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Whether you enjoy race cars, dune buggies, or motorcycles, we have the perfect car challenge for you. Go from 0 to 60 mph in mere seconds in one of our racing challenges, and try to set a new speed record. Or, choose an off-road vehicle and traverse over mountains, junkyards, and other exotic terrains. Even go through hundreds of options and customize your very own vehicle in our car games! After creating the ideal ride, take your racer on the road and challenge tough opponents. A full selection of go kart and parking challenges are included, too!




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Some of our free car games can even be played in 3D! The games are easy to control and fun for all kinds of players. Play all of our car games online on your PC and use your keyboard to accelerate, brake, and steer your vehicle. Some games allow you to modify the environment and balance your vehicle with a simple press of the arrow keys. Some of our car games can also be played on the mobile phone or tablet and are controlled with the touchscreen. Hours and hours of countless fun are at your fingertips, with a little-to-no learning curve! Wield the power of a gigantic monster truck or race across tracks at 200+ mph in an exotic sport car. For a strategic challenge, try squeezing your car into a tight spot in a parking game variant!


Play the best racing games for free. We have collected 187 popular racing games for you to play on LittleGames. They include new and top racing games such as Car Eats Car 2, Moto X3M, Drift Boss, Bike Rush and Wheelie Challenge. Choose a racing game from the list and you can play online on your mobile or computer for free.


All of our car games are free-to-play in your web browser, no download required. Our car games remain free thanks to advertisements placed non-invasively within the game and around the website. Many of our free car games also feature online multiplayer like SocCar.


Drifting games and racing games are popular choices for car fanatics. Inspired by some of the greats like Gran Turismo and Need for Speed, they often feature numerous exotic vehicles, engine tuning, and aesthetic upgrades to keep you hooked on the game.


Motorbike racing games go way back to the earliest gaming machines, with retro games like Road Rash. Moto Road Rash 3D pays tribute to the original NES classic and lets you speed through traffic in a variety of game modes.


Not all racing games involve driving vehicles. Some racing games take place between animals or imaginary beings. Fall Beans, a game fitting the latter description, is a fun and free elimination game inspired by Fall Guys.


The best racing games on PC have a long history, and it goes all the way back to the '80s. There are classic racing games like Midtown Madness and Need for Speed and newer additions like Forza Horizon 5. The options are open, even if you want a racing sim game like iRacing, too. Here's our list of the best racing games you can play right now.


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But for a certain class of sim racing fan, there is nothing that compares. The very best iRacing players often compete in real motorsport too, and make a career out of eSports sim racing. And having first released now over a decade ago in 2008, it's consistently stayed astride with the latest simulators each year. Quite an achievement.


Motorcycle racing is inherently exciting - the lean angles, suicidal overtakes and acceleration rates just make for a great spectator sport. And Italian superbike specialists Milestone really nail that feeling of terror and bravery of being on a factory MotoGP bike. The Codemasters F1 games are obviously a big inspiration, to put it politely, but the upshot for anyone playing it is a layer of career simulation on top of the racing. Work your way up through slower categories, build a reputation, and hold out for that big team ride.


This is the descendant of SimBin's once-mighty racing empire. Think of it as GTR Online: it's the ruthlessly-authentic car sim you remember, but retooled for online free-to-play. The GT racing is beautifully modelled and captured through a good force feedback wheel, the online competition fierce and well-structured, and the catalog of cars and tracks deep enough to really specialise in a certain series thanks to that free-to-play model.


rFactor will probably always feel rough around the edges, but it's the heir to one one of the PC's great racing games and one of the most impressive modding communities in the world. rFactor 2, like its predecessor, just keeps growing even years after launch as new car and track packs come out across all kinds of different series. It's not a cheap habit, but it will please serious racers.


That's only half the story, though. The sheer volume of user-created mods is enormous, and while the focus is on Formula One throughout the years those with an itch to be scratched in DTM, WTCC, GT racing and other open wheelers will be satiated too.


It all begins with a note from your parents telling you to rebuild the junked car in your garage. From there you construct a driveable, moddable vehicle down to the most minute nuts and bolts, teaching you exactly what an exhaust manifold looks like and what happens when it rattles loose along a lakeside single lane road at 70mph. Car ownership has never felt more satisfying and personal in driving games than in this slightly janky but beautifully esoteric builder-meets-racer.


Autosport is Codemasters' easiest, most entry-level track racing game. The car handling is very forgiving, but with just enough fight in it to teach you the basics of corner-braking and throttle-control. Outside the car it does as deep as you're up for, though. It's got full-race weekends, typically strong opponent AI for Codemasters, and tons of variety in its racing formats.


Although the super-satisfying team management elements from previous Grid games are pared back here (who didn't swell with pride when they finally got that B&O sponsorship in Grid 1?) it's still a great point-of-entry for people curious about sim-style racing, and fun for more hardcore drivers who just want to relax.


Racing games aren't often treated to remasters. The big franchises iterate so often that there rarely seems much point, but in the case of Burnout Paradise everybody was happy to see an exception to the rule. In 10 years, there's been nothing quite like it.


And yet the original model still surpasses its imitators. It's so much purer and more exciting than the games it inspired. It doesn't have any licensed cars, so instead it features car-archetypes that crumple into gut-wrenchingly violent wrecks. Compare those to the fender-benders that wipe you out in Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Criterion's attempt at topping themselves and where you get the sense that just depicting a shattered headlight would have entailed hundreds of meetings with Lamborghini's lawyers.


Paradise isn't an online "social" experience. It's not all about collectibles and unlocks. You get new cars, but they're not the point of the game. It's about driving around a city populated entirely by cars, listening to a drivetime DJ spin classic and pop rock tracks while you drive hell-for-leather through twisting city streets, mountain passes, and idyllic farmland. It's violent, blindingly fast, and endlessly entertaining. It's created the modern arcade racing genre, but the joke is on us, because all we've done ever since is try to get back to Paradise.


Blur took real cars and real locations, but then crammed them full of Mario Kart-inspired power-ups and more neon lighting than an 80s themed nightclub. The result was a game that had two major sources of satisfaction: legitimately rewarding handling and the air-punching joy of clattering your mate with the game's legally distinct equivalent of a red shell. It shouldn't have worked but it absolutely did, like the chocolate covered pretzel of racing games.


Unlike that particular delicacy, it was also unashamedly British, so more traditional racing game locations like downtown San Francisco and Tokyo were joined by the chicken shop lined streets of Shoreditch and the beach front in Brighton. The only thing missing was torrential, unending rain.


Ernest Hemingway is famously quoted as saying that there are only three sports, bullfighting, motor racing and mountaineering and that the rest are merely games". We'd be curious to know what old Ernie would have made of Rocket League, which is a bit like his beloved motor sport but instead combines kerosene-powered cars, a giant football and literal explosions when you score. Not enough dead bulls for him, probably.


While in the end this year's F1 championship served up some brilliant races, the official game dishes them up every time you hit the start button. F1 2019 might be the culmination of years of incremental improvements but that's exactly the reason why it's also one of the best racing games around.


Assetto Corsa has become so much a part of the simracing furniture, it's difficult to remember a time before it existed. Like all great racing sims, AC nailed the fundamental handling first and foremost and then set about adding cars and tracks to taste. While there's plenty of racing machinery sitting on slick tyres in there, such is the nuance of the physics model the game's actually rarely better than when you're slithering around in an E30 BMW M3 on far less grippy road rubber. We've never been more keen to have less grip in a racing game.


When GT Sport launched with a limited car list and only a vestigal single player mode back in late 2017, everyone questioned whether Gran Turismo series creator Kazunori Yamauchi had finally lost his touch. It turns out, though, it was his way of gently forcing players towards an online racing ecosystem that took real motorsport as its inspiration. Then once everyone was indoctrinated into the cult of daily online races, he went and added more cars and a career mode too, the wag. 041b061a72


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