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Which of these cars would you like Codemasters to focus on?

I wanted to sample the community and see what the opinions are about this.

Personally, I think a rally game, of Codemasters' caliber, would be incomplete without modern World Rally Cars. Unfortunately, licensing these can be a challenge.
On one hand, you have the amazing 2017-spec WRCs but licensing them, especially enough for a varied and competitive class, will be a significant hurdle. On the other hand, older generations of cars are being phased out of WRC competition, meaning they may become more accessible.

So, if Codemasters are going to choose some nice World Rally Cars to put in their game, what would you like to see most?

Which of these cars would you like Codemasters to focus on? 27 votes

More 1.6 liter 2017 WRCs (C3, i20 Coupe, New Fiesta, Yaris(okay, maybe not this one))
44%
doyley101Oscar97gtmissionAreyoubenRipperGPJepserttisteviejbDytutFedemaisonnaveAccro2008nbates66mirk1983 12 votes
More 2.0 liter and 2016 (or older) 1.6 liter WRCs (Polo R, C4, DS3, Fiesta RS, i20, Focus, 206, Impreza, Countryman etc...)
55%
KingOfCoinswarpengageP308RJorritVDboganiBigsurDanielsVJulo264carpaLynx2000Haris33ShodanCatkheiroLeMoinethecameIdriver 15 votes

Comments

  • FedemaisonnaveFedemaisonnave Member, Drivers Race Steward
    More 1.6 liter 2017 WRCs (C3, i20 Coupe, New Fiesta, Yaris(okay, maybe not this one))
    2017 spec WRC's
    R5
    R2
    And maybe a class with KitCars and old WRC's

  • warpengagewarpengage Member Race Engineer
    More 2.0 liter and 2016 (or older) 1.6 liter WRCs (Polo R, C4, DS3, Fiesta RS, i20, Focus, 206, Impreza, Countryman etc...)
    cjl9 said:
    None of the above! More focus on cars from the '60s and '70s please.

    Mini, Alpine, Escort, SAAB, 131 Abarth, Stratos
    We know that some prefer the classics, but the modern is a necessity as well if you want to properly represent the sport of rally. I often look at DiRT as a kind of Gran Turismo of rally, in which you can go through the entire history of the sport, experiencing the best of all eras. I'm not asking about replacing the classic with more modern, but rather which modern content you'd like to see the most.
  • RodgerDaviesRodgerDavies Member Champion
    I'd rather a full field of R5s (at least Skoda + Ford + Hyundai) than either modern WRC era, but the more important thing to me is full classes. Personally, I'd rather have 3 classes of 5 cars each than 5 classes of 3 cars each. I understand completely if people feel the opposite, but seeing as you asked for preferences.
  • P308RP308R Member Pit Crew
    More 2.0 liter and 2016 (or older) 1.6 liter WRCs (Polo R, C4, DS3, Fiesta RS, i20, Focus, 206, Impreza, Countryman etc...)
    I prefer the classics as well. From the 60' up to the 80'. I like the 206, 306, 307 and the older 205, 406, 504, 505 and 309 . Peugeotfan throughout here  :D But hey...need to make a choice ... ;)
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  • tbtstttbtstt Member Champion
    I want ALL OF THE RALLY CARS! :smiley:

    Body is 12 World Rally Cars too short.

    "If In Doubt, Flat Out!"


  • KingOfCoinsKingOfCoins Member Champion
    More 2.0 liter and 2016 (or older) 1.6 liter WRCs (Polo R, C4, DS3, Fiesta RS, i20, Focus, 206, Impreza, Countryman etc...)
    If every class get 5 cars minimum, I don't really care what they focus on.


    But I do like me some early 2000's WRC
    If you have everything under control, you're not going fast enough
    -Mario Andretti
  • warpengagewarpengage Member Race Engineer
    More 2.0 liter and 2016 (or older) 1.6 liter WRCs (Polo R, C4, DS3, Fiesta RS, i20, Focus, 206, Impreza, Countryman etc...)
    tbtstt said:
    I want ALL OF THE RALLY CARS! :smiley:

    Body is 12 World Rally Cars too short.
    Don't we all.                                      
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