Table Top Racing gives you three modes of play to choose from, but it also has the normal upgrades and car purchases to keep you coming back for more. You have the 12 championships to work through that are littered with numerous modes, with the likes of elimination, combat, pursuit, hot laps, time trials, and basic races being some of the few that spring to mind when thinking back of my time with the game.
Now while championships was indeed a fun little mode to play, it's not a mode that doesn't have its faults. The main one being that you can reach a point where you do feel like you are racing the same track repeatedly, which tries to be sorted with the game having 32 routes in total. As a player that number didn't feel that high to me, as I did find myself feeling like I'd played one certain track way too many times (track called Junk in da trunk) in the first hour or two. Maybe playing it in long bursts for two hours or so is to blame.Who knows.
The second mode we have is Special Events, a mix of all tracks and modes in the game, but with all of them requiring either a certain car, wheels and XP level if you want to try and beat them. They feature all the modes I spoke about above, but to be honest, it wasn't a mode I found myself using that much with my time on the game. Championships pretty much covered all bases in giving me everything I wanted, and with this not really offering me anything different just made it a mode that was just there. I guess the one use here is you can use them to collect the 6 supercoins found on each track, with each coin you find you get a decent amount of cash for them. Other than that though, a very throwaway mode for me.
Multiplayer just works as well as you expect, all be it a little quiet even now at launch. All the modes and tracks are there to choose from, and just playing actual people and not the trolling AI can make the game a more fun experience.
Overall: A fun littler racer that offers a fun online and championship mode, while also having a few faults that might be the thing that stop TTR: World Tour being something you find yourself dying to play on a daily basis.