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    But still a great time, i remember 3:18 being the dream on chirdonhead for a long time with the C4 and now've got 3:21 in very little time, you're making progress fast

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    This time i bring you the lovely Polo WRC 2012 at Slovakia, stage is Mlynky tarmac and the time was 3:30 onboard view

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    Polo WRC at Frasier Wells.

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    so, you got your number in the car too eh? good run

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    chek out this Rally female driver
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    This is my first time ever on tarmac. Much harder that I thought it would be.


    Subaru N14 Prodrive - 2012 CMS Rally Team livery

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    Very nice Troy! Wait till you get to bumpy tarmac - that's even more fun!

    Could you do a couple of glamour shots of your car in CMSRT livery? I need something to work with for the banner. Something with interesting scenery in it would be good. The village at the top of Cote d'Arbroz is a good example, or you might want to try one of the new stages like Bergheim or Puy du Lac.

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    Hey Troy this is minor but your flag on the starboard side window is facing the wrong way.

    Cant be waving "old glory" backwards.

    That subie is a beauty.

    Nice driving. There are some Prodrive sets in drop if you want to take a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spspears View Post
    Very nice Troy! Wait till you get to bumpy tarmac - that's even more fun!

    Could you do a couple of glamour shots of your car in CMSRT livery? I need something to work with for the banner. Something with interesting scenery in it would be good. The village at the top of Cote d'Arbroz is a good example, or you might want to try one of the new stages like Bergheim or Puy du Lac.
    Sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskeyChaser View Post
    Hey Troy this is minor but your flag on the starboard side window is facing the wrong way.

    Cant be waving "old glory" backwards.

    That subie is a beauty.

    Nice driving. There are some Prodrive sets in drop if you want to take a look.
    A lot of people make that mistake, but it is actually the proper way to display the flag.

    "To wear our country's flag properly, the field of stars is worn closest to your heart. Further, when worn on the sleeve of a military uniform, the flag should appear to be advancing and not retreating. Thus, if your patch is to be worn on your LEFT sleeve, use a left flag (normal). For patches worn on your RIGHT sleeve, use a "right" or "reversed field" flag."

    - USHistory.org
    "The full-color U.S. flag cloth replica is worn so that the star field faces forward, or to the flag’s own right. When
    worn in this manner, the flag is facing to the observer’s right, and gives the effect of the flag flying in the breeze as the
    wearer moves forward. The appropriate replica for the right shoulder sleeve is identified as the reverse side flag."

    Army Regulation 670–1 / Section 28–18. Wear of full-color U.S. flag cloth replica
    Here's an example:


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