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Many of these are covered in the game manual, but for more detailed info and links to other info, see:
Game manual? I got no steenking game manual!
What else am I missing?
P.S. You wouldn't be glorifying the RT ReadMe, would you?
Are you sure you don't have the manual?
All copies of RT I've seen had a nice 80-page (bi-lingual, Eng/Fin) printed manual inside the DVD case, along with the game CD. Haven't checked, but I wouldn't be surprised if there was a .pdf of the manual on the CD...
I bought a spare copy of RT about a year ago. I have only just opened it and thereis no manual with it, so guess, as Zieman said, that there probably is a PDF manuel somewhere on the disc.
4 June 08, 16:47
I do also have only the CD and no manual. In the CD there isn't pdf, only ReadMe.txt file with basic commands. And I did bought this from eBay. It's a new german/english version.
My disk is a used original that I bought through Amazon. It came from some outfit in Midland, Michigan. The jewel case looked original but there was nothing in it but the CD and the case labels. US$9. No PDF on the disk, just the readme. But heck, I'm so hot, who needs it? Besides there's the link, Wikipedia!
Most of what you need to know about RT can b found here, otherwise, just ask and many here will help out.
28 July 10, 14:08
One thing i have noticed after a big break i had to have - clean driving lines save you mysterious amounts of seconds.
I had a go today, just to see how much can you win with a completely clean run.
I compared one old hotlap race we had here, and which i was in the top-3, and today i was way off my own pace for 2h...and even then i was 0.2 sec behind myself,damn :/
For example: one left-3 corner on gravel cost me 2 seconds because i went slightly sideways.
Sliding is fun, but not always fast.
Now, a scandinavian flick anyone? :mrgreen:
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