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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    No since liveries for DLC cars can't be used, and it clearly looks like it won't change, sadly
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    1979 Manx International Rally, Hannu Mikkola and Arne Hertz onboard the Ford Escort RS1800 https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/ford-escort-mkii-hannu-mikkola-manx-international-rally-1979.34518/
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    've been thinking recently. What if Shell and Ford had sticked toghether on the British Rally Championship, with a fully sponsored car, like the Black Beauty Mk2 Escort? So I created it. This Escort Cosworth would be based on the 1994 edition of the British Rally Championship, driven by Gwyndaf Evans and Howard Davies, to be more precise, on the Stena Sealink Ulster Rally from that year. And then, I decided to make a version based on the Rally El Corte Ingles, for a possible European Rally Championship participation from the Shell team. If you would like to download it, you can do it through here: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/ford-escort-cosworth-black-beauty-1994.34445/ Oh! And there is also a Ford Sierra version of this: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/ford-sierra-cosworth-ari-vatanen-black-beauty-1989.34058/
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Subaru WRX STI - Based on Colin McRae's 2006 X Games car: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/subaru-wrx-sti-colin-mcrae-x-games-2006.33382/ Subaru WRX STI - Based on Colin McRae's 2007 X Games car: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/subaru-wrx-sti-colin-mcrae-x-games-2007.33383/
  5. It is the same. In the vehicles' box (bottom left of the screen) of the daily and weekly events, it just appears the Impreza S4, so you can only use that car.
  6. Guys, it is because the Daily Community event of Australia is just for the Impreza S4 WRC, not the whole 2000cc class. It is not a bug
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    Practicing without assists

    Have you tried keeping pressed the wipers' button for about 2-3 seconds or so? It's the way you turn them off since the first DiRT Rally.
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    Colin McRae: FLAT OUT Pack

    I've been thinking for some time now about making some of the Subaru Rally Team USA skins for that boat... I mean... R4 Impreza, so, it would be possible
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    Something is coming closer...

    I mean, I would love little road sections in which you have to manage the time left to get to the SS and don't get catch by the cops doing so 😂
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    DiRTy Car Wishlists!

    Because the Favorit is a Group A category car, an A5 if I'm not mistaken, due to its engine being 1.3L
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    The Car Class Allocation Thread

    I have discussed this many times in here, but people thought I was crazy...
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    Golf Skin

    Well, I'll have to agree there. Maybe it's just nostalgia, like with the 206 WRC. In spite of being historically correct, that's not a Kit Car Golf, so the grey livery fits better (while also aggreing that the blue British Rally Championship looks even better)
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    Golf Skin

    People have suggested lots of ways to unlock livery modding without giving acces to the whole files, take a look at what pCARS did, they even gave players the layers for skinning. I want to believe a company such as Codemasters can do it. PS: This is in no way a meaning of being offensive towards the team nor anything like that.
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    Why water physics was cut off from DIRT series?

    If from my post, you can only "argue" about the career mode, it means that Kyloton is doing something really well. But well, what makes you think they have more resources? You have to pay for the license, it's not like the FIA or the WRC promoter is putting money in developing the game... Also, if sim fans don't need a career mode, why games like Assetto Corsa Competizione include one? There is more than hotlapping (and career mode does not mean you can't drive your favorite car on any track, should the game happen to include your favourite car...)
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    Why water physics was cut off from DIRT series?

    It also has dynamic weather so... I won't say it's a perfect game, I'm having a hard time getting used to the cars, but I have to recognize them that they've done a great job in some aspects of the game, like career mode, stage design, times of day/weather...
  16. But what about the F3 category them? 😅
  17. Completely forgot they called it Formula 2!! You are completely right. In my opinion, FIA 2-Litre World Rally Cup just refers to the championship's name, like World Rally Championship, whilst F2 is the name of the category, like World Rally Car. I mean, F2 category is based upon the A7 category, 2.0L engines and FWD, then, there is F3, based on the A6 category, which fits for 1.6L FWD cars like the Saxo Kit Car, 106 Maxi, but I think also the Micra (which is, if memory doesn't fail, an A5 category car). Sorry for multiquoting, it's just that I like this kind of talks, like a lot.
  18. The only thing in which a rally Kit Car and a normal kit cars are the same is that both use a body kit (even thought, 1996 Kit Cars apart from the Clio, Megane and some few exception just added spoilers), but a rally Kit Car is much more, as those body kits are installed and mounted from the factory (unlike a normal kit car, in which you have to build it yourself). They use lightweight parts, meaning these cars could weight as less as 900-910 kg before the FIA impossed a weight ballast to make them slower than WRC cars in asphalt. And finally but not less important, they sported highly tuned mechanics, so as the cars they were based in where around 150-180 hp in their 16 valves-2.0L engine configurations, this cars where between 265-300 hp in rallying configuration, using "the same" engine. Don't think so. I've never been sure what F2 exactly means, but I think it is something like WRC being F1 (never called like that) as they use the top "formula" (this is, 2.0L engines and AWD), 2.0L Kit Cars and '93 to '96 2.0L FWD rally cars being F2 and 1.6L and '93 to '96 1.6L rally cars being F3 as they used sameller-slowest formulas, thus comparing rallying to open-wheelers in the use of "formulas".
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Thank you for the kind words! Makes it easier to keep on working I'm planning on doing it for the DiRT Rally one, if it helps 😅
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    DiRT Rally 2.0 - Share your Screenshots!

    I know livery mods aren't te go-to here, but today I wanted to share this little tribute
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    I have been holding the release of this liveries for some weeks, but I think today is a good day to release it. This is a little tribute to Markko Märtin, but specially, to Michael Parks. I'm recreating the 2002 Focus WRC, on the San Remo and Network Q GB rallys, on the R5 Fiesta. They finished 5th on the Italian event, while clinching a podium on the Wales rally, as they finished in 2nd place. I'm gladly surprised how well it fits the Fiesta. Hope you like it, guys! R.I.P. Beef DOWNLOAD
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    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Ah, the '86 championship winning car (no trolling here).
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    DiRTy Car Wishlists!

    While I agree in that having cars like the 306 Cosworth would be a chimera (you wouldn't even get a license to call it a Peugeot 306), I disagree in that some of them are far from "the original rally meaning". Let's not forget that, for many years, rallying was based around crazy ideas (Group B and S cars are prototypes, not in the more strict form of the word, but they are), like sticking a new front end to you Beta Montecarlo, adding a Volumex to the engine, and go rallying around the world. As for license, well, I don't think Citroen is a problem honestly. The relationship between CM and the PSA Group seems to be pretty good, with 3 Citroens, 2 Peugeots (and 2 more comming) and 3 Opels.
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    DiRTy Car Wishlists!

    The car in the picture is a Ferrari 308 GTB, not a 288 GTO, which was a Group 4 rally car, so it could fit perfectly in the H3 RWD class. There was also a rally Group B prototype, the 308 GT/M, while the 288 GTO was for the circuit-racing side of the Group B, as well as the Porsche 959 (despite the Porsche being finally used in rally-raids).
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