Reality Racing Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Reality Racing was a competition-based reality television show that debuted May 19, 2007 on Spike TV. The show was described by one journalist as 'NASCAR meets American Idol,' but failed to achieve its first season advertising sales performance targets and was cancelled. The show aired alongside the shows Trucks! and Bullrun, and was an essential component of Spike's Powerblock.
An angry customer shared this on social media, he said " I purchased this for my 10 year old niece for Christmas after seeing it in store at the local Wal-Mart. I thought it would be perfect for her. She opened it on Christmas and was so excited. We downloaded it on her new iPhone 7 and the steering wheel would not connect to allow her to play. We download the game again on her sister's iphone 6 and same probably the steering wheel wouldn't connect. I downloaded it on my Samsung Note 5 and same thing it would connect and then disconnect. It was a complete waste of money and she was so disappointed by this not working. You should stop selling these or fix your app so kids can actually play this."
Jim_Kaufman says"Getting caught up on news, really wasn't on Twitter this weekend. I know this is the reality and the right call but… https://t.co/wVzwU6rS5m"
a_winslow1998 says"The IndyCar race will probably be cut, and fans in the PNW will have to suffer with no racing in their local areas.… https://t.co/lTvmZu8wIg"
Liberty_Vixen says"@TehGuvenuh ? Closer to making the racing a reality, albeit never as a professional. Hope to be racing within the n… https://t.co/FKDRuD1fn8"
FinPowrie says"@BloodHorse @sidgustafson Is it not slightly ironic that the wording (of this headline) - suggests "approval" to ra… https://t.co/ICqWrW0fXz"
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