It started with a PC-98 emulator as I know I'll never own the hardware, and, well, one thing led to another and before I knew it, I was playing Outrunners with my steering wheel.
I moved on to Model 2 emulation (http://nebula.emulatronia.com/) which seems to work pretty well with analogue controls, and on a whim, I decided to try a Model 3 emulator (https://www.supermodel3.com/).
Only Scud Race and Daytona USA 2 run almost perfectly and took very little effort to get running with my wheel and pedals (considering it has no front-end); but even if there is no further progress with the emulator, it still runs a couple of awesome games with no conversions available (besides the tracks unlockable in OutRun 2).
I'm sure I had read back in the day (probably Edge magazine) that Scud Race was fairly mediocre. That was ****. Scud Race is possibly the most Sega driving game they've ever made and [sort of] upscaling to 1080P it looks and plays amazingly.
While I like Daytona USA, I've always preferred Sega Rally, and it seems that on Model 3 I prefer Scud to Daytona. That said, I had thought the track with the swinging pirate ship was in Scud Race, when it's actually in Daytona USA 2 on a track that seems more Scud Race than Daytona )of which I approve).
Hopefully they'll get Sega Rally 2 running properly at some point.
If you've not tried Supermodel, you should give it a shot. I like to think I'm saving a pound every game I play.
At least you can chose who's singing you want in Daytona USA 2; but it's still a bit ****.