The DiRT Rally School is a series of tutorial videos made by Codemasters in which rally driver Jon Armstrong, who is the Codemasters rally consultant for DiRT Rally 2.0, goes over the techniques you'll need to master in order to drive through a rally stage and how rally and rallycross events work.
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Lesson 1: The Basics
Jon Armstrong goes over the basics you'll need in order to drive through a rally Stage.
Lesson 2: Advanced Techniques
Jon Armstrong shows you some more advanced driving techniques that you can make the most of on your next run.
Lesson 3: Drive Types
Jon Armstrong explains the differences between Front, Rear and All-Wheel Drive cars, and how you can get the most out of each.
Lesson 4: Surfaces Types
Snow, gravel, tarmac, all fun to drive on but each presenting their own unique challenges.
Jon Armstrong is breaking down the differences between each surface type.
Lesson 5: Track Features
Bumps, jumps and camber, these are the variables you'll come across as you take to the road in your rally car. Jon Armstrong gives you tips on each.
Lesson 6: Rallycross Overview
What is Rallycross, and how do events work? Jon Armstrong takes you through an event weekend and breaks it all down.
Lesson 7: Rally Overview
Jon Armstrong takes you through what happens when you enter a Rally event.