I have played this pin, it is fun. The looping track is nifty. The oval looping ball lane has been done on a 1930's or 1940's pin. The ball plunger sends the ball around the playfield to drop in at the top of the playfield. NASCAR reference to the big oval racing track is what the designers were going for.
Bashing the car with the ball, shooting the ramps is all good. I never got to the ramp below the sky-box announcer booth part. I was able to rack up free games and left games on the pin. The replay score was set to low. There are 2 different translights. I liked playing it.