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  1. N555BAT was at the studio on launch day.
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  2. Poland is an anomaly, the speeds you're expected to maintain in order to do well can't even keep up with the draw distance of the game - especially on the ps4. It's not just you. The trick is to just know the track very, very well to the point where you know what's coming up.
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  3. Round 11 of the Official Dirt Club - Spain Plateform : PS4 PSN : JamesMcAdam1987
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  4. Helloooo CM, here few screenshot from these challenges. As always, PC platform and a rusty keyboard No editing.
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  5. Stay tuned for the next livery in development and get excited... 😁
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  6. So, I can't confirm it 100%, but I found this, and as the Japanese seems to be a superstitious bunch, I think it might be it. Edit: Apparently they skip 4th floor in buildings as well. Four is an unlucky number in Japan because it sounds like shi (死 – death). This is why there are two readings for the number four, shi and yon. Whenever possible, people try to avoid using the deathy one. The same is true of the ku (九 – nine), which sounds like ku (苦 – suffering, agony or torture).7 jan. 2019
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  7. What an absolutely awful way to design a game, especially a game which calls itself a sim! If someone wins a race irl, the opposition doesn't magically get better. It's just a horrible way to design it.
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  8. L555BAT is the car Colin won the 1995 title with and, as far as I am aware, is still in period specification @UnderclassGDfan. N555BAT is a slightly later Group A car, it has had multiple owners and been used (crashed!) and modified a bit over the years. N555BAT is currently owned by Ryan Champion (in the UK), who has had the car repainted in period colours. It has a couple of obvious "wrong" bits on it though; specifically the WRC style single roof vent and mid-level spoiler. I believe N555BAT is the car Codemasters recorded for the Group A Impreza in DiRT Rally.
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  9. I disagree with literally every sentence of this post for reasons which have already been covered in this thread. If you were right the differences would be far more incremental, but they are not. The difference between open and clubman etc. is that that is how real rally driving is essentially formatted. Not with those monikers, but the implication is that you're working your way up to pro/top level. You know, the format of just about every sports game with a career. If DR2 is going to buck the trend of every game ever then it should be at least clear about that format, which it is not.
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  10. It was N555BAT with L555BAT numberplates if I remember rightly @sqdstr. You can tell by the roof vent.
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  11. L555BAT here's the complete documentary for those who want to watch it (again) http://www.wrchd.com/racing-legends-colin-mcrae-documentary/
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  12. Opel fight 131 Best car 205 At Monaco. Return 90s Group A Go to Escort. 😂 Love This Subaru. ❤
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  13. Absolutely! I see @elura11 has been randomly disliking in the thread again: at least give us a comment!
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  15. Also, I imagine there's big insurance costs associated with driving museum pieces like these.
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  16. Chris Harris isn't just a journalist. He's also an actual real racing driver for Garage59 (I think bronze rated iirc) in the GT World Challenge, former Blancpain GT Series, so it's safe to say you can give this guy your car and be sure he's not going to smash it into the next wall. ^^ He also competed in the Formula Ford, VLN and the Porsche Cup.
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  17. Sorry but that's a complete load. Name one other game where in order to win the campaign/story/career you need to literally beat the best records ever set. Even real life sport doesn't work like that, you don't need to beat a world record in order to win a race/sporting event, in fact they are world records because they aren't routinely beaten. You're simply engaging in apologetics. You've got a whole thread of people who are really good at this game saying that it isn't working - things like AI cars being completely unaffected by weather, for example. Codies have **** the bed on this one.
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  18. This was what I believed until a few weeks ago @BatteredSav93. I managed to speak with Martyn Spurrel (ex-Prodrive engineer, Autosportif co-founder and Impreza WRCar owner) who confirmed that there was never an S4: Prodrive referred to the WRC97, WRC98 and WRC99 as S5. We got the first physical evidence last week care of a post @F2CMaDMaXX spotted on Twitter: in order to resolve a debate on the same subject, a picture of a WRC97 component was posted: it showed the part number to be prefixed S5. Incidentally, the semi-auto box was only trialled on the WRC98 late in the season (Vatanen
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  19. Just some RX stuff. Psn:KingSaturnXII
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  21. It's almost as if My Team isn't actually a career mode. It's almost as if My Team was just a ladder to see how far you could climb. An artificial leaderboard for you to chase. You "beat" the career mode the second you finished the Open Championship. Congratulations! There is literally nothing more to do after finishing Open from a "career" perspective. Seriously, the "campaign" is over. Think about it, What is the difference between Open and Clubman? A couple more stages per event and locations per championship, with faster AI. That is all any of the increases in difficulty are. They don'
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