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Posted: Aug 29, 2019 @ 06:02 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 10:46 am GMT-0600
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Posted for $1.99 each, the Ford Focus RS Rally 2001 and SUBARU Impreza (2001) can now be found on the DiRT Rally 2.0 DLC list.

The SUBARU Impreza won the WRC championship with Richard Burns.

Max Power: 300 bhp
Max Weight: 1230 kg
Engine: 1998 cc, 4 cylinders, Turbocharged
Gearbox: 6 Speed – Manual Sequential
Drivetrain: 4WD

The Ford Focus RS 2001 finished second with Colin McRae.

Max Power: 300 bhp
Max Weight: 1230 kg
Engine: 1998 cc, 4 cylinders, Turbocharged
Gearbox: 6 Speed – Manual Sequential
Drivetrain: 4WD

I made a quick video (below) showing both the cars. It’s my first time running a rally game of any kind for years, so please excuse my poor technique and high number of gear changes (especially in the Subaru).

It was very easy to feel the differences in handling between these two vehicles. The Subaru has much nicer handling, is easier to slide when you want it to. The Ford Focus might actually be faster, but it’s hard as hell to drive because it’s so very responsive to input and ultimately hard to man-handle into a slide.

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