It’s a bank holiday and appropriately, the roads have been filled with bewildered day-trippers, tootling about the place as they’ve aimed to make the most of the bonus workless day.
Unfortunately, they’re called ‘bank holiday drivers’ for a reason, a bunch of confused, slow-moving Mr Toads clogging up the roads and generally upsetting the rest of us real people. You’re far better off staying in and investing £14.95 in DIRT 3 for the Xbox or PS3. It’s the complete edition and we’re filling up the rest of the paragraph by copying and pasting the fact that it’s got “more cars, more locations, more routes and more events than any other game in the series, including over 50 rally cars representing the very best from five decades of the sport.” There. The end.
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