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Discussion in 'RD Rally Championship' started by Ole Marius Myrvold, Feb 12, 2017.
The Rally is from 13th February 00:01 GMT until 19th February 23:59GMT. You must've finished and uploaded your time on the last stage before the end-time.
Remember to join the correct RaceNet League for the system you play on. If not, you will not be able to participate in any rallies. Find your correct league here
Control that your RaceNet Name is the same you signed up with, if not, please inform us of your new name here
If you drive with another RaceNet Name than you have on the Entry List, and not have given us any notification on the name change, you will not get any result from the rally. There will not be any exceptions to this.
If you have not signed up, you can do so here. You must sign up to be able to participate.
Feel free to take screenshots and videos and share it in our Rally World Thread
Feel free to share your experience from the rally in this thread, share your perfect runs and share your massive failures, all in the name of fun!
Any rule changes will be posted in the Directors Note Thread. Please keep yourself updated on any changes.
Sweden Magazine (26 pages).
Including full rally information, guide for snow driving and much more!
View the Sweden Edition of the RDRC Rally Magazine here. (Press F11 for fullscreen)
Download the Sweden Edition of the RDRC Rally Magazine here (13.7mb)
Final Rally Sweden Results can be found here
Top 20 overall
Top 20 4WD-
Top 20 2WD+
Top 20 2WD-
Welcome to Sweden and the snowy madness! The thread is open and we in the RDRC-Crew are wishing all the drivers the best of luck for the event
Again, you guys make me smile while reading your magazine - this whole championship is so professional...one of the reasons I became a premium member some days ago.
I've edited the Lancia Delta Martini livery with the RDRC numberplates and will give the car a try on the snowy streets tomorrow night...hoping to get your tips working for me
To all of you the best of luck and much fun...
Someone (@LuMue ) noticed that I had made a small error on the Itinerary, that is fixed now. SS7 is not a Monte Carlo stage, it is of course a Swedish one Correct Itinerary is up now
Pug 306 ace Tommie Lindberg changed surname?
Hmm, what did I write wrong now?
@Ole Marius Myrvold thank you, this is such an easy itinerary!!!!NOT!
Have a Question about uploading my Times? Should i upload my total time after Stage 4? I'm confused, someone help me out.
Times are uploaded automatic, the only thing you have to concentrate on, is to get to the finish as fast as you can
Okay, i thought you wanted me to upload Times. Thanks for the reply. Good luck to you and everyone else.
@Ole Marius Myrvold to be mega sure, service doesn't mean save point right? the only checkpoint = save point, right?
again my work will come in the way and have to do the several days hopefully
Uhm, people have been able to save at every service, but when the game crashes or similar, you will get back to the last passed checkpoint.
However - people have also had issues when saving outside of checkpoints, having to start all over again etc. so it is strongly advised not to save outside of checkpoints
Ha, I'm changing internet provider tomorrow. What could possibly go wrong?
Meanwhile, a technical question: reading the magazine for Sweden (Lindgren vs. Lindberg btw ), I see advice about driving in tyre tracks for grip, but does anybody know for sure if Dirt Rally actually models the grip like that or if it's all just the same? I've never detected any hint of extra grip in the dark bits but maybe that's just my inattention!
Everything can go wrong!
Hah, well sorry to Tommie for that, blame it on me being Norwegian or something like that!
They model different grip levels on different types of snow, I have no actual proof that they also do it with tyre tracks, and it might be placebo just for those from my part
Just made it to the first service station. Decided to enter this one without doing any practice for Sweden, but rather just live on my wits and nerves. Had to listen doubly hard to the co-driver's pace notes, but I'm really happy with the first four stages so far
The Scoob's still in good nick and only needs minimal repairs and a wash/wax
also in the magazine you have Sweden as the title to final classification, should that not be Monte Final classification?
I think there is a mistake too at Day 1........at the racenet league we see SS6 Björklangen afternoon snow and SS7 Älgsjön Sprint night snow, and not the opposite.......