Overall impression: There are few games that fill the rally niche these days, and this game does a good job of staying true to the rally format but it does have some shortcomings. I only recommend this game if you are a hardcore rally fan and tired of all the extra crap in dirt 2 & 3. If you can power through the frustrating control issues (see below) its still pretty fun if you get it cheap (humble bundle for $10 - I wouldn't pay more for it)
solid rally format & career
adjustable car settings - front & rear suspension, transmission and bodywork (downforce)
mostly supports force feedback wheels
multiplayer (?) I don't really do the multiplayer thing..
Force feedback is a bit weak / throttle response only recognizes the pedal at 90% so it is mostly full throttle or none
Even though linearity is adjustable you can't disable it completely so the wheel is very unresponsive at high speeds
graphics are sub-par for this day & age
enabling v-sync in game created horrible lag with the steering wheel controls, forced on through radeonpro
"statistic upload" at the end of every stage (6 stages in a rally) fails and has to be canceled every time.
support appears to be mostly french speaking
Specs: AMD R9 290 w/ Fanatec CSR wheel, CSR Elite pedals & sequential shifter