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    For those, who are interested, I prepared a table, which shows in which GRID games particular tracks appear. Everything is explained.
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    Hey team - we've kept you waiting long enough to find out what's coming to Season 2 for GRID, so let's jump straight in, shall we? GRID’s next slate of post-launch content takes things up a gear, with Season 2 and the Track Day Supercars pack, launching February 12 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Six new cars, built for both beauty and speed, drop into GRID, alongside another Career mode expansion and the addition of a world-renowned circuit. Ultimate Edition players receive the full slate of content, and there’s plenty of additions that are free for all players, too. So, let’s take a look at what’s coming next to GRID... Track Day Supercars - Four New Cars Season 2’s line-up of new cars is a stunning selection of exotic, powerful, ground-breaking machines, crafted by the world’s most famous manufacturers. Ultimate Edition players receive access to the Ferrari FXX, Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro, Brabham BT62, and the Pagani Zonda Revolución. In Multiplayer, the Pagani Zonda will be available to race as a loan car for all players. Two Bonus Cars But that’s not all – the Track Day Supercar pack includes two more cars, available to everyone. Good luck taming the Ferrari 599XX Evo, and the Ford GT Heritage Edition – two more automotive monsters that dominate both the road and the racetrack. New Circuit: Red Bull Ring We’re once again adding to GRID’s list of circuits in Season 2, with a venue that’s been a staple of world motorsport championships for 50 years. This is Austria, and this is the Red Bull Ring. With its relatively unchanged layout since 1996, the Red Bull Ring is known for creating dramatic racing, with huge braking zones and overtaking opportunities galore. Find the uphill apex at the Niki Lauda Curve, soar up the mountainside, and dare to brake later than the rest into the intimidating Turn 2. Infield, shorter, and reverse routes of the Red Bull Ring are also included, with each route playable in all weather conditions. The new circuit is available to all GRID players in Career, Free Play, and Multiplayer. New Career Expansion Finally, Season 2 brings a further expansion to Career mode, with an extra 33 events using the Red Bull Ring and four Track Day Supercars. Ultimate Edition players can find the events in the new tab, from the Career menu. Experience our hand-picked selection of races, with two new threads, fresh Showdown events, and the latest Ravenwest Motorsport challenge. As always, with a new season for GRID comes more technical improvements and community-requested additions. The headline in this area for Season 2 is the option to extend the length of races in Career mode - full details on this addition, available for all players, is on the Codemasters Forums. This follows the recent free addition of Session Search to Multiplayer - a public lobbies system that allows players to search and enter sessions created by others. Sound like enough to Get Your Heart Racing? Be a GRID Ultimate Edition player to receive not just all of Season 2 and the Track Day Supercars, but all Season 1 – Hot Hatch Showdown content, and any future additions to GRID. The Track Day Supercars pack, consisting of the four exclusive cars and 33 Career events, will also be available to purchase separately on the Steam, Xbox and Microsoft stores. Finally, Season 2 will also be coming to Google Stadia at a later date - follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date on that and much more. For now though, get ready for six new supercars, a world-famous circuit, and much more with Season 2 of GRID.
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    nope, I understand you perfectly. the S1/S2 pass that you'd be paying for a second time is essentially wasted, since you've already got it. and you want a cheaper price on the Year 1 pass because you already own half that content. but that's exactly why it doesn't matter. what you actually get from this bundle is only the stuff that you want. the rebate you feel you should be getting is, in practical terms, the price difference between what the S3/S4 pass has always been - 30Eur - and what the Year 1 pass is now - 15Eur (they discounted it even more on Friday the 31st). that's the 50% discount. so my question is, would you be complaining right now if it was specifically the S3/S4 bundle that was on sale for 15Eur? if your answer is no, my response remains "so what? you're getting the same stuff." if your answer is yes, then my response is: lol, gamers are so entitled. get over it.
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    Seems like you fail to understand me. In bundles where you parts, the parts you own are not bought again. However, a package rebate is still applied. As Codemasters have NOT made it so Deluxe Edition owners are recognized as having the Deluxe Edition one would need to buy that again. If I were to add the Super Deluxe Edition in my cart, I would not pay for DR 2.0 again, however, I would pay for Season 1+2 again even though I own it. The same goes for Year Pass. I have to buy, as in pay for Season 1+2 again. Even though I own it. You see the difference? Compare that to e.g Euro Truck Simulator 2, if I were to buy the Essential Bundle there, I own 5 out of 6 things. Then those 5 are removed from the bundle, and the cost is of the parts of the bundle I don't own. And I get the package rebate on that one product. Because unlike Codemasters, SCS Software have actually recognized everything I already have paid for, and those are removed from the bundle. That way I don't have to pay for something I already have paid for, which I have to with DR 2.0
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    one more set of screenshots, which kinda sums up a lap at Montelegre
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    We should have all these 38 around tracks in newest Grid game as regular additions from game to game.. Why franchise like Forza Motorsport , Project Cars , Gran Turismo do this and Codemasters do not ? Toca 3 also had huge content
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    Official DiRT Club round 8 in Poland. Poland, and Finland, are maybe not my most favorite rally because of the higher speeds in combination with a controller (PS4). But nevertheless I finished again. What better to do the rally with the new season livery on the Fabia 🙂
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    Incredible clasp of gold to an entire living legend like Mcrae. I would like for the next Dirt Rally, or whatever it’s called, to have these two Audis:
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    It's been on our to-do list for months but is a notoriously tricky bug to reproduce (and thus fix). I had it once on Xbox, but going back to Main Menu and restarting the Stage cleared it up. Try Irish:
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    Looks nice, how much extra was the Ultimate Edition again? I cannot wait until the 9 track pack lands in Season 3 with all the new textures
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    Just to clarify, that doesn't mean the car was rushed, just that it was bumped up the pipeline ahead of other cars. (At a guess it was developed around the time of the World RX cars)
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    40 years ago, Walter Röhrl won his first Monte Carlo with the 131, keeping his promise to give everyone over 10 minutes. (!) Rosemeyer78, PS4
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    Right @KryspaPL, @dani211212, @Malling, @Snoopy43, @RintasTimppa, @RookieOne and @PJTierney (and anyone else with any interest in Subaru rally cars), gather round, because I have a snippet of Impreza information for you... ...so, as I mentioned earlier, I have been asking around for a while now to try and figure the "S" number thing out and, after posting on a rally page on Facebook, I was given a couple of names to contact. One of those names was Martyn Spurrell: Martin was an engineer for Prodrive during the SWRT-era, former MD at Autosportif, Impreza WRCar owner and now deals in rally cars, so he knows his stuff. I sent him a message a few days ago and heard nothing until earlier this evening. Martin confirmed that Prodrive used the S5 designation for the WRC97, WRC98 and WRC99 Impreza rally cars. Much like the Audi "S1 E2" thing, he has seen the wrong S4 (and now S3) designation spread around the internet (and into print media as well), but there isn't really a lot he can do to correct it (he has pointed out that several ex-Prodrive guys have posted about it online, but they have gone unnoticed). What Martin says ties in with the Impreza WRCar specification list on Subaru WRC Spares, which starts at S5, but raises another question: why do the numbers start at S5? Well it turns out Prodrive used an "S" designation for their earlier Subaru rally programs; S1 was the Group A Legacy, S2 was the Group N Legacy and S3 was the Group A Impreza. Considering that each of these individual cars had the same "S" number for their entire lifespan, it kind of makes sense that Prodrive applied S5 to the WRC97, WRC98 and WRC99 as each were minor evolutions of the original World Rally Car design, where the WRC2000 was a complete ground up redesign. And S4? There wasn't one. Prodrive skipped it and neither Martin, nor anyone else he knows from Prodrive, has any idea why!
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    ya, plus the 2000cc class already has 7 cars and two imprezas, whereas Group A just has 4 and 1 Impreza. anyways, for me ideally it would be: Group A: Impreza 95, Legacy, Delta, Escort Early 00cc: Impreza 98, Evo VI, Focus 01, Impreza 01, 206 Late 00cc: Fabia, C4, Focus 07, Impreza 08
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    I think these new cars and liveries are the best. Platform: PC Steam From the R2 Italian Championship and daily challenges
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    SDL_Quinto / PS4 / Polo R5 Petter Solberg livery
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    Round 7 of the Official DiRT Club - New Zealand My first time with the Citroën C5 R5, suprisingly a good car to drive. maybe it is also because of stages, but it seems balanced and wants to rotate. My first round of stages were pretty bad and needed to change a pucture. If I would have been better in the first three stages, I might have finished in the top 50. I think I even got a possible fastest split in one of the later stages.
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    M2 Competition full gass Ibiza month event. Thanks Codemasters, beautiful event. Panizzi Mode on. 306 best kit car My prefetite car at the game Colin my Idol. Rx mode on nice car 208 In The fantastic Montecarlo. The night flight. Love this car Adam r2 Fantastic sound and drive 😉 Walter mode on. 🙋 206 in the rock mountain. Leggend car and the leggend location Nice Fiesta rx2 nice driving. Dirt fisch. 🎮😅 555 live at Monaco 🙂 205 Germany attack M3 full brake limit
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    Just seperate the wheel players from the pad players. You can never make the playground equal. For TT 2 different time tables. For online lobies/leagues it should be possible for the host to set assists and required device.
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