Have you ever taken a peek inside a thoroughbred racing car? It's a sparse scene, the interior a cold web of metal tubing with the driver's sole companion a fire extinguisher in place of a passenger seat – no in-car entertainment systems, leather upholstery or furry dice here. These are machines designed with one purpose only - racing. Simbin's Race Pro feels much the same; console petrol-heads spoilt on the heady show put on by Codemasters' GRID or the sublime polish of Polyphony's Gran Turismo may balk at their first glance of Race Pro's rudimentary styling, but on-track this game proves it's credentials and then some. This is a thoroughbred racer whose focus lies in presenting the most engaging and realistic racing experience available on console.