If you want an arcade racing game that's less like a simulator and more about speeding down the track while grabbing bonus items, Asphalt 7 is one of the best in the App Store.
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For arcade racing, you can't do much better than Asphalt 7. Tons of tracks and licensed upgradable cars mean lots of arcade-racing fun.
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