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Richard Burns Rally™ RBR-PC
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ABOUT Richard Burns Rally™

The BEST Rally simulator!

If you like the Richard Burns Rally, then join us!

What is RBR?
Richard Burns Rally (RBR) is a sim racing game, published by SCi and developed by Warthog with advice of WRC driver Richard Burns. It simulates both classic and modern rallying, and is best known for its realistic physics engine.

This game is considered by many gamers to be one of the most realistic and difficult racing simulators. RBR was not made to be modifiable, but despite this there are mods available due to a large online community. The game was originally an offline racing game but user created mods have enabled online play.

What can you do here?
You can find useful helps here, how to install the Plugins and etc....
Also you can meet other RBR Fanatic players. :D
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Johnny XFree May 18 @ 7:42pm 
Congratulations!! 1500+ members!
LlWh762 May 8 @ 11:07pm 
Exactly 1500 members nice
Yoshi Mar 2 @ 5:31am 
Congratulations!!! 1400 member!!
Marius Jan 15 @ 9:42am 
Congratulations!! 1300 members!
allunaator Jan 14 @ 3:00pm 
RBR Hungary plugin best :steamhappy:
mikSder Dec 12, 2020 @ 9:33am 
hello and good evening, anyone who complains about the tarmac physics should know that car like subaru wrc 2003 model has active differentials, its really complex system but its basically electronic and hydraulic controlled differential locking system. Default setup is totally done wrong for the tarmac setup, maybe the guy was drunk or something. Only advice i can give that put more locking force to the front than center or real differentials, it makes the car lot more stable. This is only small advice, i would need to wrote whole article how exactly the differentials work, its really complex system.
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