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  1. Jo-La-Mouche

    Dirt Rally 2.0 got Colin Mcrae pack now ....

    You bring back some F#@$ing good memories my lad...
  2. Thanks for the clarification @ChrisGrovesMCM, I'm happy with that !
  3. Please leave my cars all dirty and scratchy !
  4. Jo-La-Mouche

    ♥♥♥♥ Stuttering *&$^$^%$@@# ♥♥♥♥ !

    Aren't games supposed to be a relaxing hobby ?
  5. Reading this topic I feel quite alone, because I don't mind my car keeping the scratches and the dirt over the next race. I am well aware it goes against any racing / sponsoring principle, but it's like I've come a long way with the car and this is kind of all the memories attached to it. I'm wondering how far will the car turn into the color of the filter of an industrial hoover. But the car is alive ! And as for us, life lays scars and we keep them.
  6. Jo-La-Mouche

    GRID - Mode/Feature/Content Suggestions

    Hello Grid Team, In the career mode, I would suggest to add the number of laps for the selected event. Like before entering the event. Is it going to be a quick event with only 3 laps per race on small tracks or a longer event with 5 laps on full courses? Might be interesting to get a hint before the selection. So I'll be able to select the event according to the time I want to play or the time I'm lying myself about when I'll be going to bed and put on some sleep. Please, help me with my sleep schedule ! 😄
  7. Jo-La-Mouche

    Track length info

    Hello World of Grid players. My concern is for the PS4 version of the game but maybe other platform have the same "issue", even though I'm not really sure it is an issue. When the track is loading before the race, the panel with the track info states a number of kilometers. Is it the length of the track, or the length of the race? I assumed it was the length of the race because it was always more than a couple of hundreds kilometers, but it seems it's the length of the track? Maybe with decimal separator missing somewhere? For example, Paris - New York Avenue is displayed at 529 km, whether the race is 1, 30 or 99 laps. Shouldn't it be like "5.29 km" or "5,29 km" ? I'll take a screenshot to show you what I'm talking about, might be easier to understand. But, anyway, any idea?