San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing is a video game developed by Atari Games and published by Midway Games. This game was first released in the arcades in 1996 and it was ported to Nintendo 64 in 1997, then it was ported to the PlayStation in 1998. San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing is the first game in the Rush series, and it led to several sequels.
Released in 1996, the original San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing features three unique tracks that takes place in San Francisco, California and eight selectable cars based on real-life cars. San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing is the first game to use Atari Game's Flagstaff engine.