Those aren't the lowest graphic settings you tool. It's unwise to call other people a kid, Shadowww. You're not exactly one of the more mature forum members are you? I have had CSS pretty much since it was released, I know perfectly well what it looks like. I love the game but it's not a patch on what GT5 looks like. Saying it looks better graphically is just silly.
I don't understand why you're having such a tantrum to be honest. I have said so many times that I know PC gfx will always have the edge, however to say that CSS looks better than GT5, that's really clutching at straws to try and prove a point that doesn't even need proving to me.
Shadowww grow up. There's no way you can be this stupid naturally, although I'm sure you could surprise me. There are some screenshots that are better than others that show graphical strengths and weaknesses. For example the screenshot of GT5 is from the interior view of the car. I could have used a screenshot from an external view which may have been better than the one I have used. It's not hard to grasp.
i prefer games trying to look photorealistic. I mean Dirt 2 looks good, but it doesnt look "real" to me :/ some of the effects are nice like if you drive through a huge puddle, you'll be damn near blinded by mudd on the windshield.
I said in my opinion though, for me CSS does look more realistic because it is more crisp and defined.
That screenshot you posted is of what looks like an early build of css source, i've played it since beta - those player models are hunched forward and skinny like the early versions of css.
Either that or they are very bad custom models.
Destructable objects look to be turned off aswell and other items that litter the maps, so other graphical settings will be low aswell.
Like i said, it in my opinion looks more realistic to me, using a movie quality config for best visuals and for a game so old it still looks amazing. I'm not really into all the motion blur, depth of field, super 400 effects photo mode that current games ship with, i play them occasionaly, but i prefer clean cut games.
In the console version of Dirt 2 there is no Pikes Peak. The only group B cars available are Metro 6R4 and Ford RS200 (you have to unlock them), but they are in rallycross versions. It's possible to drive them on rally stages but you don't have the co-driver reading the pacenotes. Most probably this also applies to PC version unless they've added some content.
LFS is clean cut graphics without crappy immersion effects though, with better texture packs, the tracks look really good even in this day and age. Car models lack a bit of detail, but overall it still looks 10 times better than 1.6.
Comparing them to cs 1.6 is just stupid That game has looked like crap for a century