Season 2 of the AVR DiRT 4 Club is starting next Monday, with the same concept! Now all we have to do is to decide the car class for the upcoming season. To see how to vote, watch the video linked below and comment your vote to the video to vote! Voting is open until this Friday 23:59pm (GMT+2)!
Take our Long Beach Quiz or make your own, and test your friends.
This is a quiz on the Long Beach circuit. Although some/most of the questions are general, others might be specific to the version of Project Cars 2.
Have a go and see how well you'll do!
Find Five Friday challenge for you, with a picture from Project Cars 2!
It's a BMW 1 Series Coupé Stance Works Edition at Watkins Glen. Take a closer look at the two images below, and try to spot the 5 differences. If you can't find them all, you'll find the solution below (behind a spoiler shield)
Originally Posted on Rookie Raceline.
Find more Find Five Friday challenges here
A user over at the official Project Cars forums, has set up a totally unofficial survey to pick the brains of us players. If you can spare a few minutes (really doesn't take that long) please head over to the survey and answer a few questions about what you like and what you don't like in Project Cars 2 here
Come join in on a casual evening, practicing Project Cars 2, for all us who are not so fast.
We'll be using easy cars (probably GT3), and short tracks in order to get the hang of handling and corners. Everyone is welcome, all assists allowed (although you'd probably get the most out of manual gears).
Use the RSPV feature to sign up and join in! It'll be fun!
Session starts at 8pm GMT+1 (7pm uk)
Game is Project Cars 2 on Xbox One
I just recently got Project CARS 2 and fell in love with it pretty much instantly. Not because of all the circuit racing content, but because of the physics in Rallycross. I've always been more into loose surface racing (rally & rallycross), so now I wanted to give other people with similar interests some insight to this game, which gives us the most realistic rallycross driving experience so far on console in my opinion. Also I take a look at possibilities of actual rallying in PCARS 2 as well on the video.
I think everyone knows the story. Timo Mäkinen wedged a sponge in the locking mechanism of his Mini's bonnet, so that the bonnet would be left slightly open to get more cooling air. The bonnet was strapped closed with a leather belt. Somewhere through the stage of Ouninpohja he jumped too heavily, and the belt failed, resulting in the bonnet going up and Mäkinen driving through the Ouninpohja stage with his bonnet open. He achieved the six fastest time on the stage regardless. He then went on to win Rally Finland that year.
Earlier (some 11 months ago) I did a video where I "blocked my view" to recreate that moment. The joke of the video: I actually didn't block the view. It was actually funny and everything. Then sadly in May of this year Timo Mäkinen passed away and I started feeling somewhat bad about the video. Well not bad, it's still hilarious imo, but I wanted to do a proper video with the same idea, not downplaying the amazing drive of Mäkinen. I made a new video and this time actually I blocked my view to closely recreate the magical moment. And to raise awareness of how impossibly difficult and impressive that drive of Mäkinen really was.
Spoiler alert: Driving is really stupid hard with your bonnet open.
Hello all you members and lurkers of the DiRT 4 club here in AVR!
I've been posting quite a few setups on to the setup forums and I realized that it was stupid having to write so much each and every time when posting a new setup in text format. So to hopefully lower the bar to post setups I've updated all the car threads in the setup forum to include a template where should be all the possible setup options for each individual car, so that you can just copy the template from the original post and then fill in your values and units to the template. It should be easier and quicker to post the setups now.
If you spot any errors on those templates, please let me know so I can fix them. Thanks!
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