Rad Racer II is a racing game that was released in 1990 exclusively in North America for the NES.
The sequel to Rad Racer had virtually identical gameplay. The dashboard had a preview direction indicator added, an arrow that indicates which direction the track will take in the next few moments, allowing the player to position the vehicle accordingly. Also, the new ability in this version of the "Turbo Boost", which immediately accelerates the car to 255 MPH, is performed by holding the down arrow when the race begins until the audio countdown stops. Of course, this requires some practice, but it is quite useful. A cheat code can also be used to "race in the dark"; and, instead of flipping over, the player's car spins out after a crash.