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  1. To be very specific though. (and @Janneman60 is incorrect btw) Quali heats 2 players: 2 players in race A. 3 players: 3 players in race A. 4 players: 4 players in race A. 5 players: 5 players in race A. 6 players: 3 players in race A. 3 players in race B. 7 players: 3 players in race A. 4 players in race B. 8 players: 4 players in race A. 4 players in race B. Grid positions: - First quali heat: random. - Following quali heats: Based on fastest time. - Fastest drivers will be in race "B". Semi finals Till 6 players, in one race. Till 7 players Race A: P1, P3, P5, P7 Race B: P2, P4, P6 Till 8 players Race A: P1, P3, P5, P7 Race B: P2, P4, P6, P8 Grid position based on quali result points. So P1 is driver with most quali points. Final This one is a bit strange. I had finals with 4 or 6 cars, even though there had been more than 6 players. But basically it is like this if i am correct: Till 6 players. All in the final. Grid position based on semi-final result. 7 / 8 players. Top three of each semi-final continue. P1's of semi's go for first row, P2's of semi's will start from row 2, P3's of semi's start from row 3.
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    DiRT Rally 2.0 - Share your Videos!

    Good first attempt. What software you use for it? Its for Jobfixers BRC? Both me and @James McAdam also compete in the Belgium Championship 🙂 Trying to beat with our PS4 controllers some other people
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT 5

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    Night race on Abu Dhabi track

    In time trail there is only day time. You need to do a custom event. There you can select a different weather condition: Dusk.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Still waiting for the i20 GRX cars 😄 But as it is not an announcement, it won't be those.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    It will be a long wait before DiRT Rally 3 will be announced. At least the positive news is, is that it is basically confirmed a new one will come. 🙂 Timing wise it will be interesting ofcourse, as the DiRT "Fun" series will have DiRT 5. Earlier I have said this. Now i must say, I forgot a consideration point. And that is the amount of succes DiRT 5 might or might not have. That might move the timeline of the next DiRT Rally aswell. Probably not with a lot of months, but still with maybe a few months. Also I must give credits to Codemasters for their investment and what they done with DiRT Rally 2.0 in a relative short time period (2 years) to set-up a complete different game (compared to DIRT 4) is big aspect is quite amazing. Maybe therefore on some parts the game lacks (photo mode, livery editor, changeable weather conditions) a bit. Since DiRT Rally 2.0 I have seen a very different approach from Codies. A lot more investment, and what I have said before in this topic, is that I had the feeling that DIRT Rally 2.0 was an investment title in different aspects. Not only with certain content, but also with certain discounts (and free game for Xbox and PS Plus) to gain goodwill and a bigger community. And next to that codies also invested in hardware/software and are able to scan cars. But from rumours I heared, they now also have laser-scanned techniques used for F1 2020 tracks. Now I am not sure this is a third party, Codies do it themselves, or they buy from somewhere the data, but it just gives a clear indication that steps are being made into the right direction. One thing I not really notice yet, is colaboration between the different development teams. A lot of things from one game you not see back in the other game, and vice versa. Maybe i see it wrong, but I have the feeling every team kinda need to develop things themselves again. I have the feeling that for example Milestone (MotoGP, MXGP, MESX) and that the Call of Duty franchies do this maybe better. But enough for now. For the time being we still have DiRT Rally 2.0. Here a video (two others are on my channel) from my perspective from last weekend's TCF RX event at Abu Dhabu. I kinda recreated the real life event with (a) someone jumping on my back of the car, (b) crashing on the finish line with the stupid flat-out merge and (c) a rollover like Bennett.
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    DiRT Rally 2.0 - Share your Videos!

    Competing in the Jobfixers BRC (videos of all five stages on my channel)
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Now Neil Cole will be racing in Group 4 🙂
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    TCF off-road RX Live at Abu Dhabi with me and James
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    He sayd ACC is the game with the best GT3 physics. Some things he not really likes, of which the biggest one is the braking. In real life you really need to slam them (probably due to ABS), while in game it is more relaxed. Maybe it is difficult to replicate that, as it also has to do with the pedal equipment you got.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    I have seen quite some real drivers (who also do a lot of sim) have been complaining about iRacing. For example Supercars (Australia), where if you hit a curb a bit hard, you can turn the car upside down. Also mister Thiimm (who competed at the WRX esports events) even stopped an iRacing stream due to tyre model. Sometimes indeed a less "hardcore" sim like F1 does a better job overall. Possible the best sim current on the market is Asetto Corsa Competizione, both physics (best GT3 physics, dynamic weather, tyre model, etc) wise aswell as replicating the official series/cars/races and the tons of options you can do (livery editor, photo mode, set-up races for sprint or endurance with or without mandatory pitstops, share cars with other sim-racers, and much more). If I would take inspiration for a next DiRT Rally, I think currently ACC is the best platform to look at what I would like to have in the game.
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Some details from the video: - Locations: New York, China, Norway, Brazil, Italy, Arizona - Confims you can play New York in spring, summer, autumn, winter in different sections of the city - Sprint cars (900 bhp) on OVALS. - In arcade you can choose the weather type including time of day, weather and how fast that should be changing. - In career you will sign with real sponsors, you will get a mentor (troy baker) and a protagonist (nolan north). Nolan hinst towards more recognizble faces in the game. Need to beat Nolan if you want win the career. - 4K @ 60fps, also option for 120fps. - Doesn;t matter if you bu the game for the XBOX one or series X, it will work vica versa. I guess the same for PS5. - No loading times on XBOX Series X. I guess the same for PS5
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    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT Rally Games

    Good point. Possible early 2022. -DR1 (consoles): end 2015 -D4: summer 2017 -DR2: early 2019 -D5: October 2020 so basically every 1,5 year a game is being released, so it would make sense than DR3 will be in early 2022. But there are a few considerations: - there is an extra dev team now that made DiRT 5. Before there was “Just” one team that made the previous DiRT games. This gives more space to the DR team. - DR2 had a DLC/post release support (which D4 not had), which means a bit longer focus on DR2 than a new game. - there is a console generation switch happening. - there is always a gap between two DiRT games, most likely about a year. But an announcement is being made about 5 months prior (at least that’s the case with D5 and DR2) i think the biggest benefit is that the DR team can (almost) entirely focus on the Rally title and not need to put energy into an extra game. Meaning more time to create more depth, more time for sorting licensing, etc.
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