I've been thinking about this for YEARS. NO game that has come out with vehicles in it yet has all of the features that I personally want packed into one game. So I was wondering what features you all wanted in a racing game. For me it's the fact that your car is always in virtually perfect running order. Yes there are some games that allow for vehicle health but it's not realistic. It's a health bar and if you hit enough stuff your car stops working or maybe you pop a tire. I want a game where you can actually have individual parts that don't function well and each one affects your car differently. Your fan belt could fly off and your car overheat, or your brakes are worn out and you can barely stop. Something other than every car being high performance machines. And yes there are games that have that, like Car Mechanic Simulator but that's not a the type of game people buy for the racing mode. I want to have the ability to install my own parts, used or new, and have them affect the performance of my vehicle. I want to be able to actually buy a junker and fix it up part by part to go racing. Take that and add soft body physics and you'd have quite an interesting game. The game that I know of that came closest to what I'm referring to is an older PC game called Hot Rod American Street Drag or it's sequel Hot Rod Garage to Glory. Both of them had part customization and part wear. Granted these didn't affect your car realistically but you get the concept. Either way, I'm never going to get to drive a formula one car or a car in NASCAR in real life, but I can buy a clapped out Honda Civic and build it up. Why can't we have a race game that is close to what we could actually do? But that's my wants, what about you guys? What do you want to see in a car game?