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  1. 1 hour ago, Jack4688 said:

    Actually it is. British Isles refers to the islands of Britain, Ireland and anything else in between. The distinction is that the nations within those islands is Republic of Ireland and United Kingdom. Great Britain refers only to the countries of England, Scotland and Wales.

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    Ask any irish person and they'll tell you differently 😂

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  2. 2 hours ago, Jack4688 said:

    If I remember correctly the stages names in CMR2.0 sounded North-of-England-ish. Hang on, is this a clue you’re adding something else in UK outside of Wales??????

    It’s either gonna be Ulster, Yorkshire, Kielder, Grizedale, Scottish Borders or further north in the Trossachs area.

    Before we start OVER-speculating @PJTierney‘s comment was in reply to a comment about ‘UK’, so not including any rallies elsewhere in the British Isles (Rep. of Ireland or Isle of Man) 😉

    Republic of Ireland isn't in the the "British Isles" 


  3. 1 hour ago, tbtstt said:

    Yep, that's (as far as I know!) correct. As @bogani says all the Impreza WRCars ran equal length exhaust manifolds.

    The Subaru noise is still there, but it isn't as distinct as the Group A (and the ALS sound is very different) 

    The later wrc subaru like the s12 b has an amazing sound ,one car I never get sick of seeing on the stages 

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  4. 14 minutes ago, tbtstt said:

    I can't decide. It sounds like you can hear compressor surge on both acceleration and off throttle, which I don't recall happening with such frequency on the Legacy. Based on the engine note though, it sounds like Group A or early WRCar. The frequency of the compressor surge sound makes me think - or rather I want to think - it is the holy grail...

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    Doesnt sound like the wrc car more of the group A which is very similar to the legacy


  5. On 11/27/2019 at 2:19 PM, AlexSpartan316 said:

    I will pay way more for a well done new rally location...no problem. Something fun and super technical like idk rally Corsica...something with really tight hairpins and roads barely larger than your car (and with tight I mean turns where you have to really rotate the car and be precise,unless you want to get stuck )

    You mean an Irish rally then 😉hedges higher than the car ,grass on the middle of the road and muck and stones pulled out over the road from the the 1st few cars to make it extra slippy, if anyone wants to see any videos of irish events just look at flyinn Finn motorsport on YouTube. Corsica is iconic too

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