They are definitely glued - I always thought it was due to their unnatural responses, but that clearly isn't the case any more....A fair question - it's pretty lousy racecraft - but it does bring up a strange issue with the game, since the AI cars are unreasonably glued to the track during interactions with the player car. I've been punted by the dunce AI rear-ending me a few times at what wasn't a huge speed variation, yet I've intentionally bumped them a few times at what can only be considered indecent speeds to see them still navigate their single-file line without change.
Well, normally that would be a fair assumption - though not really when it was announced beforehand. True, some people will have received the game as a gift, like I did - still didn't stop me from checking on its progress and to get an idea of what I could expect....Buying a game and expecting it to be complete is hardly unreasonable. You don't think some of the blame should fall on, oh I dunno, the company that didn't finish it?
To say nothing of those who received the game as a gift...