Head back in time to 1970. You're on the Salt Flats of Utah, at the site of the historic land speed record attempt by Gary Gabelich. Look around authentic scenery, inspect the record breaking vehicle, and feel a part of history.
Not a Game
Okay, you probably guessed from the lead that Blue Flame VR isn't really a game, more of an interactive educational tool. In Blue Flame VR, you can look around the impressively rendered environment... which admittedly is mostly flat salt lake and sky, but very realistic looking salt lake and sky. You can get a good look at Blue Flame herself, including the ability to strip her down and see the workings of this record breaking jet car. And if that wasn't enough, there are plenty of texts and videos to satiate your curiosity. There's also a driving experience for you to... well, experience. Get around by teleportation and see how everything works.
If You're Into That Kind of Thing
So it's not a game, we've covered that. Unfortunately, it's also not free, as many of these kinds of things are. That is not to say that Blue Flame VR is not worth the price of admission, but it does mean you have to be interested in the subject matter more.