There are other reasons, apart from inadequate physics modeling, that keep IndyCar Series an average game. For example, manual car control is not permitted on pit lane. This is nothing short of pure annoyance for anyone who knows what they're doing out there. Yet the most critical, and surely the most infuriating, blunder is a complete and total lack of rearview mirrors. That's right. Either Brain in a Jar had its "brains in a jar," or it was compelled by a fast-approaching deadline to preclude rearview mirrors from a game that otherwise threatens to be a simulation. Though you can check the action behind you, via a quick "look behind" control, there is simply no excuse for not placing rearview mirrors in a game that pits you side-by-side with other intelligent but hell-bent drivers at 230mph.You can read the full review here and don't forget to view our game profile.