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  1. Kuris

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    My favorite car is that Celica ST185 and the Subarus looked really nice as well. Both cars had McRae's name on but can't say for sure if they were actually driven by him. Not that it matters to me, it was nice to see his name on those cars.  On the assumption the number plates are legitimate, that is the Legacy Colin won the 1993 Rally New Zealand in and the Impreza that McRae drove in San Remo and Rally GB in 1998: so you have seen cars he actually drove @Kuris!  Thanks for digging up the info, much appreciated!
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Great photos! thanks for sharing. Here's a bunch of photos of my this year's trip to Tokyo. https://flic.kr/s/aHsm8KBhz5 in case you or @tbtstt want to check them out And here's some muscle cars from this year's local car event / gathering. And a possible hint to a Muscle car DLC :P https://flic.kr/s/aHsm4VHLuy Dude! Those photos are sick! Really well done. Those parks in Japan (or whatever they are called) are so nice. I love how everything has a artistic element to it. Also love the rally cars. The Impreza is my favorite. Thanks a lot! Yeah, some of them are parks and some of them are gardens. They are breathtakingly beautiful. If I have to pick one thing I enjoyed the most it's easily the gardens. I loved to spend my day just walking around those gardens, photographing and enjoying the scenery. My favorite car is that Celica ST185 and the Subarus looked really nice as well. Both cars had McRae's name on but can't say for sure if they were actually driven by him. Not that it matters to me, it was nice to see his name on those cars.  
  3. Kuris

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Great photos! thanks for sharing. Here's a bunch of photos of my this year's trip to Tokyo. https://flic.kr/s/aHsm8KBhz5 in case you or @tbtstt want to check them out And here's some muscle cars from this year's local car event / gathering. And a possible hint to a Muscle car DLC :P https://flic.kr/s/aHsm4VHLuy
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    I agree, just wish they didn't revision it so many times. It's unfortunately too expensive for it's class. I'm also disappointed they never actually made the FT-1 other than the concept. That thing is awesome. Yeah, that FT-1 is absolutely stunning, especially in real life. Such a great design and when I saw it, the first thing that popped into my head was. 'holy s*** those rims are massive'. It's such a shame that so many design studies and concept vehicles are never transformed into real cars. They just use some minor part like the side mirrors of that vehicle and that's it. And I'm like did you really need to design all that if you just needed a new pair of side mirrors.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Thanks, Tokyo is definitely worth to see and visit. Beautiful, clean and there's so much to see. There are a lot of different bits of Japanese culture I'd like to check out and Tokyo seems the best location to see as much of it in one place as possible. If and when I go to Japan though, I'd like to travel a bit to try and see as much of the country as possible.  True. Next year I'm planning to go to Osaka and Kyoto and see what they are like and how they differ from each other. And finally from there to Tokyo for Tokyo Game Show, so that should be interesting. already counting days :D Good choice, we went to Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima two years ago. Osaka is a ton of fun and Kyoto is chilled out and Hiroshima is home to one of the most beautiful mountain shrines I've seen. Got a bunch of photos if you want a peek :) Yes, I believe we do.  (Please!) Oh yes, I'd love to see some photos.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    A couple of more beauties. Sorry about the spam, now i'm done.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Thanks, Tokyo is definitely worth to see and visit. Beautiful, clean and there's so much to see. There are a lot of different bits of Japanese culture I'd like to check out and Tokyo seems the best location to see as much of it in one place as possible. If and when I go to Japan though, I'd like to travel a bit to try and see as much of the country as possible.  True. Next year I'm planning to go to Osaka and Kyoto and see what they are like and how they differ from each other. And finally from there to Tokyo for Tokyo Game Show, so that should be interesting. already counting days :D
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Thanks, Tokyo is definitely worth to see and visit. Beautiful, clean and there's so much to see.
  9. Kuris

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    A bit off topic, so sorry about that. I almost forgot these until I saw @tbtstt 's post. Great photos! Long story short, a month and a half ago I was in Tokyo and decided to visit Megaweb Toyota located in Odaiba because last time I was in Tokyo I missed that completely. It's a museum / showroom displaying Toyota's rally history, vehicles and concept cars. There are other manufacturers' cars as well and a quite extensive library of different cars as minitures. (Lots of  old cars and classics) If you ever happen to be near that place, you should definitely check it out. Edit: Fixed the image links.
  10. Kuris

    2020 FIA World Rally Championship

    @carpa Thanks! Yeah those 2017 cars truly are incredible. I've been watching this season on WRC+ and seen the new cars but to see them in real life it was something else. The commentators often spoke of how fast those cars truly are when you see them live and not just on TV/stream and I was a bit like 'they don't seem to be that fast though'. Well, I was wrong :) And the difference between WRC and WRC2 car is. Well, you can't even compare them. Like night and day.
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    2020 FIA World Rally Championship

    I went to see Jukojarvi 2 on Friday and oh boy, the sheer speed and level of grip of the new WRC cars was nothing less than astonishing. Those beasts made the WRC 2 class car to look like your daily driver with stickers on. Seeing those new WRC cars was really amazing and now that I think about it, it's a bit sad because we're not able to drive those things in DiRT 4. Now DiRT 4's R5s just feel underwhelming... Anyways, I was able to take some photos and here's a couple of 'em. The WRC cars were able to drive the stage in dry conditions but then it started to rain and when it was time for Junior WRC cars to pass the point the road was soaking wet. In case you're interested in checking the rest of the photos out. Here's a link. https://flic.kr/s/aHsm1tsk3g
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