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TiPb GRAND PRIX: Grand Champion and Grand Prize Winners!

There are now over 3000 apps in the App Store, many of them games, and many of the games are… racers? Yup, sure seems that way. A half dozen or so at least, and more on the way. How’s a gamer to decide? Simple, the TiPb GRAND PRIX!

Once a week for the last few weeks we reviewed 2 racing games head-to-head and app-vs-app. Based on our review scores, we picked the winner… and one of you, our readers, won the winning app! The winner of last week's winning App, Moto Chaser, is:

SFGuy

And, after 6 reviews, 3 heats, and the month-long iPhone blog GRAND PRIX, our Grand Championship iPhone racing game is:

Asphalt 4: Elite Racing!

It was a close race, the comedic carnage of Crash with the motorcycle mayhem of Moto Crasher were neck in neck... but the full on fury of Asphalt just couldn't be denied. With killer 3D graphics and super-tight gameplay, it burned up the back stretch and drifted clear across the finish line. Congrats to the developers!

Last and certainly most our Grand Prize winner of $10 iTunes gift certificate to buy the Grand Champ App, and a $50 iMore Store gift certificate to stock up on their favorite iPhone accessories is:

Guille!

Congratulations, Guille!

And thanks to everyone who joined in our GRAND PRIX, and stay logged on to TiPb, because we'll be back with our next contest very soon, with more chances to win more great prizes -- starting in the forums!

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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good reviews, will be keeping an eye out for the others. Maybe could you also include your most recommended app that isn't in the featured or top 25 place?
Kind regards, Tushar.

Heyy!! It seems I won hehe. Shall I head to the forums to get some info on how to get those fabulous prizes?? ^^ Good luck in future GRAND PRIXes to everyone!

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