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Hi,

This is a new club - called 622.
It's about reliving the career path of the legendary drivers. The first one is Richard Burns.
His story in 2 championships, 8 locations each. The first part is already finished, but the second is running right now.
The first three have already been completed. Now Spain is running.

Everybody is welcome!
Join and drive!

See you on the stages.
 

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The next event of Club 622 starts at 8pm on the 20th of August.
It will be about Didier Auriol's career between 1980 and 2018. Yes, 2018!
He started many rallies behind the wheel of different cars. A lot of different cars.
The planned schedule: 34 rallies in three championships - I have told many rallies 🙂
The first championship's programme:
1. IRL: Criterium des Cevennes - 1980 - France - Opel Kadett
DR2.0: Monte Carlo - H2 RWD - recommended car: Opel Kadett - 4 stages - 4 days
2. IRL: Ronde du Quercy - 1981 - France - Ford Escort MKII - he won the race
DR2.0: Monte Carlo - H2 RWD - recommended car: Ford Escort MKII - 5 stages - 4 days
3. IRL: Rallye de Lorraine - 1982 - France Renault 5 Turbo - finished 2nd
DR2.0: Monte Carlo - H3 RWD - recommended car: Renault 5 Turbo - 5 stages - 4 days
4. IRL: Tour de Corse - 1983 - WRC - Renault 5 Turbo - DNF
DR2.0: Monte Carlo - H3 RWD - recommended car: Renault 5 Turbo - 7 stages - 4 days
5. IRL: Rallye International de Touquet - 1985 - France - Renault 5 Turbo - finished 2nd
DR2.0: Germany - H3 RWD - recommended car: Renault 5 Turbo - 5 stages - 4 days
6. IRL: Rallye de Antibes - 1986 - ERC - MG Metro - he won the race
DR2.0: Monte Carlo - Group B - recommended car: MG Metro - 6 stages - 4 days
7. IRL: Ypres 24 Hours Rally - 1987 - ERC - Ford Sierra RS Cosworth - DNF
DR2.0: Germany - H3 RWD - recommended car: Ford Sierra Cosworth - 5 stages - 4 days
8. IRL: 1000 Lakes Rally - 1988 - WRC - Ford Sierra RS Cosworth - finished 3rd
DR2.0: Finlad - H3 RWD - recommended car: Ford Sierra Cosworth - 9 stages - 4 days
9. IRL: Acropolis Rally - 1989 - WRC - Lancia Delta Integrale - finished 2nd
DR2.0: Greece - Group A - recommended car: Lancia Delta HF Integrale - 8 stages - 4 days
10. IRL: Rally Argentina - 1990 - WRC - Lancia Delta Integrale - finished 3rd
DR2.0: Argentina - Group A - recommended car: Lancia Delta HF Int. - 7 stages - 4 days
11. IRL: Rothmans Rally New Zealand - 1991 - WRC - Lancia Delta Integrale - finished 3rd
DR2.0: New Zealand - Group A - recommended car: Lancia Delta HF Int. - 9 stages - 4 days
12. IRL: Telecom Rally Australia - 1992 - WRC - Lancia Delta HF Integrale - he won the rally
DR2.0: Australia - Group A - recommended car: Lancia Delta HF Int. - 10 stages - 4 days

I know it's a bit lot of Monte Carlo in the beginning but It is quite a rich start for a career and the next two championships will add another cars and locations.

.... and of course Club 622 liveries are available for the Ople Kadett, Ford Escort MKII, Renault 5 Turbo, MG Metro, Ford Sierra Cosworth, Lancia Delta HF Integrale.
http://www.photo622.com/crdigidr2.html
or
https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/categories/dirt-rally-2-0.184/

Everybody is welcome!

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Thanks!
This is definitely a good thing that it works on PC, but anyway we spend 99.9% of our time in the car....
Anyway, thanks for joining the club, you have really brought some excitement with your speed. It's a honor to compete against you.

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Thanks mate 😄 
It's a really cool idea, so I will definitely sticking to this club.

The 5 Turbo is quite a beast, so I hope I can continue managing this machine.
Germany will be ironically be difficult, because I tend to crash there lately 😄 

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Club 622 - Didier Auriol's Career Part 2 - Starts at 21:00 October 7

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UnderclassGDfan,

Sorry for the late answer but I did not check this topic, I am always writing the information in the Steam discussion.
So, we are doing the Like father like son right now as you know.
Here is the detailed information.
Sorry to kept you not informed.
See you on the next one.

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- - - - INFO - - - -

The schedule of the next championships will be different. The rallies length will depend on the number of the stages. Longer rallies will have 5, 6 or 7 days to run.

I hope you agree with it.

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@p622r Hey! Yeah of course I agree.

I found the steam thread just after I picked accidentally the wrong car in sweden in round 3. There were website issues, so I couldn't see wich car you and TurtleRain choosed to see wich one is the right one, sorry for that.
And I missed round 5 because on the last day the game servers were not accessible.

But I did too many mistakes throug the season to have a chance against TurtleRain anyway 😄 

I now follow the steam thread, but can't write, because I don't have steam. Console (xbox) player here 🙂 

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No worries.
Congratulations for Poland!

Now Spain is on. 8 stages - Group A - recommended car is the Ford Escort RS Cosworth - 4 days.
Don't worry about TurtleRain. Probably he is Seb Loeb. 🙂
And at least you won't have to worry about me because I tried to cut a tree off in Poland and unable to finish the rally.

See you in Spain!

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So, we have finished the "Like father like son" championship.
The first ten:
1. TurtleRain 91 pts
2. Underclassgdfan 65
3. P622R 56
4. Tpabactok420 44
5. Babo2000 31
6. DG1966 28
7. Wul123 28
8. Stepanowitch 20
9. Psymann1975 16
10. LordLarssen74 14

Congratulations for you all!
It was a thrilling championship with awesome cars and stages.

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Hi Frankiestail,

Absolutely.
We are reliving the big moment of rallying and there are recommended cars which ones were driven by the real drivers then. So, they are not mandatory.
If you have a favourite car of course you can drive it however I think if you drive the recommended car that makes it more special.
Personally I have never driven the Porsche 911 in Scotland, especially not on wet stages but I prefer to stick to the car was used in the original rally.

I can see you have done it well. Congratulations!
Don't worry about TurtleRain, he is Sebastien Loeb 🙂

Thanks for driving in both clubs!

See you on the next one!

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Where do I find info for recommended car?

Im on ps5 so not sure if I can view steam forum.

Thanks for running this club with such a great selection of cars. I much prefer the older cars in dr2, much more immersive with H shifter and also cockpit view is much better in older cars, especially since on console we can’t adjust fov!

edit. 

Found your post over on steam, I can follow along from there

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Thanks Frankiestail.

I also prefer to drive older cars with H shifter - definitely more fun however a bit slower but I don. care.

In club 622 we are remembering drivers / their rallies; club Imoko is about local heroes in WRC rounds - not always the winners.

So, you will find quite a good selection of cars and stages and a bit more - imagining to drive the same rally in a same car like one of the great drivers did it a couple of years ago.

See you soon on the next one!

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That’s strangely enough the first time I attempted a whole rally with the 205 t16, I’ve only ever chanced it before on a daily single stage.

Pretty much just was a rally of trying to survive in that lively wee bugger, feels much faster than the lancia though it would take a more talented driver to get the speed out of it.

Enjoyable all the same. Sadly didn’t get the time for Monte Carlo but I’ll try to fit in Scotland in the Datsun, it’ll should be a more chilled ride!

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Frankiestail,

I have a same view. I have never tried this beast in Wales and I had quite a challenging experience with it. In addition I got 1 minute - 1 MINUTE - time penalty because going off the stage and hitting nothing.
It was survival to me too. Only the last stage was ok or whatever.

It doesn't matter if you skip rallies if you don't have time to play. It is all about enjoying this fantastic game and competing against guys like you, so you are welcome any of them.

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