Gameloft's GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp is one of the most realistic racing experiences you can get in Android, free or not (it's free, with in-app purchases). It starts with super-realistic 3D renditions of actual cars and racing venues. Sensitive controls let you hone your driving skills and really push it. Yes, we crashed a lot at first, mostly by going too fast, but that's part of the fun.
Everything but the g's: GT Racing 2 has everything but g-forces and that new car smell. It's as close as many will come to piloting exotic GT cars in competition.
Lots of class: We could choose from actual GT racing classes and venues and move up by winning and buying upgrades.
Visuals: Screenshots, customizable camera angles and tilt, track overviews, and more enhance GT Racing 2's high-quality 3D backgrounds and vehicles.
Off the marque: Some cars may be unfamiliar, though names like Alfa Romeo and Renault should need no introduction to racing fans. Nevertheless, you must succeed against zippy econo-boxes before you can step up to more exotic offerings (or pay; see below).
Speed costs money: How fast do you want to go? Upgrades and better cars are available, but for a price.
Yes, it's true you might be enticed to buy suspension upgrades or even a 200kph supercar by playing this free game. So what? They cost a lot less than the real thing. And GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp is the closest we've come to the real thing on an Android screen so far.