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Colin McRae Rally 3
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Colin McRae Rally 2005
Rally Championship
World Rally Championship
WRC II Extreme
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Colin McRae Rally 3

Car List

Baja Buggy4WD180
Citroen 2CV Sahara4WD120
Citroen XsaraFWD285
Citroen Xsara Kit CarFWD290
Fiat Punto Rally CarFWD215
Ford Focus RS WRC 014WD300
Ford Focus RS WRC 024WD300
Ford Puma Rally CarFWD200
Ford RS2004WD420
Ford RS FocusFWD215
Ford WRC Replica Transit VanRWD215
Lancia 037RWD325
Metro 6R44WD380
MG ZR Rally CarFWD204
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII4WD290
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII RS II4WD290
Mitsubishi Pajero4WD191
Subaru Impreza 22B STI4WD288
Subaru Impreza WRX (44S)4WD288

Colin McRae Rally 04

Car List

Audi Sport Quattro Rallye VersionGroup B55010901.982
Citroen Saxo Kit Car2WD2079434.556
Citroen Xsara4WD31411983.815
Fiat Punto Super 16002WD2159504.419
Ford Focus4WD31012103.903
Ford Puma Super 16002WD2009484.740
Ford RS 200Group B42011402.714
Lancia 037Group B3259632.963
MG ZR Super 16002WD2129524.491
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII4WD31012003.871
Peugeot 205 T16 Evo2Group B4809101.896
Peugeot 2064WD31211503.686
Subaru Impreza WRX 44S4WD31212053.862
Volkswagen Rallye Golf2WD2309704.217

Colin McRae Rally 2005

Car List

Alfa Romeo 147 GTASuper 2WD25013605.440
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV 2000 TurbodeltaRWD15010807.200
Audi A3 3.2 Quattro4WD25014955.980
Audi Sport Quattro S1Group B45010902.422
Citroen Saxo2WD2109504.524
Citroen Xsara4WD31012303.968
Ford Escort RS CosworthClassic30012304.100
Ford Fiesta Rallye Concept2WD22010004.545
Ford Focus4WD30012304.100
Ford MK1 EscortSpecial21010274.890
Ford RS200Group B45010802.400
Ford Sierra CosworthRWD30011753.917
Lancia 037RWD3259602.954
Lancia Delta IntegraleClassic34511493.330
Lancia StratosRWD2809803.500
Land Rover Freelander M-Sport4x4 Offroad17716509.322
MG 6R4Group B41010402.537
MG MGC Sebring SpecialSpecial20211105.495
MG ZR2WD2159604.465
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII4WD30012304.100
Morris Mini Cooper S 1967Special1006706.700
Nissan Pickup - Dakar 20044x4 Offroad28017506.250
Peugeot 205 T16 Evo2Group B4249102.146
Peugeot 2064WD30012304.100
Renault Sport Clio V6Super 2WD25514005.490
Shogun Montero Evolution II4x4 Offroad27018256.759
Subaru Impreza 22B STiClassic30012304.100
Subaru Impreza WRX4WD30012304.100
Toyota Celica GT-FourClassic30011204.100
Toyota Celica GT-S2WD18011366.311
Volkswagen Beetle RSiSpecial22515156.733
Volkswagen Golf GTISuper 2WD20013226.610
Volkswagen Golf R324WD24114656.079
Volkswagen Polo Super 16002WD21510504.884

Rally Championship

Car List

Audi Quattro4WD2110cc, 5cyl, T5-spd H370
Lancia StratosRWD2400cc, 6cyl2WD 5-spd H270
Mini CooperFWD1300cc, 4cyl2WD 4-spd H115
1600 ModifiedDriveEngineGearboxBHP
Ford PumaFWD1600cc, 16v6-spd Seq220
Honda CivicFWD1600cc, 16v6-spd H215
Peugeot 106FWD1600cc, 16v6-spd H210
Proton CompactFWD1600cc, 16v5-spd H207
2000 ModifiedDriveEngineGearboxBHP
Ford Escort MaxiFWD2000cc, 16v6-spd Seq270
Hyundai CoupeFWD2000cc, 16v6-spd Seq265
Renault MeganeFWD2000cc, 16v6-spd Seq260
Seat IbizaFWD2000cc, 16v6-spd Seq275
Vauxhall AstraFWD2000cc, 16v6-spd Seq280
Volkswagen GolfFWD2000cc, 20v6-spd Seq265
Ford Focus4WD2000cc, 4cyl, 16v, T6-spd Seq300
Hyundai Accent4WD2000cc, 4cyl, 16v, T6-spd Seq300
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V4WD2000cc, 4cyl, 16v, T6-spd H300
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI4WD4cyl, 16v, T6-spd Seq300
Peugeot 2064WD2000cc, 16v, T6-spd Seq300
Seat Cordoba4WD2000cc, 16v, T6-spd Seq300
Skoda Octavia4WD2000cc, 4cyl, 20v, T6-spd Seq300
Subaru Impreza 19984WDE120, Quad Cam, T6-spd H300
Subaru Impreza 20004WDE120, Quad Cam, T6-spd H300
Subaru Impreza 20014WDE120, Quad Cam, T6-spd H300
Citroen SaxoFWD1600cc, 16v5-spd H165
Ford Puma SPFWD1400cc5-spd H160
Nissan MicraFWD1300cc, 16v6-spd Seq150
Skoda FeliciaFWD1400cc5-spd H110


Quirks and Features

The Bad
  • More of an arcade-style rally game than a rally simulation.
The Good
  • Works with the Logitech Driving Force steering wheel.
  • Circuit rally racing instead of the usual point-to-point.

Car List

Audi Quattro E2Power686
Citroen Saxo Super 1600Compact846
Ford Escort RS1800 Mk.II *Compact5 / 66 / 76
Ford Escort RS Cosworth *Sports7 / 86 / 77
Ford Racing Puma *Compact6 / 75 / 68
Ford RS200 *Power89 / 107 / 8
Lancia Delta IntegraleSports776
Lancia Rallye 037Power897
Lancia StratosSports677
MG Metro 6R4Power8106
Mini CooperCompact1038
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6 *Turbo87 / 86
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7 *Turbo86 / 78
Peugeot 106 GTI 2000Compact747
Peugeot 205 T16 GRB *Power78 / 96 / 7
Peugeot 206 Racing 1999Turbo778
Peugeot 306 Maxi 1996Sports766
Porsche 911 Paris-Dakar *Turbo8 / 986
Porsche 911 SC Safari *Compact5 / 65 / 68
Porsche 959 Paris-Dakar *Power88 / 97 / 8
Porsche Cayenne Turbo *Sports76 / 78
Subaru Impreza 2000Turbo867
Subaru Impreza 2002Turbo976
Toyota Celica GT4 ST205 *Sports86 / 77
* The second numbers are specs for the Platinum (+) version.

World Rally Championship

Car List

  • Citroen Xsara
  • Ford Focus
  • Hyundai Accent
  • Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Peugeot 206
  • Skoda Octavia
  • Subaru impreza

WRC II Extreme

Quirks and Features

The Bad
  • No bonus items till after championship round 7 (i.e., after 42 stages).
  • Unlocked Extreme cars can only be used in Time Trials (not in championships).
  • Although you have the steering on the analogue stick, it will only steer FULL left, straight ahead or FULL right - you can check this using the different camera views, push the stick 1 nano degree to the left, and the driver's hands and the front wheels will carry on till full lock!
The Good
  • Works with the Logitech Driving Force steering wheel.
  • Good playability (doesn't have the irritating junctions that WRC3 has).
  • Extreme cars (and other bonuses) are easier to unlock than in WRC3.

Car List

WRC CarsEngine, GearsTiresBhpKg.
Citroen Xsara WRC1998cc, 6Michelin3001230
Ford Focus RS WRC 20021995cc, 6Pirelli3001230
Hyundai Accent WRC1998cc, 6Michelin3001230
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo WRC1997cc, 6Michelin3001230
Peugeot 206 WRC1997.5cc, 5Michelin3001230
Skoda Octavia WRC1999.3cc, 6Michelin3001240
Subaru Impreza WRC 20021994cc, 6Pirelli3001230
Extreme CarsEngine, GearsTiresBhpKg.
Ford Focus Extreme2000cc, 6Pirelli6501230
Hyundai Accent Extreme2000cc, 6Michelin6001230
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII Max2000cc, 6Michelin6501230
Peugeot 206 Extreme2000cc, 6Michelin6801230
Skoda Octavia Extreme2000cc, 6Michelin6501230
Subaru Impreza Extreme2000cc, 6Pirelli7001230

Events / Championship Rounds

  1. Monaco
  2. Sweden
  3. France
  4. Spain
  5. Cyprus
  6. Argentina
  7. Greece
  1. Kenya
  2. Finland
  3. Germany
  4. Italy
  5. New Zealand
  6. Australia
  7. U.K.

Secret Codes

CHROMEMakes car more reflective
DISCODisco lighting
EVOSAccess to all bonus cars, worlds, and difficulty levels *
FLIPLEFTSwap left/right inputs
HELIUMHigh-pitched co-driver voice
KANGAROOBouncy suspension
LUNARReduced gravity
MOBLURTurns on motion blur
NITROHuge power boost
NOREARSet car to FWD only
PUSHMESet car to RWD only
SATALITEDrive with satellite view of car
SWAYSome swaying trees and crowds
UFOPTERReplaces helicopter with UFO

* With the "EVOS" code active, you have access to a WRC-X Bonus World/Round which includes three tracks with huge drops and jumps etc, maybe with reduced gravity.

Special Thanks To:

  • Anthony Lester, for pointing out the PS2 game controller quirk, and for providing the WRC-X info.

WRC 3: The Official Game of the FIA World Rally Championship

Quirks and Features

The Bad
  • Lots of irritating easy-to-miss junctions added to stages.
  • Lots of dangerous turns and roadside objects added, making it extremely hard to avoid car damage.
  • Limited number of car tuning options (only 3; WRC2 has 7).
  • Rounds 8-14 (Germany-UK) only available after podium position in WRC mode championship.
  • Takes way too long to unlock all the Extreme and Concept cars (8-12 hours per Extreme car, and 3-5 hours per Concept car).
  • Weight missing from car specs, so there's no way to calculate power-to-weight ratio.
  • On-screen gauges don't include an odometer (would've been handy since bonus cars are awarded according to mileage).
The Good
  • Works with the Logitech Driving Force steering wheel and allows adjusting the strength of force feedback.
  • Car upgrades (WRC Evolutions) are unlocked simply by putting mileage on the car (100km per upgrade, 5 upgrades max).
  • Easier to see which gear you're in (WRC2 has tiny hard-to-read gear display).
  • Uses less space on a memory card (only 112K; WRC2 uses 1.5M).
  • 3D Car Explorer gives you a more detailed look at the cars.

Car List

WRC CarsEngineDriveBhp
Citroen Xsara WRC1998cc, 4cyl4WD300
Ford Focus RS WRC031995cc, 4cyl4WD300
Hyundai Accent WRC31998cc, 4cyl4WD300
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII WRC1997cc, 4cyl4WD300
Peugeot 206 WRC1997cc, 4cyl4WD300
Skoda Fabia WRC1999cc, 4cyl4WD300
Subaru Impreza WRC 20031994cc, 4cyl4WD300
Extreme CarsEngineDriveBhp
Citroen Xsara Extreme 20032000cc, 4cyl4WD640
Ford Focus RS Extreme 032000cc, 4cyl4WD660
Hyundai Accent Extreme 032000cc, 4cyl4WD640
Mitsubishi Evolution Max II Extreme2000cc, 4cyl4WD640
Peugeot 206 Extreme 20032000cc, 4cyl4WD640
Skoda Fabia Extreme 20032000cc, 4cyl4WD670
Subaru Impreza Extreme 20032000cc, 4cyl4WD670
Concept CarsEngineDriveBhp
Ford Fiesta Rallye Sport1600cc, 4cylFWD210
Mitsubishi Pajero Dakar3500cc, 6cyl4WD370
Peugeot 406 Coupe3000cc, V6FWD250
Skoda Superb Sonic3000cc, 6cylFWD250
Subaru B11S3000cc, 6cyl4WD400

Events / Championship Rounds

  1. Monaco
  2. Sweden
  3. Turkey
  4. New Zealand
  5. Argentina
  6. Greece
  7. Cyprus
  1. Germany
  2. Finland
  3. Australia
  4. Italy
  5. France
  6. Spain
  7. Great Britain

WRC Evolutions (Car Upgrades)

1 Electronics, Engine ManagementImproved torque and acceleration in all gears
2 Induction, Exhaust SystemGreater boost with better acceleration at low revs
3 Components OverhaulMore durability and faster repairs in service area
4 Aerodynamics PackageGreater stability and handling on all surfaces
5 Engine/Turbo/Tranny OverhaulSignificant performance increase across the board

Bonus Items

BonusTo Unlock
WRC Evolutions (car upgrades)Put mileage on car (100km per upgrade, 5 upgrades max)
Rounds 8-14 (Germany-GB)Place 3rd or better in championship (WRC mode)
Championship: Expert LevelExcel at Professional Difficulty
Extreme CarsPut 750 km mileage on the WRC version of the car
Championship: Extreme LevelExcel at Expert Difficulty, unlock at least 1 Extreme Car
Time Trials: Extreme LevelWin Expert Championship, unlock at least 1 Extreme Car
Concept CarsPut 1000 km mileage on the Extreme car of the same make
Time Trials: Concept LevelUnlock at least 1 Concept Car


  • For mileage statistics, the two Ford Focus cars (BP and Castrol) are the same; putting mileage on one will also update the mileage stats for the other.
  • Notes for Action Replay "Static Timer" cheat :
    • Timer is frozen at 00:00.02 making all new records unbeatable.
    • Cars can't be viewed in Car Menu (for selecting a car) while cheat is active.
    • Program crashes if "3D Car Explorer" is selected while cheat is active.
  • AutoSave occurs just about every time you take a car out for a spin (whether for a championship, time trial, or whatever). The bad thing about this is that the memory card gets a lot of wear and tear. The good thing is that you don't necessarily have to save championships unless you want to continue them after a powerdown. Mileage, records, and unlocked bonuses are included in the AutoSave.
  • To unlock an Extreme Car, enter Expert championship with a WRC car. Exit the championship as soon as you unlock a car, since finishing the rest of the championship won't unlock any other cars. The unlocked car will be the Extreme version of the WRC car you entered.
  • To unlock a Concept Car, enter an Extreme championship with the car make that you want the Concept Car of. Exit the championship as soon as you unlock the car, since finishing the championship won't unlock any other cars. Note that there are no Citroen or Hyundai concept cars, so you don't really need to race the Extreme versions of those two.

For questions, comments, etc... see the
README file.

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