We played this game called FormulaD. It was basically a race car board game. 2-10 players.
The board had two sides, one was the famous Monaco GP track and the other was a generic street race. Both track have three "lanes". Monaco was a straight up track with corners but the street race has hazards on it, a police station that gives you a boost, and an area that you have to try to speed through or you'll take damage.
There's multiple dice, with different numbers ranging up to 30 eventually, these are your cars gear. You can change gear at the end of each turn.
Cornering is the part where you have to think. Each corner, you have to "break" (end your turn) usually only one, but can go up to 3 times. If you don't stop, you'll take damage. If you don't stop during a 3 stop corner, then you immediately die and are out of the game. If you end your turn behind someone (not just directly, but along side too) then you each roll the die called the "Hazard die" which is d20 I think, a roll 1-4 will damage your car, anything else is safe.
If you're playing on the street race, you get the ability to use Nitro once per lap.
There are two modes to playing, Basic and Advanced.
Basic is pretty basic, funnily enough. Every players has 18 damage points (called Wear Points 'WP' in the game). One lap, whoever crosses line first wins.
Advanced isn't actually too hard, but I suggest playing basic first just to get the hang of the gameplay. In Advanced there are usually one or two laps (up to you). You choose your racer and instead of having 18 total WP, your character determines how many WP you have. The WP is also split up into categories: Tires, Brakes, Transmission, Body, Engine, and Handling.
Each character also has a special ability, the character I played had the ability of when ever someone passed me on a straight, they had one less movement on that turn.
During Advanced you also get the ability to slipstream. If you stop directly behind someone, and you are in the same or higher gear, you can slingshot past for an extra thee movement. If you're lucky enough to chain them, you can.
Pretty fun game. I unfortunately only played with 3 other people. I would love to see a 10 person race.
edit: my hands hurt now, that was a spur of the moment write up