Summary: I thought this was a good game. I can race the tracks available and make my own. Graphics and gameplay were decent, sound could use a little work, but overall not a bad little racer. Creating your own tracks can be kind of difficult but with practice, and a little trial and error, you can make some fun and detailed tracks. I've created a couple already and had a good time with them. Wish you were able to post them online and get new tracks online. Give it a try.
Summary: I don't believe anyone would expect this game to be a thrilling racing experience, such as a Gran Turismo or Need For Speed entry; and if they do believe that, they would be incorrect. The Wii's hardware is rather limited regarding the execution of high end racing games. For a system like this, the game isn't bad from a technical standpoint considering what they have to work with.
Summary: I purchased this item for my 4 year old son that wants to be a race car driver. He likes the game because he can customize his car with different details (rims, fins) and change the color of the car by different degrees. The game is not hard to play. However, there is a learning curve especially since this game does not have a steering wheel option for play (like Mario Kart). I like the realistic looking tracks. And the classic car options for racing.
Summary: This is a fun racing game although it takes a little bit of time to get used to the controls because it is very sensitive. That said, the family enjoys playing it but especially the ability to make your own tracks! That is really cool!
Summary: Man! I bought this game with very low expectations. It was cheap, I didn't know the maker. But wow is this game crappy. It has all the excitement of the racing games from the 80s. The control/steering is terrible, the physics make no sense, I've won a half dozen races and I'm still limited to the same two cars. I didn't try the "make a track" section because I was so disillusioned with the actual racing so I can't comment on that.