Summary: It depends on the player if this game is worth the investment. It has a select niche that is rare in America, but broader in other countries. If you want to experience life as an F1 racer, F1 2011 is definitely for you.
Conclusion: Playing F1 2011 has been both an immensely enjoyable, and immensely frustrating experience. On one side, it’s a hugely accomplished and enormously fun racer; perfecting turn 8 at Istanbul Park or Eau Rouge at Spa is hugely satisfying, with the car and track physics feeling brilliantly detailed.
Conclusion: Should you lose control of your car, you will quickly become familiar with F1 2011's detailed damage system. With a big enough impact you can knock off your front wing or lose a wheel, but the game also helps you understand that F1 cars are sensitive even to minor incidents.
Pros: Car handling is predictable, but thrilling, Co-Op Career is great fun with a friend, Extremely faithful to the real sport, Realistically captures the fragility of modern F1 cars.
Cons: Very steep learning curve assumes you have a lot of F1 knowledge, You may need a force feedback wheel to master the handling.
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