Well, not for real. How about instead a new xBox game (xBox not included). From gamespot.com:
Without the Colin McRae Rally series, rally racing would be virtually unknown in the United States. Well, technically, this extreme version of motorsport is simply ignored by the vast majority of American racing fans. Nonetheless, the Colin McRae series has managed to find a niche in the American gaming market with a consistent string of quality games that satisfy off-road racing fans and gearhead tweakers alike. Colin McRae Rally 4, released a scant seven months ago here in North America, was notable for its improved graphics, nominal online features, and, possibly best of all, budget price. Colin McRae Rally 2005 ups the ante–if only a bit–with improved online play, an interesting career mode, and the same solid driving model fans of the series have come to love.
hough the best-known rally cars are the highly tuned 4WD models–the Subaru Impreza WRX, the Lancer Evolution VIII, the Peugeot 206, and the Ford Focus, among others–CMR2005 has a great number of classic and lesser-known rally cars, including 2WD models such as the VW Polo, the CitroÃ«n Saxo, and the VW Golf GTi; classic models such as the Ford Escort Cosworth and the Toyota Celica GT-Four; and oddities such as the Mini Cooper S and even a Nissan pickup based on the model McRae himself drove in the 2004 Paris-Dakar Rally. Notably missing from the game’s car list is the Toyota Corolla, a model that found a good deal of real-life rallying success in the late 1990s.
This might have to be picked up for play on the widescreen this weekend!