cosmetic differences - anywhere

wrecked 'made for game' popcorn truck - downtown (in a popcorn filled hole)

generic taxi - Downtown, being 'chewed' by Truck-O-Saurus in the stadium

Edit 2 - searching mountain level:

Generic looking 'made for game' wrecks at the Tire Fire (1 red, 1 green, 1 pink)

yellow first generation Mercedes-Benz SLK - parked outside 'world's largest toilet', but can be found in various other parking lots

Edit 3 - Springfield Dam (nothing different found at the power plant/mall level):

overturned semi truck - blocks road in various parts of most maps, can be found in Duff, sugar (both white), and lumber (red) forms. Great pic opportunity on this map near the Stonecutters' Lodge

Edit 4: Entertainment District:

Hans Moleman's '59 Cadillac stuck in the front of Planet Hype (like this:

another classic hatchback, looks Pinto-esque, has 4 doors, as opposed to the other one mentioned above, which has 2 and hatch.

Final edit: Evergreen Terrace:

Dump truck just up the road from church, next to Duff ad on building (the same vehicle, minus the dump body, can be found at the gas station by the grocery store on the same level).

And, on top of that, Moe's sedan, Otto's bus, the Book Burning mobile, Frink's flying car, and the "?" car are missing as well.

If someone could get shots of all those cars, it would finally complete this page. :)

-- Last edit: 2013-02-16 18:43:16

carcrasher88 US (20)

2014-09-03 20:22

All traffic/prop vehicles completed and ready for approval.

Many of the unknown ones, I couldn't determine if they were based on anything real or were just Made for Game generic, so I marked them as Unknown so others can figure them out.

The Mercedes-Benz is likely either an SL or SLK, but I left the model name as Unknown because I wasn't 100% sure.

The Cadillac is obvious, because it's Hans Moleman's Cadillac stuck in the Planet Hype building, the Gremlin is marked as such because I think it looks like one, but I'm not entirely sure, the ambulance is marked as the one already on the page is, and the V40 and Caravan are obviously based on the real vehicles.

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