Star Wars Racer Arcade Machine
The Star Wars Racer is a 2000 arcade racing game developed by AM5 and LucasArts and released by Sega. The machine is based on the podracing sequences in the 1999 film, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and the controls are replicas of podracer controls.
Up to four machines can be linked together to provide multi-player competition. This game was released in two different cabinet styles: Standard ("Mini-Deluxe") - uses a regular monitor. The monitor base dimentions in inches are 78H x 38W x 41.25D and it weighs 600 pounds. The seat dimensions in inches are 51H x 31W x 53.5D and it weighs 270 pounds.