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Fiat 131 Abarth, Alberto Battistolli/Luigi Cazzaro, Shakedown, 15° RallyLegend, October 2017



Speedcar Xtreme, Jordi Pujol, World Rallycross Championship, Barcelona, April 2018



And not directly rally or rallycross related, but another awesome car with 28 on it:


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@tbtstt
That Fiat 131 is just perfect - only Italians could make a box on wheels somehow look nice - I don't even know how they do it...

Continuing that 70s theme...


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That Fiat 131 is just perfect - only Italians could make a box on wheels somehow look nice - I don't even know how they do it...
It's funny because if you look at the Lada 2105 VFTS in my previous post the silhouette of that car is almost the same as the Fiat 131 but, like you say, the Italians manage to make it look so much better. 

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tbtstt said:
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That Fiat 131 is just perfect - only Italians could make a box on wheels somehow look nice - I don't even know how they do it...
It's funny because if you look at the Lada 2105 VFTS in my previous post the silhouette of that car is almost the same as the Fiat 131 but, like you say, the Italians manage to make it look so much better. 
That's exactly what was making me marvel at it!

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tbtstt said:
@tbtstt
That Fiat 131 is just perfect - only Italians could make a box on wheels somehow look nice - I don't even know how they do it...
It's funny because if you look at the Lada 2105 VFTS in my previous post the silhouette of that car is almost the same as the Fiat 131 but, like you say, the Italians manage to make it look so much better. 
The Lada 2101 was a copy of the Fiat 124. The 2105 is the successor to 2101, just like 131 was the successor of the 124. The predecessor of 131 and 2105 was essentially the same car

Just to stay on topic, here's a Lada 2105 VFTS with today's number :D

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Thierry97 said:
The game will be difficult as dirt rally or with various difficulty bands :/
wrong thread dude. Got a photo of a car with a #28 on the side?


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That Fiat 131 is just perfect - only Italians could make a box on wheels somehow look nice - I don't even know how they do it...

Continuing that 70s theme...


Excellent comment on the 131 Abarth, and a great picture of an Alpine on a snowy stage. Two of my all-time favourite cars.

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Volkswagen Golf Mk II                                      
                             

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JL Pailler. This Pug 207 was in DiRT 3 (but with #6)


Emma Gilmour in GRC

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Ford Escort Mk.1, Roy Edwards, British Rallycross Championship, Lydden Hill, May 2017



Mitsubishi Mirage 4x4 T16, James Grint, World Rallycross Championship, Loheac, September 2017



Peugeot 208 4x4 T16, James Grint, World Rallycross Championship, Franciacorta, October 2015


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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X | Aleksey Mersiyanov, Georgy Troshkin | Rally Liepāja 2014


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Only seem to have Peugeots for 26! 

Peugeot 208 4x4 T16, Andy Scott, World Rallycross Championship, Loheac, September 2016



Peugeot 208 4x4 T16, Andy Scott, British Rallycross Championship, Lydden Hill, April 2015



Peugeot 106 GTi, John Rook, BTRDA Rallycross Championship, Lydden Hill, September 2018



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Posting these while the forum still works :D 

Peugeot 208 R2 | Ralfs Sirmacis, Artūrs Šimins | Rally SARMA 2015



Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX R4 | Kornél Lukács, Márk Mesterházi | Rally Liepāja 2014


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Kia Rio 4x4 T16, Gigi Galli, World Rallycross Championship, Franciacorta, October 2015



Renault Twingo S1600, Karoliina Leppihalme, World Rallycross Championship, Franciacorta, October 2015



Ford Escort Mk. 2, Nick Neyens, British Rallycross Championship, Lydden Hill, March 2014


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Back on track again! 

Renault 5 Turbo 2, Tony Campbell, 6R4.net Track Day, Curborough Sprint Circuit, July 2017

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Subaru WRX STI, Patrick Sandell, World Rallycross Championship, Silverstone, May 2018

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Skoda Fabia S1600, Zsolt Szijj Jolly, World Rallycross Championship, Barcelona, April 2018

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Speedcar Xtreme, Joan Salichs, World Rallycross Championship, Barcelona, April 2018

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Ha, that's going to throw the countdown into disarray! 

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I was going to post some more pictures, but I was wondering if we are sticking with the original countdown or counting to the pre-release date now? 

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Well, it's technically released when the deluxe version comes out, and can do zero cars for the last few days?

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Well I'm continuing with the old countdown 😄

Audi A1 S1600 | Artis Baumanis | Neste World RX Latvia 2018

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Given it's been running for so long (and despite the fact I have pre-ordered the deluxe edition as well!) I'm going to stick with the original countdown. 

Ford Escort Mk. 2, Simone Campedelli/Armando Donazzan, Shakedown, 15° RallyLegend, October 2017

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RX Lite, Oliver Eriksson, World Rallycross Championship, Loheac, September 2018

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RX Lite, Oliver Eriksson, World Rallycross Championship, Silverstone, May 2018

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Skoda Fabia S1600, Josef Susta, World Rallycross Championship, Barcelona, April 2018

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Ford Fiesta VI, Ben-Philip Gundersen, World Rallycross Championship, Mettet, May 2016

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RX Lite, Thomas Bryntesson, World Rallycross Championship, Mettet, May 2016

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Citroen DS3 4x4 T16, Jake Harris, British Rallycross Championship, Lydden Hill, August 2017

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