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file\subtitles\eng\dis_intro_00.xml.txt In Rally, competitors race one at a time down a section of road called a Stage. Stages vary in length and can be bumpy, twisty and have multiple surfaces, ranging from gravel to asphalt and snow. To be successful you’ll need a high level of concentration, listening to your Co Driver and maintaining your nerve to push the car to the edge of its performance. An Event is made up of one or more Stages with service intervals to repair your car along the way. The fastest combined time across the Stages wins the Event. file\subtitles\eng\dis_intro_01.xml.txt The rules of Historic Rally are no different from modern-day Rallying. The real difference is the cars are a completely different breed and to tame them, you'll need a wide range of skills. The classics of the 60s quickly evolved into purpose-built rally cars during the 70s and technology continued advancing rapidly into the 80s with the legendary Group B class, which were both crazy fast and notoriously dangerous. file\subtitles\eng\dis_intro_02.xml.txt Rallycross features high pressure, high adrenaline Circuit races held in motorsport arenas in front of large crowds. You must control vehicles ranging from Super 1600s to the almighty Supercars. You need to take a Joker lap at least once per race and you will have a Spotter who will help you decide when to take it, so that you can come out on top. Rallycross Events are composed of Qualifying Heats, Semi-finals and Finals. 16 opponents and mixed surfaces stand between you and the top step of the podium. There will be contact - damage can be repaired after every race but you'll need to keep the car together over the whole Event. file\subtitles\eng\dis_intro_03.xml.txt Featuring lightweight rear-wheel drive Buggies and colossal 900-horsepower trucks, Landrush Events are all about the spectacle of high-powered vehicles thundering around short dirt courses in the USA & Mexico. The courses are designed to guarantee spectacular action with breathtaking jumps, sweeping banked corners and suspension-shaking moguls. Events are made up of Semi-finals and Finals; the top 4 from the semis feature in the A-final, whereas the bottom 4 enter the B-final. file\subtitles\eng\dis_intro_04.xml.txt Joyride allows you to show off your driving skills in Smash Attack and Time Attack challenges. Designed to test every aspect of car control, whilst burning as much rubber as possible. Smash Attack requires you to smash as many blocks as you can within the time limit, whereas Time Attack is all about setting the fastest time on a course filled with bonus and penalty markers. Identifying the best route, displaying masterful car control and deploying an almighty amount of handbrake are the key to winning gold medals in these Events. If you just fancy letting loose, you can do that in Free Roam mode. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_academy_welcome_01.xml.txt Welcome to the DiRT Academy. This is a great place to practice and learn some crucial techniques. Let's start with a short drive around and get used to the car. This car has more power than the one you drove in Australia and it's all-wheel-drive too, so it should feel more capable in the corners. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_accident_01a.xml.txt Don't worry, that's how you learn. Let's get going again. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_accident_01b.xml.txt Let's get going again. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_01.xml.txt OK, so let’s get a feel for how the car slows down. Back off the gas and you’ll see how it decelerates. Once you're done, get back up to speed. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_02.xml.txt We’ve got a corner coming up. Use your brakes this time to slow down the car and then turn into the corner smoothly. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_03.xml.txt Keep going through the next set of turns; try to get a rhythm going. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_04.xml.txt To help you navigate the road ahead you need to listen to my notes. We’ll use the 6-to-1 system, a 6 is a fast and sweeping turn and a 1 is a slow and tight. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_05.xml.txt A couple of other descriptors you might hear are Square, Hairpin and Acute. For these corners you may want to use the handbrake. Try it out at the junction coming up. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_driving_tut_06.xml.txt Great, I hope that all makes sense. I'm going to give you Route Notes for the rest of the Stage so that you can get a proper taste of Stage rallying. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_restart_01a.xml.txt Alright, let's try that again. You're doing really well. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_restart_01b.xml.txt One more time. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_restart_01c.xml.txt Don't worry, you're doing well. The more seat time you get, the better everything feels. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_start_line_01.xml.txt This is an M-Sport prepared Ford Fiesta R2. It's front wheel drive with a sequential gearbox and although it’s got a small engine it still packs a punch. It’s a great car to get started with. I’m going to count you in like I would at the start of a real Stage so when you hear me say 'Go!', hit the gas and get up to speed! file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_start_line_02.xml.txt file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_aus_welcome_01.xml.txt Welcome to Fitzroy, Australia. This is a great place to get a taste of driving a rally car. No pressure to compete, but there are some talent scouts here today. Never know - you do well, maybe you'll get a seat with a professional Team! I'll jump in the car with you and we can get started. Good luck! file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_finished_installing_01.xml.txt Hey, It looks like you're really getting the hang of this now. When you're ready to move on, just exit through the DiRT Academy Hub. You can always return later to practice, test cars and try more lessons. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_finished_installing_reminder_01.xml.txt Are you ready to move on? Just exit by way of the DiRT Academy Hub when you're ready. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_handling_selection_01.xml.txt How's the car feeling? If this driving style isn't quite right for you you can change it in the Options menu. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_lessons_doing_well_01.xml.txt Looks like you're getting the hang of this. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_lessons_not_moving_01.xml.txt Alright, let's go - press the gas to get the car moving. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_lessons_reminder_01.xml.txt OK - are you ready to move on? We've got some lessons if you wanna give it a try. Open the DiRT Academy Hub to get started. file\subtitles\eng\ins_000_welcome_lessons_reminder_02.xml.txt Don't forget, whenever you want to practice your driving technique you can run through some lessons from the DiRT Academy Hub. file\subtitles\eng\ins_001_demo_01.xml.txt Throttle control is super important especially for rear-wheel-drive vehicles like this one. file\subtitles\eng\ins_001_demo_02.xml.txt When accelerating out of tight turns use partial throttle to limit oversteer and try to avoid mashing the gas until you have straightened out. file\subtitles\eng\ins_001_demo_03.xml.txt Through long fast corners, use as much gas as possible to keep your speed up but back off to control slides when they happen. Once you're confident apply more gas to find the car's limits and get faster. file\subtitles\eng\ins_001_recap_01.xml.txt Throttle control is crucial for managing oversteer and understeer especially for rear-wheel-drive vehicles. Using partial throttle, when your wheels start to slip will help you control the slide and restore stability. As you get more experienced, try giving it more gas to find the limits of the car and get faster times. file\subtitles\eng\ins_002_demo_01.xml.txt To maintain stability, try to brake only when you're travelling in a straight line. Press the brakes hard for the corner ahead but release them before you turn in. If you've slowed down enough, you won't get too much oversteer. Sliding's fun, but it isn't always fast. file\subtitles\eng\ins_002_demo_02.xml.txt Road surface and elevation changes have a huge effect on stopping distances. You need to brake much earlier for this downhill gravel turn. file\subtitles\eng\ins_002_demo_03.xml.txt Small taps on the brake should be enough for fast technical sections but focus on straight line braking whenever possible. file\subtitles\eng\ins_002_demo_04.xml.txt Straight line braking isn't always the fastest way but it is usually the safest. Try braking later to find your limit and when you're ready for the next step check out the Trail Braking lesson. file\subtitles\eng\ins_003_demo_01.xml.txt When you're Trail-braking, you want to release the brake while you're adding steering. That shifts the weight forward allowing you to take the turn at speed. file\subtitles\eng\ins_003_demo_02.xml.txt Learning to manage weight transfer will help you with more advanced techniques like the pendulum turn. file\subtitles\eng\ins_003_demo_03.xml.txt Trail braking can be a necessity if there's not enough time to brake in a straight line. file\subtitles\eng\ins_003_recap_01.xml.txt In Trail braking, you're working the brake and turning at the same time so you're shifting the weight of the car over the turning wheels. It can help you take long sweepers at higher speeds and to start getting a feel for more advanced techniques, like Pendulum Turns. file\subtitles\eng\ins_004_demo_01.xml.txt Braking hard will shift the weight over the front wheels increasing grip when steering and giving you sharper turn-in. Accelerating will transfer the weight back over the rear wheels allowing you to get the power down. file\subtitles\eng\ins_004_demo_02.xml.txt To flow through winding sections, use gas, braking and steering inputs to move the car's weight around. file\subtitles\eng\ins_004_demo_03.xml.txt Weight transfer is less distinct on loose surfaces so you'll need to make stronger inputs to trigger the same effects. file\subtitles\eng\ins_004_recap_01.xml.txt Weight transfer is an important part of most driving techniques taught in the DiRT Academy. Braking shifts the weight over the front wheels and accelerating shifts it over the rear. Steering left and right moves it from side-to-side. Being aware of how you're shifting weight between the four corners of the car will give you more control as you flow through the turns. file\subtitles\eng\ins_5_demo_1.xml.txt OK, slow down for the corner ahead, turn-in and give the handbrake a quick hit to tighten the line through the corner. file\subtitles\eng\ins_5_demo_2.xml.txt For tighter turns like hairpins, hold the handbrake for slightly longer but be careful, don't overdo it or you'll spin. file\subtitles\eng\ins_5_demo_3.xml.txt Weight transfer gives you the initial turning momentum and the handbrake locks up the rears to start a slide. The pendulum turns lesson will put this into practice. file\subtitles\eng\ins_006_demo_01.xml.txt To make a Pendulum Turn here, steer away from the corner brake and then counter steer sharply into the corner and hit the gas. This throws the weight across the car, allowing a quick change of direction. file\subtitles\eng\ins_006_demo_02.xml.txt Use this technique to link corners at speed. For very tight corners, you can combine a Pendulum Turn with a quick hit on the handbrake at the apex to tighten the line. file\subtitles\eng\ins_006_recap_01.xml.txt Pendulum Turns use weight transfer to change the cars direction of travel whilst scrubbing off minimum speed. To make this move, turn the wheel away from the corner and brake to initiate a slide. Then release the brake, turn in and hit the gas to pendulum the weight around. When it works, it's magic. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_demo_01.xml.txt On long straight-aways like this climb up through the gears to get the fastest speed possible. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_demo_02.xml.txt For long sweeping turns, down shift before you turn in. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_demo_03.xml.txt Take the next two tight turns in 1st, accelerating in to 2nd between them. Timing your gear changes is critical watch for wheel spin and don't shift up too soon. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_demo_04.xml.txt Work your way back up the gears shift down for the first turn and again for the next one. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_demo_05.xml.txt When you've got better traction on a paved surface you can move through the gears faster. Drop to 2nd for the final turn. file\subtitles\eng\ins_007_recap_01.xml.txt Manual Transmission mode enables full control over your gears allowing you to explore effects like engine-braking. Be wary of wheelspin causing your engine to rev too high if you shift up too early you'll find it difficult to build speed. You'll be able to accelerate faster on pavement when you've got better grip. file\subtitles\eng\ins_008_video_01.xml.txt Mastering the start is an art all in itself. In Rally, it’s not uncommon for drivers to be separated by a tenth-of-a-second at the end of a stage so a good start could be the difference between winning and losing. In Rallycross and Landrush, a fast start is even more important. if you get out front first, you'll be clear of rest of the cars when they hit the first corner, together. file\subtitles\eng\ins_008_video_02.xml.txt Turning off the Automatic Starts assist, gives you more control on the start. For Manual Starts, you need to hold the handbrake while you build up your engine revs, then release it, when it's time to go. file\subtitles\eng\ins_008_video_03.xml.txt By default the clutch works automatically, so there is usually a fraction-of-a-second delay between the time you release the handbrake and when the clutch engages. Through experience, you’re going to be able to anticipate this delay and release slightly before GO time giving you a faster start off the line. You need to be confident in your ability to anticipate though or you're going to get a penalty for jumping the start. file\subtitles\eng\ins_008_video_04.xml.txt Enabling the manual clutch gives you total control over when you engage the clutch. With practice, this is the fastest way to start because you are going to be able to time it exactly right. But you need to be more aware of the surface you are on because each one calls for a slightly different technique. file\subtitles\eng\ins_008_video_05.xml.txt Dry gravel requires the least precision dumping the clutch spins the wheels, digging you into the ground where you should find traction right away. Wet conditions can be a little tricky, because you might find mud under your wheels that doesn't offer much grip, so you'll want to go easier on the clutch. Tarmac requires you to feed in the clutch progressively since the shock of dumping the clutch can damage the drivetrain. Snow also requires a different approach too much clutch and you'll be spinning your wheels so allow the car to roll forward slowly to establish grip and then feed in the clutch to gain speed and avoid wheel spin. file\subtitles\eng\ins_009_video_01.xml.txt When you get a flat tire during a Rally stage you have two options stop to repair it or limp the car to the end of the stage. Sometimes driving it out is your only choice like when you don't have a spare. And it may be faster to limp it home than to spend the time making the change. file\subtitles\eng\ins_009_video_02.xml.txt When you're driving with a flat tire the car is going to be unstable and prone to understeer and oversteer. This can be especially problematic on two-wheel drive cars when the puncture is on a driven wheel like when you get a rear flat on a rear-wheel drive car. file\subtitles\eng\ins_009_video_03.xml.txt When a tire goes flat, it loses its shape and it gets floppy. If you keep driving on a flat, the tire can come right off the rim or rip apart which can lead to bigger problems. The faster you drive, the worse it is... There are a couple of signs to look out for that tell you you're driving too fast on the tire. file\subtitles\eng\ins_009_video_04.xml.txt First: you'll feel a vibration through the car that gets worse with speed. To help prolong the life of the tire, try slowing down to a speed that reduces that vibration. file\subtitles\eng\ins_009_video_05.xml.txt Second: a flat tire is noisy. That's because it's out of shape and it's rubbing in the wheel arch. Again, reducing speed can stop the noise and help keep your tire from breaking apart. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_01.xml.txt The Clutch Kick is a technique you see a lot in drifting that's a simple way to initiate a slide. It can be used in rally as well, but be careful. It's tough on equipment and can put a lot of wear on the drivetrain. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_02.xml.txt First, you’ll need to ensure that the clutch is mapped to your chosen input device. You can do this in the Calibration Suite, available in the Options menu. You should also turn off Traction & Stability Control. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_03.xml.txt To execute a clutch kick technique you kick the clutch, break traction, and initiate a slide. While you're turning into a corner, at speed, quickly press and release the clutch. In the short time the clutch is disengaged, the engine builds revs. When the clutch is re-engaged, you get wheel spin. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_04.xml.txt You only want to disengage the clutch for a short amount of time or you risk damaging your engine by over-revving it. It’s not a good idea to try this if your revs are already high. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_05.xml.txt You may find the clutch kick technique particularly helpful as a quick remedy for understeer, or as a way to break traction in low powered cars. file\subtitles\eng\ins_010_video_06.xml.txt It’s worth remembering this is just a quick and easy beginners technique and you may find the downsides outweigh the benefits. The lessons on Weight Transfer, Handbrake Turns and Pendulum Turns are recommended as alternative ways to achieve the same effect. file\subtitles\eng\ins_11_demo_1.xml.txt In a front wheel drive car, you're going to be fighting understeer. Focus on conserving momentum by getting your braking done in a straight line before turning in, and using the gas to pull you through the turn. file\subtitles\eng\ins_11_demo_2.xml.txt Through slower sections, the steering is responsive because your driven wheels are also the ones that are doing the steering. file\subtitles\eng\ins_11_demo_3.xml.txt When you're dealing with oversteer, try to resist over-correcting because you might turn the wheels too far and suddenly snap the car around the other way. Instead, point the wheels where you want to go, and floor it. The rear wheels are going to follow the front. When you're comfortable you can save it from spinning. Why not try initiating a little oversteer with the handbrake through a few turns to practice? file\subtitles\eng\ins_12_demo_1.xml.txt Rear-wheel-drive cars have a tendency to oversteer when you're on-throttle so controlling your inputs is crucial to maintaining stability. file\subtitles\eng\ins_12_demo_2.xml.txt If you feel the car is understeering through tight turns, you can give it more gas to bring the back end around. But: be ready to countersteer. file\subtitles\eng\ins_12_demo_3.xml.txt Avoid heavy weight transfer because it can be hard to recover from a slide without totally losing momentum. Try to keep your drifts to shallow angles and carefully manage your inputs to control the amount of oversteer. file\subtitles\eng\ins_13_demo_1.xml.txt Four-wheel drive gives you traction at all four corners of the car, so you can approach turns at higher speeds and throw the car in more aggressively. file\subtitles\eng\ins_13_demo_2.xml.txt Don't be afraid to get on throttle earlier through a corner to maximise your speed. file\subtitles\eng\ins_13_demo_3.xml.txt You're more likely to face understeer than oversteer because your front wheels are driven, so think about weight transfer when you throw the car into a corner, and manage your gas and brake to control the angle. file\subtitles\eng\ins_20_demo_1.xml.txt On looser surfaces, the car is going to change direction slower and slide more before regaining traction. file\subtitles\eng\ins_20_demo_2.xml.txt Adjust your racing line to compensate for conditions. To regain traction when the car is sliding try to balance the throttle to limit wheel spin and regain traction on a loose surface. file\subtitles\eng\ins_20_demo_3.xml.txt When you're sideways, you can adjust your slip angle with the gas and the brakes. file\subtitles\eng\ins_21_demo_1.xml.txt It's much harder to break traction on a paved surface compared to a loose one. Try to push as hard as you can using smooth, sweeping racing lines to maintain speed through turns. A little bit of tyre squeal is a good sign that you're pushing to car to its limits, but if you feel the wheels starting to slide, try to ease off. file\subtitles\eng\ins_21_demo_2.xml.txt Keep a smooth line. file\subtitles\eng\ins_21_demo_3.xml.txt Sometimes you can make up time by skipping over the apex but watch what's under your wheels. Obstacles like kerbs can unsettle the car. file\subtitles\eng\ins_21_demo_4.xml.txt A quick jab of the handbrake can break traction and help get you around tight hairpins. file\subtitles\eng\ins_22_demo_1.xml.txt Rallycross circuits feature a mix of surfaces, so being adaptable is the key to fast lap times. Control the throttle carefully on slippery surfaces and try to keep it tidy on the pavement. The way to build speed between turns is to maximise your traction. file\subtitles\eng\ins_22_demo_2.xml.txt When transitioning from a loose surface to a harder one through a corner you can attack at speed because the traction change will neutralise some of the oversteer. When you're going the other way, like from pavement to gravel, the effect is the opposite, so you need to scrub enough speed to ensure you don't run wide at the corner exit. file\subtitles\eng\ins_22_recap_1.xml.txt When you're transitioning from a loose surface onto pavement you can usually carry more speed because you pick up traction at the end of the corner and neutralize oversteer. file\subtitles\eng\ins_023_video_01.xml.txt Snow stages are exclusive to Sweden and present a unique challenge. Your car is automatically fitted with studded snow tyres, so it's gonna feel like you're on gravel. You're gonna encounter a mix of snow surfaces and a variety of grip levels. But the distribution of grip tends to be more uniform across the width of the road than you'll find with gravel. file\subtitles\eng\ins_023_video_02.xml.txt A typical snow surface features a layer of snow over ice, gravel or tarmac. Your tires are gonna naturally sink into the snow, making a big roost behind the car. A build up of snow against the side of the tire gives you some resistance to slides and the illusion of a grippier surface. That resistance will subtly slow your forward-motion too. file\subtitles\eng\ins_023_video_03.xml.txt You’ll also find patches of compacted snow, a much harder surface that the tire doesn't sink into. It's gonna feel like it has less grip but it's actually faster. file\subtitles\eng\ins_023_video_04.xml.txt When you hit slushy snow, you'll see the colour of the underlying road surface showing through the racing line. Grip is going to be inconsistent across the road as you transition between slush and snow, so your best bet is to stick to the worn tracks whenever you can. file\subtitles\eng\ins_023_video_05.xml.txt Built up along the side of the road are the famous Swedish snow banks. You gotta watch out because they'll grab the car if you hit them too hard and that'll be the end of your rally. But you can use them, too. If you drag the tail of your car through them, they'll help keep you straight on corner exits. Careful, though. There’s a fine line between brushing the bank and digging in, which makes this one of the most advanced snow driving techniques you can master. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_01.xml.txt Throughout your Career, weather is gonna play a huge part in your successes and your failures. You’ll experience sun, rain, mist, fog and snow, all with varying degrees of intensity. The characteristics of the track surface are going to change from stage-to-stage and sprawling vistas suddenly change from beautiful scenery to deadly sheer drops hidden behind a thick layer of fog. Each condition demands your respect and requires a different approach to driving. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_02.xml.txt Sunny conditions give you for the best visibility of the track ahead and, if it hasn’t rained recently, the surface will also be dry. In Rally, push hard when it’s sunny and dry to make up for time lost in wet conditions or to gain an advantage if the weather changes. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_03.xml.txt In Rallycross and Landrush, visibility can actually be worse due to the dust and debris kicked up from dry loose surfaces. Try different lines to avoid getting lost in your opponents' dust. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_04.xml.txt Wet conditions reduce grip levels and, depending on how heavy it is raining can impact visibility. In Rally, put your faith in your co-driver in low visibility conditions and adjust your attack to compensate for the reduced grip. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_05.xml.txt In Rallycross and Landrush, visibility will be better on loose surfaces but settled water on pavement will cause a lot of spray. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_06.xml.txt Fog is only a consideration in Rally. When it occurs, it can severely reduce your visibility and it'll test the trust between you and your co-driver. Keep an eye out for any obstacles beyond your co-driver's control, like stranded cars. And consider taking it slightly easier in these conditions if you can. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_07.xml.txt Snow is exclusive to Sweden and is one of the most challenging surfaces you can drive. Your car will be surprisingly capable in its Snow setup, but the snow banks and overplough at the side of the road can be punishing if you get offline. Managing wheel spin with careful throttle control is key to maintaining traction. file\subtitles\eng\ins_024_video_08.xml.txt If the snow is falling as you drive, visibility can be a challenge so consider when to push -- and when to play it safe. file\subtitles\eng\ins_025_video_01.xml.txt Driving a night stage can be one of the toughest challenges in Rally. With corners and obstacles obscured by darkness until the lights pick them up at the last second, you need to put your complete trust in your co-driver to continue to post fast stage times. file\subtitles\eng\ins_025_video_02.xml.txt Supporting your main headlights, an additional light pod is attached to your car for night stages. This casts a far stronger beam adding a lot of illumination to the road ahead. file\subtitles\eng\ins_025_video_03.xml.txt It’s important you don’t damage your lights during the stage otherwise you’ll find yourself in pitch black in the middle of nowhere. If there’s no service area before the night stage, be careful where you put the front of the car. Any serious damage could also prevent the light pod from working when it's attached. file\subtitles\eng\ins_025_video_04.xml.txt If you do have damaged lights when you get to the Service Area, check the Event Details to determine if there is a night stage coming up. If there is, your lights can be repaired by fixing the Body/Lights component in the Service Area. Your Crew Chief will also prioritize your lights if you ask him for his recommendations. file\subtitles\eng\ins_026_demo_01.xml.txt To negotiate corners that come immediately after jumps, you need to make sure you're at the right speed before takeoff. file\subtitles\eng\ins_026_demo_02.xml.txt So, I'm heading straight toward the jump. file\subtitles\eng\ins_026_demo_03.xml.txt I'm watching my speed and making sure I can land in the right place to take the corner without hitting the red markers. file\subtitles\eng\ins_026_recap_01.xml.txt The key to nailing a turn after a jump is managing your speed. You want to get most of your braking done before you take flight. If you don't make the turn, and hit the red markers, try again. file\subtitles\eng\ins_27_demo_1.xml.txt When you drive into a water at speed or on an angle. you'll feel resistance against the car that affects your trajectory. file\subtitles\eng\ins_27_demo_2.xml.txt Try to adjust your racing line and anticipate your speed. Watch out that you don't hit the water too hard, or it could really tear up your car. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_01.xml.txt Camber is an important factor. There are two types of road camber – Positive and Negative. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_02.xml.txt Positive Camber is where the road is sloped toward the inside of the corner. It can be used like banking through the corner for higher cornering speeds. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_03.xml.txt Negative Camber is where the road surface is sloped away from the inside of the corner. This naturally tries to force the car away from the apex pushing you wide, so you'll want to use lower speeds. Your co- driver will warn you with an "Off Camber" call. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_04.xml.txt In isolation, camber or off-camber corners are pretty easy to deal with but when they're combined in a sequence of turns, it can be tricky especially when you're on a road with a crown in the middle and you get both types together. Be careful because if you get on the wrong side of it the car can become unstable. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_05.xml.txt Good car positioning is the key to getting the most out of each type of camber. file\subtitles\eng\ins_028_video_05_c2.xml.txt Try it! When you're good to go, you can end the lesson at any time. file\subtitles\eng\ins_try_end_01.xml.txt file\subtitles\eng\ins_try_end_02.xml.txt Do as many laps as you need to get a feel for it and once you're done, you can end the lesson yourself. file\subtitles\eng\ins_try_end_03.xml.txt Let's do some laps to practice. Once you're happy, you can end the lesson at any time. file\subtitles\eng\intro_00.xml.txt There's no pressure to compete, but there are some talent scouts here today. You never know, do well and it could lead to a seat with a professional Team! Your Co Driver and instructor for today will be Jen Horsey one of the best in the business. Good luck! file\subtitles\eng\intro_01.xml.txt Racing in DiRT is a thrill like no other... Your car flows through the turns... It's like music; you find the rhythm and then dance with danger, on the edge of control... The adrenaline courses through your veins, but the whole world melts away until it's just you, the car, and the competition... Be fearless. file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_post_select_01.xml.txt Everyone has to start somewhere. With a bit of training from Jen, you can maximise your potential! Your next stop is the famous DiRT Academy in Washington state, USA. You can practice here as much as you like. file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_post_select_02.xml.txt Well...you clearly have skill behind the wheel but to develop further - Jen will be able to help you with extra training. Your next stop will be at the famous DiRT Academy in Washington State, USA where you can practice as much as you like. file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_post_select_03.xml.txt Even the best drivers keep their skills sharp with training. Your next stop will be at the famous DiRT Academy with Jen file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_pre_select_01.xml.txt Great job out there, hope it was as fun as it looked! Based on your driving, I think the 'Racer' difficulty level is right for you but go ahead and change it if you want. file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_pre_select_02.xml.txt Very impressive! Based on your performance, I think the 'Pro' difficulty level is right for you but you can go ahead and change it if you want. file\subtitles\eng\lng_difficulty_preset_pre_select_03.xml.txt Wow, amazing! Have you done this before? I think the 'Champion' difficulty level is right for you file\subtitles\eng\lng_discipline_introduction_historic_rally.xml.txt The classics of the 60s quickly evolved into purpose-built rallying cars with the legendary Group B class, which were both crazy fast and notoriously dangerous. file\subtitles\eng\lng_discipline_introduction_joyride.xml.txt and Time Attack challenges. Designed to test every aspect of car control Smash Attack requires you to smash as many blocks as you can within the time limit whereas Time Attack is all about setting the fastest time on a course filled with bonus and penalty markers. Identifying the best route, displaying masterful car control and deploying an almighty amount of handbrake are the key to winning gold medals in these events. If you just fancy letting loose, you can do that in Free Roam mode. file\subtitles\eng\lng_discipline_introduction_landrush.xml.txt Featuring lightweight rear-wheel drive Buggies and colossal 900-horsepower Trucks Landrush events are all about the spectacle of high-powered vehicles thundering around short dirt courses in the USA & Mexico. The courses are designed to guarantee spectacular action with breathtaking jumps, sweeping banked corners and suspension-shaking moguls. Events are made up of semi finals and finals; the top 4 from the semis feature in the A-final, whereas the bottom 4 enter the B-Final. file\subtitles\eng\lng_discipline_introduction_rally.xml.txt Stages vary in length and can be bumpy, twisty and have multiple surfaces ranging from gravel to asphalt and snow. To be successful you’ll need a high level of concentration while listening to your co-driver and maintaining your nerve to push the car to the edge of its performance. An event is made up of one or more stages with service The fastest combined time across the stages wins the Event. file\subtitles\eng\lng_discipline_introduction_rallycross.xml.txt You must control vehicles ranging from Super 1600s to the almighty Supercars. You need to take a Joker lap at least once per race and you will have a Spotter who will help you decide when to take it so that you can come out on top. but you'll need to keep the car together over the whole event. file\subtitles\eng\lng_events_menu.xml.txt This is your hub for getting on the track. Choose 'Career' to start your path to glory. Alternatively, pit yourself against your friends and other drivers in 'Competitive' or 'Multiplayer'. In 'Freeplay', you can customise your own Championships and even create your own Stages. The 'DiRT Academy' is the place to practice and learn new skills and 'Joyride' puts those skills to the test in a series of technical challenges. file\subtitles\eng\lng_fearless_unlock.xml.txt You've earned a place in history with this victory, well done! Now you can choose the 'Fearless' preset, where you can race against the most brutal opponents. You have also taken a step towards unlocking the prestigious DiRT 4 Triple Crown, a title only bestowed to drivers that finish in 1st place in all 3 Triple Crown championships. file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_normal_01.xml.txt Looks like you're a natural at this! Although, I think you could try the 'Simulation' driving style to give you an added challenge. file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_normal_02.xml.txt Come on, you're making it look easy. I think you could switch to the 'Simulation' driving style for an added challenge. file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_normal_03.xml.txt Impressive driving! Although, the 'Simulation' driving style might be a better fit for you. Why not give it a try? file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_simulation_01.xml.txt If the 'Simulation' driving style isn't for you why not try out the 'Normal' driving style instead. file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_simulation_02.xml.txt I think the 'Normal' driving style might be a better fit for you. file\subtitles\eng\lng_handling_model_simulation_03.xml.txt Okay, I think the 'Normal' driving style would be good for you. Give it a try. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_01.xml.txt Staff are integral to running a successful Team they'll repair your car, bring in Sponsors and help guide you on the track. I've pulled a few strings and found a PR Agent, Co Driver and Spotters to get you started, but it's up to you to hire a Chief Engineer. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_02.xml.txt Staff are integral to running a successful Team. I've pulled a few strings and found a PR Agent, Co Driver and Spotters already. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_03.xml.txt Having a good PR Agent is important to bring in new Sponsors and better contracts. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_04.xml.txt Spotters help to guide you at Landrush and Rallycross Events. Unlike a Co Driver, they're not in the car with you. They'll be speaking to you over the radio from an observation tower near the track. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_05.xml.txt Engineers are vital for repairing your car during an Event. They can work together to complete repairs faster, saving time in the Service Area. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_06.xml.txt The Chief Engineer reviews damage and estimates how much time it will take to make repairs. They also make sure you have a balanced tuning setup for each Event. but you can override this to suit your driving style. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_07.xml.txt Your Co Driver's job is to guide you during Rally Events by calling out turns and other hazards on the Stage ahead. allowing you to anticipate what's coming next and drive as fast as you can. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_08.xml.txt Staff have a range of skills to improve your Team and take a small cut of your winnings from each Event as payment. Some staff also have time-limited contracts. It's worth checking back often to ensure you're getting the most out of them. file\subtitles\eng\lng_hiring_staff_09.xml.txt Later, you'll be able to buy Facilities to expand and upgrade your Team allowing you to hire more engineers and operate more competitively; but for now we're done! Good work, your Team is ready to show to the world! file\subtitles\eng\lng_historic_rally_unlock.xml.txt Great job! You’ve now earned the right to compete in Historic Rallies. This is where some of the most iconic cars in rally history still compete and is a great place to relive some of rallying’s greatest moments. file\subtitles\eng\lng_historic_rally_victory.xml.txt WOW! AMAZING! You are the Historic Legends Series Champions!\nWOW! AMAZING! You are the Historic Legends Series Champions! Who needs the comforts of modest engineering, suspension and brakes to prove they are the best. You've brought a piece of motorsport history back to life. Drive it to the edge and not just survived, but excelled. file\subtitles\eng\lng_landrush_unlock.xml.txt Well done! This is a major step in your career, you're now qualified to compete in Landrush and take to the track in buggies and trucks! file\subtitles\eng\lng_landrush_victory.xml.txt Wow, that is Mega! You are the Landrush World Series Champion. In a motorsport where power and endurance matters, you've shown you've got what it takes. You've tamed these manmade desert arenas, all across the Americas. You've suffered the knocks, weathered the bruises, eaten more than your share of dirt. And yet, still emerged victorious! file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_01.xml.txt Impressive! You've earned a new Licence and progressed from a local to a regional level. This is a great start to your Career! file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_02.xml.txt Keep up the good work! With this new Licence you've progressed from a regional to national level and you're ready for the next level of competition. file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_03.xml.txt Well done! This is a major step in your Career. You're qualified to compete at an international level and can now race in Rallycross, Landrush and Historic rallies too. Where will you go next? file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_04.xml.txt Awesome! Here's where things start to get serious. Keep going and I know you can make it. Good luck! file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_05.xml.txt Good going. With this Licence, you'll be competing against the very best. Keep up the good work and it will pay off. file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_06.xml.txt Excellent work! now that you have this Licence, nothing stands between you and the Global Rally Series. file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_07.xml.txt Amazing! You are now ready to enter the Historic Legends Series. file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_08.xml.txt You've earned the Licence to compete at the FIA World Rallycross Championship. file\subtitles\eng\lng_licence_unlock_09.xml.txt Congratulations! You can now compete in the Landrush World Series. Keep up the good work. file\subtitles\eng\lng_purchasing_vehicle_01.xml.txt Great work! You've earned plenty of Cash now, so it's time to consider buying a vehicle of your own, which will pave the way to starting your own Team. Find this in the 'Vehicles' menu. file\subtitles\eng\lng_purchasing_vehicle_02.xml.txt Choose 'Vehicles' from the 'Home' menu to find one to buy. file\subtitles\eng\lng_purchasing_vehicle_03.xml.txt which will pave the way to starting your own Team.\nso it's time to consider buying a vehicle of your own, Choose 'Vehicles' from the 'Team' menu to find one to buy. file\subtitles\eng\lng_purchasing_vehicle_04.xml.txt I recommend buying a vehicle of your own, you'll be able to enter championships under you own banner instead of as a driver for hire. file\subtitles\eng\lng_purchasing_vehicle_05.xml.txt Nice choice! This is a great car. Now you can enter into championships with your own Team and earn a lot more recognition. Running your own Team can be challenging, but the rewards are much greater! file\subtitles\eng\lng_rally_cross_victory.xml.txt Congratulations, you are the FIA World Rallycross Champion! In these 21st century temples to adrenaline, you've been the one to energise the crowd. You've nailed every joker, shaved every apex, traded paint with the best racers in the world and triumphed over them all. file\subtitles\eng\lng_rally_victory.xml.txt Awesome, you are the Global Rally Series Champion! You've faced the unknown at every bend, unflinching, battled across every terrain and through all weathers. Overcome obstacles and give it your all. You and your co-driver, a team forged through adversity. No-one can dispute your mastery. file\subtitles\eng\lng_rallycross_unlock.xml.txt Awesome! You can now go door-to-door in Rallycross the fastest growing motorsport in the world! file\subtitles\eng\lng_reward_items_01.xml.txt Sometimes you'll receive cool rewards, you can find out what you've got in your 'Mailbox'. Why not check there now. file\subtitles\eng\lng_reward_items_02.xml.txt Hey, sometimes you'll receive cool rewards in fact, you have some waiting for you right now. Visit the 'Home Menu' to collect them! file\subtitles\eng\lng_reward_items_03.xml.txt Great work, you've received some rewards since your last Event. Check your 'Mailbox' to find out more. file\subtitles\eng\lng_reward_items_04.xml.txt Hey, you've received some rewards. Check your 'Mailbox' for the details. file\subtitles\eng\lng_reward_items_05.xml.txt Keep up the good work. There are rewards waiting for you to collect. file\subtitles\eng\lng_starting_out_01.xml.txt Your goal is to win the Global Rally Series and take your place among the best! To get there, you'll need to start out as a driver for hire. file\subtitles\eng\lng_starting_out_02.xml.txt Compete in National Championships until you've completed enough Events to graduate to an International Licence. file\subtitles\eng\lng_starting_out_03.xml.txt Once you have enough money, you can choose to buy a car and start your own Team, taking the risks and the rewards to a greater level. The choice is yours. file\subtitles\eng\lng_starting_out_04.xml.txt Your goal is to become Rally Champion, win here to take your place among the best! To get there, you'll need to start out by driving for hire and competing in National Championships until you've completed enough Events to graduate to an International Licence. file\subtitles\eng\lng_starting_out_05.xml.txt We've paired you up with co-driving legend, Nicky Grist to get you on your way. file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_01.xml.txt The best part of having your own Team, is branding it with your choice of pattern and colours! We'll apply the same branding to all your cars. You can come back to the Branding Suite to change the look of your Team at any time. file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_02.xml.txt Looks great! file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_03.xml.txt What do you want to call your Team? A good name makes it truly yours. file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_04.xml.txt Sponsors are a great way to bring in more Cash for your Team. Your skill behind the wheel has already attracted potential sponsorship from Reiger Racing Suspension or Elonex Media Group. I recommend we sign one up! file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_05.xml.txt Like other Teams that you drive for, Sponsors will set you targets every Event. Achieve the target to improve your relationship with that Sponsor and earn even more money, or special rewards. file\subtitles\eng\lng_team_creation_06.xml.txt Achieve the target to improve your relationship with the Sponsor and earn even more money. file\subtitles\eng\lng_triple_crown_unlocked_dialogue.xml.txt Ok, only one challenge remains to become the undisputed champion of DiRT but it's the toughest yet. Only the most fearless drivers have what it takes to win all 3 Triple Crown Championships. file\subtitles\eng\lng_triple_crown_victory.xml.txt Outstanding! You have earned the prestigious title of 'Triple Crown Champion'! Your feats have been recorded in the DiRT 4 hall of fame! file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_aspiration.xml.txt It's like music; you find the rhythm and then dance\nwith danger, on the edge of control... The adrenaline courses through your veins,\nbut the whole world melts away until it's just you, the car, and the competition... file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_aspiration_4.xml.txt file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_aspiration_pickup4.xml.txt It's like music; you find the rhythm and then dance with danger, on the edge of control...\nYour car flows through the turns... It's like music; you find the rhythm and then dance with danger, on the edge of control... The adrenaline courses through your veins, but the whole world melts away file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_aspiration_pickup5.xml.txt file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_aspiration_pickup6.xml.txt It's like music; you find the rhythm and then you dance with danger, on the edge of control... file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_dirt_academy.xml.txt By completing your induction at the DiRT Academy, you've earned your first Licence. This has given you access to regional Rally Events over in Michigan where you can start your Career. file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_handling_model_select_01.xml.txt Let's get the basics set up for you. What kind of experience are you looking for when it comes to driving the car? file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_handling_model_select_02.xml.txt The 'Gamer' driving style is suitable for everyone but if you're serious about racing games or you've played a rally game before I recommend the Simulation style for added challenge. file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_main_menu.xml.txt Welcome to the home of DiRT 4. From here, you can choose 'Events' to find the on-track action. 'My Team' becomes available once you buy a car of your own, allowing you to set up and manage your own racing Team. Choose 'Vehicles' to find your garage and buy new cars for your collection. From time to time, you'll receive messages in your 'Mailbox'. Lastly, choose 'Options & Extras' to find extra content or configure your game preferences. file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_main_menu_01.xml.txt From time to time you'll receive messages in your 'Mailbox'. file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_profile_creation.xml.txt Hello and welcome to DiRT 4. I'm here to help you get started on your path to becoming a driving legend. Why not tell me a bit about yourself. file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_welcome_to_dirt.xml.txt You never know, do well and it could lead to a seat with a professional Team! Your Co Driver and instructor for today will be Jen Horsey. One of the best in the business. Good luck! file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_welcome_to_dirt_01.xml.txt You never know - do well and it could lead to a seat with a professional team! Your co-driver and instructor for today will be Jen Horsey file\subtitles\eng\lng_votp_welcome_to_dirt_02.xml.txt This is an M-Sport prepared Ford Fiesta R2. It's front-wheel drive with a sequential gearbox and although it’s got a small engine, it still packs a punch. It’s a great car to get started with. so when you hear me say 'Go!' hit the gas and get up to speed! file\subtitles\eng\rec_5.xml.txt The handbrake is used at relatively low speeds to get the car to turn in a tighter arc. It can help you master corners that would otherwise be difficult or slow to drive around. You only need to hit the handbrake for a moment to get the car to rotate. file\subtitles\eng\rec_11.xml.txt In a front-wheel drive car, the driven wheels are the ones doing the steering. At low speeds the steering will feel sensitive, but at higher speeds you'll find understeer becomes more of a problem. Try to always brake in a straight line and, if you start to spin, don't panic. Just centre your steering and give it more gas. The car is going to straighten itself out. file\subtitles\eng\rec_12.xml.txt Rear-wheel-drive cars are prone to throttle oversteer so you need to be gentle on the gas to stop them from spinning. If your car is understeering, you can use the oversteer characteristic to bring the back-end of the car around. Try to avoid big weight transfer, because it can be hard to get the car to settle down. file\subtitles\eng\rec_13.xml.txt Four-wheel-drive vehicles are very stable through turns so you're probably not going to be dealing with unrecoverable understeer or oversteer. Use this to your advantage and attack corners with confidence. file\subtitles\eng\rec_20.xml.txt On slippery surfaces, the car slides more and is less responsive to direction changes. Adapt your racing line and begin your moves earlier. You get traction by digging into the surface using careful throttle control and assertive steering inputs. file\subtitles\eng\rec_21.xml.txt Smooth, progressive racing lines are the key to getting fast times on paved surfaces. A little bit of tyre squeal is a good sign you're pushing the car to its limits. BUT, if the car starts to slide you're pushing too hard and losing time. Identify corners that you can cut to get a better racing line but be careful of obstacles like kerbs that can unsettle the car. Only grab the hardbrake if you have to, on very tight turns but keep the action short and sharp. file\subtitles\eng\rec_27.xml.txt Water resistance can have a huge impact on your car, so it's important to understand and anticipate its effect. With experience, you can start to use it to your advantage -- like if you're slowing down for a corner. file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_00.xml.txt In Rally, it’s not uncommon for drivers to be separated by a tenth-of-a-second at the end of the Stage, so a good start could be the difference between winning and losing. In Rallycross and Landrush, a fast start is even more important: If you get out front first you'll be clear of the rest of the cars when they hit the first corner together. Turning off the Automatic Starts assist gives you more control on the start. For Manual Starts, you need to hold the handbrake while you build up your engine revs then release it when it's time to go. By default, the clutch works automatically, so there's usually a fraction-of-a-second Through experience, you’re gonna be able to anticipate this delay and release slightly before GO time, giving you a faster start off the line. You need to be confident in your ability to anticipate, though With practice, this is the fastest way to start because you’re gonna be able to time it exactly right. But you need to be more aware of the surface you're on Dry gravel requires the least precision, dumping the clutch spins the wheels, digging you into the ground where you should find traction right away. Wet conditions can be a little tricky, because you might find mud under your wheels that doesn't offer much grip so you'll want to go easier on the clutch. Tarmac requires you to feed in the clutch progressively, Snow also requires a different approach, too much clutch and you'll be spinning your wheels, file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_01.xml.txt When you get a flat tyre during a Rally Stage you have two options, stop to repair it or limp the car to the end of the Stage. Sometimes driving it out is your only choice, like when you don't have a spare. When you're driving with a flat tyre, the car is going to be unstable and prone to understeer and oversteer. when the puncture is on a driven wheel, When a tyre goes flat, it loses its shape and it gets floppy. If you keep driving on a flat the tyre can come right off the rim or rip apart, which can lead to bigger problems. The faster you drive, the worse it is... you're driving too fast on the tyre. To help prolong the life of the tyre, try slowing down to a speed that reduces that vibration. Second: a flat tyre is noisy. Again, reducing speed can stop the noise and help keep your tyre from breaking apart. file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_03.xml.txt Snow Stages are exclusive to Sweden and present a unique challenge. Your car is automatically fitted with studded snow tyres, so it's gonna feel like you're on gravel. You're gonna encounter a mix of snow surfaces and a variety of grip levels. but the distribution of the grip tends to be more uniform across the width of the road than you'll find with gravel. Your tyres are gonna naturally sink into the snow, making a big roost behind the car. A build up of snow against the side of the tyre gives you some resistance to slides You’ll also find patches of compacted snow, a much harder surface that the tyre doesn't sink into. It's gonna feel like it has less grip, but it's actually faster. When you hit slushy snow, you'll see the colour of the underlying road surface showing through the racing line. Grip is going to be inconsistent across the road as you transition between slush and snow, so your best bet is to stick to the worn tracks whenever you can. Built up along the side of the road are the famous Swedish snow banks. You gotta watch out because they'll grab the car if you hit them too hard and that'll be the end of your rally. But you can use them, too. If you drag the tail of the car through them they'll help keep you straight on corner exits. Careful, though. There’s a fine line between brushing the bank and digging in, which makes this one of the most advanced snow driving techniques you can master. file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_04.xml.txt Throughout your Career, weather is gonna play a huge part in your successes and your failures. You’ll experience sun, rain, mist, fog and snow, all with varying degrees of intensity. The characteristics of the track surface are gonna change from stage-to-stage and sprawling vistas suddenly change from beautiful scenery to deadly sheer drops hidden behind a thick layer of fog. Each condition demands your respect and requires a different approach to driving. Sunny conditions give you for the best visibility of the track ahead and, if it hasn’t rained recently, the surface will also be dry. In Rallycross and Landrush, visibility can actually be worse due to the dust and debris kicked up from dry loose surfaces. Try different lines to avoid getting lost in your opponents' dust. Wet conditions reduce grip levels and, depending on how heavy it is raining, can impact visibility. In Rally, put your faith in your Co Driver in low visibility conditions and reduce your attack to compensate for the reduced grip. In Rallycross and Landrush, visibility will be better on loose surfaces but settled water on pavement is going to cause a lot of spray. Fog is only a consideration in Rally. When it occurs, it can severely reduce your visibility and it'll test the trust between you and your Co Driver. Keep an eye out for any obstacles beyond your Co Driver's control, like stranded cars. Your car is going to be surprisingly capable in its Snow setup, but the snow banks and so consider when to push and when to play it safe. file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_05.xml.txt Driving a night Stage can be one of the toughest challenges in Rally. With corners and obstacles obscured by darkness until the lights pick them up at the last second you need to put your complete trust in your Co Driver to continue to post fast Stage times. Supporting your main headlights, an additional light pod is attached to your car for night Stages. This casts a far stronger beam, adding a lot of illumination to the road ahead. It’s important you don’t damage your lights during the Stage otherwise you’ll find yourself in pitch black in the middle of nowhere. If there’s no Service Area before a night Stage, be careful where you put the front of the car. Any serious damage could also prevent the light pod from working when it is attached. If you do have damaged lights when you get to the Service Area, check the Event Details to determine if there is a night Stage coming up. If there is, your lights can be repaired by fixing the Body/Lights component in the Service Area. Your Crew Chief will also prioritise your lights, if you ask him for his recommendations. file\subtitles\eng\tutorial_06.xml.txt Camber is an important factor. There are two types of road camber: Positive and Negative. Negative Camber is when the road surface is sloped away from the inside of the corner. This naturally tries to force the car away from the apex pushing you wide, so you'll want to use lower speeds. Your Co Driver will warn you with an "Off Camber" call. In isolation, camber or off-camber corners are pretty easy to deal with, but when they're combined in a sequence of turns, it can be tricky, especially when you're on a road with a crown in the middle and you get both types together. Be careful because if you get on the wrong side of it, the car can become unstable. file\subtitles\eng\victory_00.xml.txt You've faced the unknown at every bend, unflinching, battled across every terrain and through all weathers. Overcome obstacles and given it your all. You and your Co Driver, a team forged through adversity. file\subtitles\eng\victory_01.xml.txt Who needs the comforts of modern engineering, suspension and brakes to prove they are the best. You've brought a piece of motorsport history back to life. Driven it to the edge and not just survived, but excelled. file\subtitles\eng\victory_02.xml.txt In these 21st century temples to adrenaline, you've been the one to energise the crowd. You've nailed every joker, shaved every apex, traded paint with the best racers in the world and triumphed. file\subtitles\eng\victory_03.xml.txt Wow that is Mega! In a motorsport where power and endurance matters, you’ve shown you’ve got what it takes. You’ve tamed these manmade desert arenas, all across the Americas. You’ve suffered the knocks, weathered the bruises, eaten more than your share of dirt, and yet still emerged victorious! file\subtitles\eng\victory_04.xml.txt Outstanding! You have earned the prestigious title of Triple Crown Champion!

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