There've been many times whilst watching cars whizzing around the professional circuits that I've stopped and thought, I wish I could drive like that so I could get my hand on those cars, well picking up this game is a much cheaper alternative to attempting that goal and'll make you feel like you're as good as The Stig after a few hours of racing.
You can grab a copy of Race Pro on the 360 for £6.99, which is almost £2 cheaper than the next best offer of £8.85 coming in from ShopTo.
If you're looking to burn rubber around big cities where you can enter into street races or just go and explore at your leisure, then you should turn away now because this title's committed to providing you with the best track racing simulation that money can buy.
Whilst the cars and drivers have come from a couple of different time periods such as the 2006, 2007, and the original 1987 FIA World Tour Car Championship, the tracks in the game come solely from the 2007 season and are pretty accurate versions of their real life counterparts. There are a couple of famous drivers that you can play as, including racing driver and Fifth Gear presenter Tiff Needel, and some of the drivable cars include Aston Martins, Koenigseggs, and Audis.
The cars handle very well and the lower difficulty levels'll keep you on the road while your getting to grips with the controls by assisting your braking and handling. You can also turn on a set of green arrows that span the length of the track and show you the best racing lines to optimise your performance.
Career mode'll throw you into a full on racing season, or you can jump into the single race mode if you've not got a lot of time to spare. Multiplayer's also supported, so you can challenge your friends to some high speed pursuits from the safety of your living room.
Whilst Race Pro isn't as versatile as some of the other racing games on the market, the track experience that it provides is thoroughly enjoyable and it's definitely worth less than £10.
Thanks to taswir1 @ HUKD