A slightly simplified version for 2-4 players from age six and up.
Components: 8 cardboard racing cars and 49 cards.
Each player chooses two cars of the same colour, then one from each pair is placed in a row in random order, followed by the other four cars in reverse order.
The cards are shuffled and each player gets a hand of four cards, the rest is placed in a face-down stack. The active player plays a card, carries out the action shown on the card, discards the card and draws a new card from the stack.
The aim of the game is to ensure that one's own cars are at the top of the row when the race ends. This is done by placing a car on the overtaking lane and moving the car forward as many places as shown on the card just played, then moving the car into the row again and moving all the cars behind it back one place. The following cards exist: +1 and +2 for moving a car the corresponding number of places forward, -2 for moving a car 2 places back, and +3 for moving one of the last four cars 3 places forward. Some cards show two cars - this means that when moving one car forward, the one immediately behind it follows in the slipstream.
The round ends when the last card has been drawn. Points are awarded as follows: The owner of the car in the first position gets 6 points, 5 for the second position, then 4, 3, 2, 1; no points are awarded for the last two cars. The player who has the most points after three rounds wins the game.