Each car has a unique feel, from the handling to the acceleration. It takes a couple hairpin curves to get a sense of what is possible and what is foolhardy for each one, but overall the physics are manageable. The control system balances accuracy with an arcade-style speed rush. Most of the vehicles tend to oversteer slightly, but with features such as the powerslide (thank you, handbrake) extreme wipeouts are not very common. Some cars, like the '49 Thunderbird, are totally unwieldy due to their weight, but hey, that's realism. If you want pinpoint control, try the stock cars.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.