RacePro isn't afraid to let you know that it's a racing simulator. When you first jump into the Career mode, the difficulty level defaults to Professional, turning off all steering assists and racing lines in the process. But despite its penchant for realism, RacePro is also very accessible. The lower difficulty levels make it easy to pick up and play, and the career structure lets you buy your way into successful teams if you don't have the skill or the inclination to qualify for them. Sadly, the emphasis on realism has been at the expense of presentation, and the sparse menu systems and bland graphics fall well below the genre's high standards. If you can put up with the loss of such luxuries, then the superb selection of tracks, cars, and racing disciplines help make up for it. RacePro ultimately has more to offer the hardcore racing fan than the Sunday driver, but it's still a good console version of a great PC series.
* Huge array of racing classes
* Good mix of tracks
* Excellent physics and handling
* Incredible number of tweakable options.
* Lack of extras
* Lousy presentation
* Only 13 tracks
* Quality of visuals is inconsistent.