As I've said before, I regularly check archive.org for Sega-related things, just in case something juicy has popped up in the last few days. There have been issues of Japanese magazine Comptiq going up recently (which we ought to be mirroring, but I've been busy with other things, and Retro CDN's uploader maxes out at 1GB), so I thought I'd check the June 1988 edition uploaded today, on the off-chance there might be photos of prototype Mega Drive hardware. There wasn't, but I did spot a thing: https://archive.org/details/comptiq-vol.-43-june-1988/Comptiq - Vol. 43 June 1988/page/n173/mode/1up Coverage of the Master System game Super Racing. I was adding lists of Formula One constructors to game pages a few weeks ago, but apparently I'd missed this one. And who can say no to a "McRallen"? Predictably, this game doesn't have a license... but odd that they didn't bother to mask the others (unless you count spelling errors). Anyway I hunted out the ROM to make sure there weren't others hiding off-screen and... uh... It's great when you find prototype coverage by accident. Turns out, once upon a time Super Racing had real constructors before it decided to swap a few letters around. The Brabham (Brabam) car was replaced with a March (Murch) one... but it's not a very accurate colour scheme for either. I'd be curious to know if the tracks match their real life counterparts. As one of those racing games where you don't really "turn", it would take a bit of imagination to work out.