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It doesn't seem like there's a GUI to change the graphics settings, so you'll have to do it manually:

Go to:
x:\GOG Folder\STAR WARS Racer\data\config\current
Open video.cfg with Notepad++ or similar and change the settings to enable max settings:

VIDEO REFLECTIONS=ON
VIDEO ZEFFECTS=ON
VIDEO DYNAMIC_LIGHTING=ON
VIDEO VSYNC=ON
VIDEO LENSFLARE=ON
VIDEO ENGINEEXHAUST=ON
VIDEO TEXTURE_RES=3
VIDEO MODEL_DETAIL=3
VIDEO DRAWDISTANCE=3

and a bonus controller tip:
if you're using a dual stick controller, open current_control.map on Notepad++ and change the last few lines to
JOYSTICK AXIS=RX FUNCTION=ROLL_RIGHT AXIS_RANGE=NEGATIVE
JOYSTICK AXIS=RX FUNCTION=ROLL_LEFT AXIS_RANGE=POSITIVE
that way the right stick will roll in a proper way, and not inverted

now, if only someone could find a way to emulate the rumble...
Great tips, particularly the draw distance that made a huge difference :)
Post edited May 05, 2018 by Faenrir
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geekgamer: It doesn't seem like there's a GUI to change the graphics settings, so you'll have to do it manually:

Go to:
x:\GOG Folder\STAR WARS Racer\data\config\current
Open video.cfg with Notepad++ or similar and change the settings to enable max settings:

VIDEO REFLECTIONS=ON
VIDEO ZEFFECTS=ON
VIDEO DYNAMIC_LIGHTING=ON
VIDEO VSYNC=ON
VIDEO LENSFLARE=ON
VIDEO ENGINEEXHAUST=ON
VIDEO TEXTURE_RES=3
VIDEO MODEL_DETAIL=3
VIDEO DRAWDISTANCE=3

and a bonus controller tip:
if you're using a dual stick controller, open current_control.map on Notepad++ and change the last few lines to
JOYSTICK AXIS=RX FUNCTION=ROLL_RIGHT AXIS_RANGE=NEGATIVE
JOYSTICK AXIS=RX FUNCTION=ROLL_LEFT AXIS_RANGE=POSITIVE
that way the right stick will roll in a proper way, and not inverted

now, if only someone could find a way to emulate the rumble...
Thank you for taking the time to share this!
will do this when I get home. thanks for the post. someone should add this to the pcgamingwiki article.
I forgot to compare, but from what I saw so far, this is an awesome tip and the game runs just fine with these settings.
Thank you very much :)