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Ruben Correa Alves

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  1. Why not post the minimum as well?
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  2. SLAM001 said:
    So could there be 12 in New England?
    Probably two long stages per location, each cut in half and reversed:

    Stage 1 complete
    Stage 1 half a
    Stage 1 half b

    Stage 1 complete reversed
    Stage 1 half a reversed
    Stage 1 half b reversed

    Stage 2 complete
    Stage 2 half a
    Stage 2 half b

    Stage 2 complete reversed
    Stage 2 half a reversed
    Stage 2 half b reversed

  3. The strange thing here in the Netherlands (and probably everywhere) is that physical games were €60 in the stores long before the digital market existed, those prices never changed in the last 15 years. So it's not the physical market that dropped in price but rather the digital market that started out €10-€15 more expensive right from the get go. I would actually expect the digital market to be cheaper as all they need to cover is hosting costs, whereas the physical market needs more expensive physical storage and shipping.

  4. USA is not going to be a gravel rally. That was confirmed kind of under the radar last month:
    Argentina’s, New Zealand, Poland and Australia are what we’ve got for loose surfaces. It was making sure they felt spot on, because the difference you feel between a surface in Poland which is incredibly fine, against Argentina which is incredibly heavy, we wanted to make sure that players were able to feel the differences between those two as well. So yeah, that combines very nicely.

    USA is either tarmac or snow, if you don't count that as loose.

  5. tbtstt said:
    Subaru didn't have a production 1.6L engine available, therefore Subaru had no suitable engine for WRC should they have wanted to return. I have a suspicion that, thanks to the internet, this has been read that flat engines were banned from rallying. 
    I always read that everywhere, but as far as I know it was just the WRX model that didn't get the 1.6. The base model (non WRX) Impreza have been getting 1.6 or 1.5 engines since the very first generation Impreza, including the current Impreza after WRX became it's own seperate model.