Is saving a foundering 'career' really worth making a fool out of yourself on national television every Sunday night? Pocket gamer doesn't care who ends up winning ITV's weekend extravaganza - every contestant they've ever seen on Dancing on Ice always looks like they're skating on wet cement.
Those 'stars' are fairly wise in avoiding those tricks and spins themselves, it being pretty easy to slice a finger off or dislocate a limb mid-move.
In contrast, Crash Car Mania is all about loosening up and celebrating daring moves of a different kind. It actively encourages you to take risks; it fervently condones flinging your body out of a car windscreen and landing in a crumpled mess on the floor, all for points.