Pocket Gamer writes:
"At one end of the racing spectrum you've got Formula One with its high speeds, tarmacked tracks and highly tuned multi-million quid cars.
At the other end, you've got banger racing - knackered up shells of cars competing to be the last still standing and running in a dirt track of doom.
I'd hazard a guess that most people prefer watching the former - otherwise the BBC would be going live to county fairs in Pennsylvania rather than Brands Hatch on a Sunday afternoon.
However, when it comes to games, Formula One racing is often translated into something drier than Tennessee and - if you like a drink - about as much fun."