I would like to be neutral with this game, I would not recommand to spend 20€ on this game; if you can get it for less than 10 bucks, then go on. Else it doesn't really worth this price.
First: the handling. I wasn't expecting an arcade-style driving since the game looked realistic and didn't take a totally frenzy atmosphere. I mean, games like Flatout or Burnout are realistic-looking but you can easily tell they're focused on the fun part of destructing vehicules like "you can explode every cars in the crossroad/make you driver fly" and then don't expect any realism from the handling. Truck Racer goes "You're gonna race with trucks. Period.", and since there is not really that much of truck racing game lately, I was expecting stuff like Gran Turismo or at least Race Driver GRID with trucks.
And even for an arcade handling it's really a weird one, like "you can drift but not steer into the skid but if you drift too much then your truck will spin", and also, the truck going full speed and taking some tight curve with no difficulty by the magic boost.
Secondly: the difficulty. Let's face it: the game is way too easy. The bots let themselves being lapped by the first truck you can afford without any upgrades, then you become milionnaire after one tournament, and even if the devs desesperatly tried to harden the game by letting the biggest upgrades only avalaible if you have bought every other upgrades before, it doesn't make the game any harder, in fact, it makes the upgrade system completely annoying. There is also a damage bar but it goes down really slowly and I ♥♥♥♥ing tried to destroy my truck by smashing it on the contestants but every time I finished the race before my truck was totalled.
And lastly: the content. So there is a bunch of tracks with their variations, all good, the tracks looks alike a bit but no big deal. The real problem here is that there is ONLY 6 ♥♥♥♥ING TRUCKS! ARE YOU KIDDING ME? THIS GAME WAS RELEASED IN 2013, NOT 1997! And all of thoses trucks actually looks the same with a little difference between every one of them. They're all arranged like this: the beginner's trucks (high handling and low speed), the asphalt one, the dirt one; the average trucks, the asphalt one, the dirt one, and the advanced trucks (high speed and low handling), the asphalt one, the... you got it?
But then it's make really little difference since you can beat the game with every one of them. And then the game is really flat and quickly boring after a couple of hours.
A good point: not a single bug in sight. At least the game was finished at its release.