The real highlight, however, is Macau. It's a very fast, long, narrow, hilly, barrier-lined, blind-cornered street circuit that makes Monaco look like a row of balloon animals. The AI's not at its best here - we've seen a mass-pileup in pit lane and one wreck broadside across the track for an entire qualifying session - but even real drivers screw up in Macau. Chances are you won't have driven it elsewhere, either, unlike Monza, Magny Cours, Valencia and the like. And when the AI cars stay out of the barriers they're quick - six or seven seconds quicker on Pro difficulty over Semi-Pro, for instance, which should challenge anyone. Remember this: if you love racing cars, the pleasure of learning and driving this incredible track is very nearly worth the purchase alone. It's one of the few places where RACE stops being reasonable and starts being exciting.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.