The Video Driver (known as the Family Driver in Japan) is an
obscure video game console released by Sega in 1988. The console
consisted of a bar that hung down in front of the television. A tiny
plastic car, representing the player, was placed on top of it. This car
was controlled using the wired steering wheel controller.
games were held on VHS tapes and contained dashcam footage with a black
and white bar at the bottom that was used to tell the console which
parts of the screen were covered by the road. The objective of the game
was to follow the course of the road, stopping as needed, to maximize
your score. If your plastic car drifted off the road, it would see the
white flashing portion of the bar and trigger lights, sound, and a
reduction in your score.
This game places the player in a racecar. There isn't much to say beyond that.