Pocket Gamer writes:
"I'm no racing driver, however many laps of the local Sainsbury's car park I might have done as a lad, but I suspect that winning a race at the highest level takes more than simply shoving your car into top gear and holding out at the front.
If Lewis Hamilton's success is anything to go by, then you actually hang back, waiting until the last possible moment to score the championship by snatching fifth place on the last corner. That's how it's done.
Anyone who samples Kraze, however, might get the wrong impression about motorsport. Races here really are a case of slipping into fifth gear as early as possible, knocking your way to the front of the pack and crashing into corner after corner, hoping you build up enough speed in the straights to hold off your competitors."