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  1. Of course. Only professional countdowns are allowed here.
  2. Loenbro bought two M-Sport cars if I remember rightly, so I think the above is an M-Sport car with modifications. I know some of the Focus RX RS bits went into the Arpin car, so I assume they did the same with the second car used by Pecoy?
  3. I don't think we had a proper 2019 rallycross thread on the old forum, did we? With more news coming about the forthcoming World and GRC Europe Championships, I thought I'd start a thread up for all the 2019 rallycross Championships. Just seen the news that GRX have confirmed three cars for the World Championship in 2019: http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/10226/grx-taneco-launches-three-driver-programme Full season for Gronholm and Timerzyanov with select drives for Nitiss.
  4. This idea just cropped us as a result of the Discord group, but this is a thread purely for videos of DR2.0 in action. No chat, speculation, wishes or any other text: just post the video! (and then discuss it in the Gossip Thread) https://youtu.be/DeZsc9rMXgA https://youtu.be/sdBAc29N97c https://youtu.be/A5Z-wk8iPg8 https://youtu.be/y5qC83HFrec https://youtu.be/CNRf8a0q7Mk https://youtu.be/uOOu1RBnJlY https://youtu.be/9dpM3xJJJak https://youtu.be/LDmUZXS1oGY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tpV_5R5GhA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-2YwL6hi8o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZjuEjqVKHs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhXhTzmKKQg
  5. Yeah, now LHMC are back in charge they seem to have won a few of the dissatisfied drivers over, plus there are a couple of drivers making the transition to Supercar, so it is looking like it might be a good season.
  6. Hang on, so let me get this right. The OP has coming here to complain that he is dissatisfied and seeking recompense, when actually... ...he is completely satisfied with the product? There is a word for that isn't there? Oh yeah, I got it: Codemasters and the contributors in this thread now all demand compensation for your attempted deception @KolysioN. That's how it works, right?
  7. Base Game Cars Rally Historic Rally H1 (FWD) (3/3): Citroen DS 21 (Confirmed here) Lancia Fulvia (Confirmed here) Mini Cooper (Confirmed here) Historic Rally H2 (FWD) (2/2): Peugeot 205 GTI (Confirmed here) Volkswagen Mk.2 Golf GTI (Confirmed here) Historic Rally H2 (RWD) (4/4): Fiat 131 Abarth (Confirmed here) Ford Mk.2 Escort (Confirmed here) Opel Kadett C GT/E (Confirmed here) Renault Alpine A110 (Confirmed here) Historic Rally H3 (RWD) (6/6): BMW E30 M3 (Confirmed here) Datsun 240Z (Confirmed here) Ford Sierra RS Cosworth (Confirmed here) Lancia Stratos (Confirmed here) Opel Ascona 400 (Confirmed here) Renault 5 Turbo (Confirmed here) Historic Rally Group B (4WD) (5/5): Audi Sport quattro E2 (Confirmed here) Ford RS200 (Confirmed here) Lancia Delta S4 (Confirmed here) MG Metro 6R4 (Confirmed here) Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2 (Confirmed here) Modern Rally Group A (4/4): Ford Escort RS Cosworth (Confirmed here) Lancia Delta Integrale (Confirmed here) Subaru Impreza WRX STi (Confirmed here) Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI (Confirmed here) Modern Rally GT (5/5): Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 (Confirmed here) BMW M2 Competition (World Championship participation reward) (Confirmed here) Chevrolet Camaro GTR.4 (Confirmed here) Ford Mustang GT4 (Confirmed here) Porsche (997) 911 RGT (pre-order bonus) (Confirmed here) Modern Rally R2 (3/3): Ford Fiesta R2 (Confirmed here) Opel Adam R2 (Confirmed here) Peugeot 208 R2 (Confirmed here) Modern Rally NR4/R4 (2/2): Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X (Confirmed here) Subaru WRX STI NR4 (Confirmed here) Modern Rally R5 (6/6): Citroen C3 R5 (Confirmed here) Ford Fiesta R5 (Confirmed here) Mitsubishi Space Star R5 (Confirmed here) Peugeot 208 T16 R5 (Confirmed here) Skoda Fabia R5 (Confirmed here) Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 (Confirmed here) Rallycross Supercars (7/7): Audi S1 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) Ford Mk. 7 Fiesta 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) Ford Mk. 8 Fiesta 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) Peugeot 208 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) Renault Megane RS RX 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) Subaru WRX STI (Confirmed here) Volkswagen Polo R 4x4 T16 (Confirmed here) RX Lites (1/1): OMSE RX Lite (Confirmed here) Super 1600 (3/3): Opel Corsa S1600 (Confirmed here) Renault Clio S1600 (Confirmed here) Volkswagen Polo S1600 (Confirmed here) Crosskarts (1/1): Speedcar Xtrem (Confirmed here) Confirmed Rally Cars (Base Game): 38 (39 with pre-order, 40 following World Championship participation) Confirmed Rallycross Cars(Base Game): 12 Total Confirmed Car (Base Game): 50 (51 with pre-order, 52 following World Championship participation) DLC Cars Modern Rally Group A (1/1): Subaru Legacy RS (Flat Out Pack)(Confirmed here) Modern Rally 2000cc (8/8): 2010 Citroen C4 Rally (DLC1)(Confirmed here) 2001 Ford Focus WRC (DLC3)(Confirmed here) 2007 Ford Focus RS Rally (DLC1)(Confirmed here) Peugeot 206 WRC (DLC3)(Confirmed here) 2005 Skoda Fabia Rally (DLC1)(Confirmed here) 1998 Subaru Impreza S4 (Flat Out Pack)(Confirmed here) 2001 Subaru Impreza (DLC3)(Confirmed here) 2008 Subaru Impreza (DLC1)(Confirmed here) Historic Rally Group B (RWD) (4/4): BMW M1 Procar (DLC1)(Confirmed here) Lancia 037 Evo 2 (DLC2)(Confirmed here) Opel Manta 400 (DLC1)(Confirmed here) Porsche 911 SC RS (DLC2)(Confirmed here) Kit Car (3/3): Peugeot 306 Maxi (DLC3)(Confirmed here) Seat Ibiza (DLC3)(Confirmed here) Volkswagen Golf (DLC3)(Confirmed here) Group B Rallycross (4/4): Ford RS200 Evolution (DLC2)(Confirmed here) Lancia Delta S4 (DLC2)(Confirmed here) MG Metro 6R4 (DLC2)(Confirmed here) Peugeot 205 T16 (DLC2)(Confirmed here) Supercars (2019) (9/9): 2019 Audi S1 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Ford Mk. 8 Fiesta 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Ford Fiesta (STARD) 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Ford Fiesta RXS Evo 5 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 MINI Cooper S 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Peugeot 208 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Renault Clio RS RX 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Renault Megane RS RX 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) 2019 Seat Ibiza 4x4 T16 (DLC4)(Confirmed here) Confirmed DLC Rally Cars: 16 Confirmed DLC Rallycross Cars: 13 Total Confirmed Car (Base Game, DLC1, DLC2, DLC3, DLC4 & Flat Out Pack) 79 (80 with pre-order, 81 following World Championship participation)
  8. tbtstt

    Hyundai DLC

    Seems like Gronholm RX agree with you: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8vwI4cDKJT/ Fingers crossed that we at least get the rallycross car!
  9. tbtstt

    DiRT Rally 2.0 Confirmed Car List

    Thought I would post this here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8vwI4cDKJT/ I don't think it is enough evidence to confirm that we are definitely getting another car for DR2.0, but perhaps (hopefully!) there might be a car or two more to come after the Flat Out pack?
  10. I think the Twingo makes a great looking Super 1600 car: that livery looks cool as well. Going to be tough to make an impression in S1600 this year if all the Volland cars show up again!
  11. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    I knew I shouldn't have started the rally so late, but I thought I was awake enough to at least finish a stage or two before I threw my car at the scenery!
  12. @JorritVD has already put one of it up, but a couple more Subaru(ish) pictures for 29...
  13. One day you'll experience a real scam and realise how utterly ridiculous your posts on here sound @KolysioN.
  14. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Well at least you got further into the event than I did @JorritVD: less than 10 corners into the first stage and I badly overestimated my corner speed and threw my Fiesta straight off the side of a hill. I probably could have carried on, but I was so annoyed that I rage quit!
  15. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    I think it is a fair argument to say one of their cars should have won the Championship last year. I blame Niclas appendix.
  16. That is what I am doing at the moment: got a couple of the Historic Championships outstanding and I am going to try and fit another World RX Championship (or two) in.
  17. tbtstt

    Next game car wishlist

    I would personally prefer not to see that gold (or the black) "No Fear" livery on an S12b, as that Open Class car isn't close to WRCar specification. That picture you have linked is from McRae on his last public appearance before his death: he drove the S12b on the Saturday and his own McRae R4 on the Sunday. As has been discussed before, I'd love to the S12b in a DiRT Rally game: still can't understand why they went for the S14 instead of the S12b!
  18. 32 days to go! So here is a Subaru we've got... ...and one that we'd all like!
  19. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Forgive the double post (especially as this post isn't actually related to DiRT), but a second Mitsubishi WRC article is now up on Speedhunters: http://www.speedhunters.com/2020/02/spoiler-alert-gigi-gallis-2005-rally-japan-lancer-wrc/
  20. tbtstt

    Next game car wishlist

    A Rally America Open Class would be cool, though the vast majority of cars in it would be SRT USA cars! As I recall it that Impreza was basically a Group N car with a few extra bits nailed to it, so it could fit within a Group N class.
  21. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    🤦‍♂️ And that is why I shouldn't reply to anything before I've woken up properly!
  22. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    The chassis (and I believe some of the drivetrain components) used for the GRX i20 came from Hyundai Motorsport, but that is where the official connection ends. I did originally wonder if the absence of the GRX i20 was due to a similar issue to the EKS S1 in DiRT 4. I agree that it could just be advertising, but the Tweet Instagram post is oddly specific.
  23. PSRXVW Polos had a few significant differences when compared to the other Polo Supercars out there: most obvious one being the cooling package all being located up front. The Svardal Polo is the ex-Marklund car that Rustad tried to drive through the barriers at Silverstone.