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Cooperation with copilot

The guy, that sits next to you while you're driving through the stage, isn't an accidental amateur of strong impressions, which has managed to get to your rally car by deceit, but your co-pilot. His task is to safely lead you through the intricacies of the track. For this purpose he communicates with you using a short and simple language (jargon) and passes to you (up to date) the messages about the track. These data were collected by him during the reconnaissance drive. Listen to him carefuly...

Suspension Damping Bump

Increasing the absorption of the dampers will make the vehicle feel more rigid whilst decreasing this value will make the vehicle feel softer. If you set the value of the dampers too high the car will have a tendency to bounce off the road. So, if your car is shaky or bouncy after bumps, you need to soften your dampers and or suspension (springs), but if you set the value too low the damper will fail to absorb bumps within the road causing the bottom of the vehicle to hit the track surface....

CORR Rally Raid Rallycross

As I mentioned in the introduction the SI of your virtual opponents is weak in Colin McRae DIRT. During the races in which we're competing with these drivers we can beat them easily using a simple scheme right after the start of the race we're cutting in on the road of our neighbours from one side. Thereupon, on the first corner and along the inner edge of it, we're skirmishing with rest of the adversaries. If during the taking of a first corner we weren't able to go past all of the opponents,...

Under and Oversteering

Some settings you're applying depend on track, some depend on your own preferences (I mean driving style), rest of them is conected with a specific car. Some settings are basics, other are advanced and you should avoid to play with them if you have no idea what you are doing. You can save your car's configuration with a Ctrl key (on settings screen) to force the computer to remember your setup this makes your life easier when coming back to game after a long pause (you don't need to experiment...

Class Hill Climb Unlimited

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Antiroll bars

Sometimes known as stablilisers, the anti-roll bars are an additional way of improving the responsiveness of the vehicle when taking corners, of tweaking the car's balance in the turns. A stiff anti-roll bar setting will suppress the body roll of the vehicle and allow the momentum to shift quickly. A soft anti-roll bar will allow more body roll and prevent the vehicle from bouncing on a stiff suspension set up. So a car with a soft front end, with a hard back end will tend to oversteer, and a...

Suspension Springs Stiffness

This obviously sets up how hard the car's springs are. In general these should be increased and decreased in proportion to each other, unless the car lacks an anti-roll bar at one or other end. An overall stiffer car will have more grip on smooth surfaces because it will roll less. It will lose grip on uneven surfaces. So, when competing on tarmac, the stiffest setting possible should be used to keep the body roll of the vehicle to a minimum. By reducing body roll the car is able to change...

Driving hints

Try to avoid any sideslipping, any spinning the wheels, even drifts. Especially on damp wet tarmac surfaces hairpins. Maybe it looks very spectacularly but it takes precious fractions of seconds. However, in Australia, for example, you can already use slides. Improve your technique by racing with weakest cars in given category. It's not difficult to obtain the fastest time on the stage when you're using the strongest vehicle - you'll probably rest on your laurels then, but this doesn't mean at...

Advanced settings

Increasing the negative camber settings on a rally vehicle allows it to use its tires more efficiently while cornering. This can be an advantage on tarmac stages where there is a lot of cornering involved. If the settings are pushed too high, the vehicle's braking ability will be affected. Drivers can set up the front and rear camber separately to adjust how the vehicle behaves during cornering. This is a good way of subtly affecting the understeer and oversteer characteristics of the vehicle...

Class CORR Super Buggy

Super Buggy Torque

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