Remember the 80's, the decade when The Empire Strikes Back, the A-team, the Apple Macintosh Computer, and the Atari 2600 Home Videogame System came onto the scene? It was also the decade when Papyrus Racing Games entered the racing simulation community with their first title, Indianapolis 500.

In 1987, with $2000 and no employees, David Kaemmer and Omar Khudari started the company that would become the leading developer of auto racing simulations for the PC. Not only has Sierra's Papyrus division been credited for creating the racing simulation genre, but they continue to be the recognized leader in the NASCAR simulation market. This talented and dedicated team can be found in Concord, Massachusetts.

Please note: After losing the NASCAR Racing license, Papyus Racing Games is no longer in business.