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My vote goes to NetKar Pro.
If you have a steering wheel then no other game can touch it for physics/handling, but then it is a 'sim' and not a 'game'.
However, it's 5 years old now so if you are looking for latest top notch graphics and special effects, it's probably not for you. If on the other hand you like to do a lot of laps while improving the setup of your car to improve your times then it's brilliant.
2013/14 should be a good time for sim racing.
The only game considered a sim on that list is iRacing and it's just too damn expensive.
RaceRoom Racing Experience is still in beta and falls a bit short on the driving physics imo. It feels like the tyre sidewalls are made of cheese, really springy cheese. It does look good and there's a decent amount of content but you have to pay for it, they've gone down the iRacing route. If you want it all, it's going to cost you big time. It's still quite fun though.
RFactor 2 is interesting and still in development, the tracks 'evolve' whi