This game could've been the first NES game developed. According to Ste Pickford, one of the founders of Zippo Games, Prix Nebula can be dated back to 1988.
Here's what he wrote on the Pickford Brothers' website.
This was a concept sketch (picture on the right) for an NES game idea we had at Zippo Games called 'Prix Nebula'. The idea was for a 3D space racing game where
the track was made up from markers which were single sprites, which I think was something which the unusual (to us at the time) NES architecture of lots of
small 8x8 pixel sprites suggetsed. The game screen would have looked awfully plain though, despite the thrill of 3D on the NES, so we planned to cram the launch
screens and front end with the most detailed graphics we could manage to compensate. I think we got this game to playable demo stage, but no further.