My impression is that it doesn't matter how many cars and races you shoehorn onto the DVD and on your harddrive when the overall driving experience is dull and unconvincing. RD3 really feels unfinished and unloved by its creators. Why else would you throw in such a lot of cars and tracks, yet totally neglect to create a somewhat realistic, or at least overall engaging racing-experience? Why else would you neglect to enhance in-car views and add pitstops? I just never feel like I'm participating in races, I'm just playing another game here. Before parting, let us just remind ourselves that whereas serious, hard-core sims don't sell that well, Codemasters have been able to sell enough copies of their racing games to actually continue producing those games, and following them up with sequels and new releases, so clearly there is a market.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.