Street Racing Syndicate was originally released back in 2004 on pc and all the major consoles. Considering this pc port was made the same year, it's alright.
As a street racing game, it's pretty average, all things considered. Most of the races are pretty straightforward, you buy upgrades for your car between them, and you can drive around the city freely between races to find secrets. However, I greatly appreciated the feature that allowed you to instantly start any race from the map so you don't have to drive all the way there. Why more modern racing games still don't have that as a standard feature is beyond me.
If you're going to buy this, remember it's a 10-year-old pc game and they made no effort to update it. The max resolution you can achieve is 1260 x 960, so it won't look great on most modern setups. However, it still has a lot of scaling capabilities, and all the buttons can be freely remapped without any trouble. I managed to get my xbox 360 controller running without much of an issue, though I'd suggest manually setting the keys yourself because the default layout is a little weird.
All in all, it's a pretty average game. If you're looking for something fun to play on a really outdated pc, or you just like street racing, you could do a lot worse than this.