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dirt race cars for sale – Dirt 3

Dirt 3
Dirt 3
Dirt 3 (XBOX 360)

Dirt 3 is a popular rally racing game for Xbox 360 that combines the feel of fast-paced arcade style racing action across multiple surfaces and environments with realistic features found on real off-road circuits. The third release in the acclaimed off-road racing franchise, Dirt 3 features a range of racing and driving disciplines at spectacular locations, more than 100 routes, the finest selection of licensed action-sports racing cars, multistage rallies set at classic locations, exhilarating snow racing action and mesmerizing Gymkhana race events.
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More Cars, More Locations, More Everything
Dirt 3 boasts more cars, more locations, more routes and more events than any other game in the series, including over 50 rally cars representing the very best from five decades of the sport. With more than double the track content of 2009’s hit, Dirt 3 will see players start at the top as a professional driver, with a topflight career in competitive off-road racing complimented by the opportunity to express themselves in Gymkhana-style showpiece driving events. As players race to elevate their global standing, Dirt 3 delivers mud, sweat and gears the world over: from the intense weather-beaten rally stages of Europe, Africa and the US, to executing performance driving showcases and career challenges where car control is pushed to spectacular limits.
Rally racing in a rural environment in DiRT 3
The third release in the Dirt series contains more cars, more locations, more everything.
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Key Game Features
Be a Pro – Dirt 3 puts players in the racing boots of a professional motorsports athlete. The beaten up RV of Dirt 2 is a thing of the past as gamers compete against stars including Ken Block and Kris Meeke across a range of racing and driving disciplines at spectacular locations across the world.
More, More, More – Dirt 3 boasts more cars, more locations, more routes and more events than any other game in the Dirt series. There are now 100+ routes in the game compared to Dirt 2’s 41. Dirt 3 offers the finest selection of licensed action-sports racing cars available and the largest line up to feature in any Codemasters racing game, including cars that represent 5 decades of rallying from classics like the Mini Cooper and Audi Quattro to Ken Block’s rally spec Ford Fiesta.
Rally is Back – After consulting fan-feedback, reviews and performing exhaustive data mining, the standout event from Dirt 2, Rally, returns with more than double the amount of content. Multistage rallies are set at classic locations from the traditional rally heartland of Scandinavia to the jungles of Kenya and the forests of Europe and the USA, taking players to the most dramatic, inhospitable and exciting terrain on the planet where only the most fearless drivers race.
Express Yourself with Gymkhana – The 15 million-plus YouTube phenomenon pioneered by Ken Block now powerslides into to Dirt 3. Gamers can test their car control to the very limit and drift, spin-dry and jump their way to stardom in all new Gymkhana events. Set in specially created arenas packed with props, players can practice their skills, chain together moves, complete challenges or hang out online with friends in this spectacular video game first.
Let It Snow – For the first time in the Dirt series, players will enjoy the unique and exhilarating spectacle of racing on snow. A highly advanced particle and physics model powers snow that builds up on the track, wheel tread and the car as it falls more heavily throughout the race. As players drive they will feel the change in the handling as the snow compacts at different rates depending on your speed, angle and cornering. This best-in-class feature delivers truly jaw-dropping visual and performance effects.
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Racing in the snow in DiRT 3
A franchise first, snow racing.
View larger. A Gymkhana event from DiRT 3
Unique Gymkhana events.
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Split-screen functionality.
View larger. A multiplayer race screen utilizing cockpit view from DiRT 3
Multiplayer madness.
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Cottonwood Creek dirt road

Cottonwood Creek dirt road
Looking back north from where I had come from Kodachrome SP. YOu can see the dirt road running out along the flats.

I had just come up a steep grade where I had to stop mid-grade to let a range cow move out of the way. It was the only cow I saw on the 48 mile route and it was all by itself. It negotiated a steep slope to get out of the way. Remarkably agile for a cow.


Day one of this road trip was driving mostly interstate highways from my home in Eastern Washington to a rest stop off I-70 (Exit 86 at Fremont Junction, Utah), where I got a good night’s sleep.

Day two was spent trolling the Burr Trail road for autumn photography opportunities, just east of Boulder Town, Utah. Later that day I met my hiking friend John, in Escalante, Utah where we made final plans for a day hike in the Escalante River Canyon country, the next day.

Day three: John and I loaded our day packs into my old 4 X 4 pickup truck and drove to the Egypt trailhead early morning. We then took an enjoyable 10 mile round trip day hike down Fence Canyon, down the Escalante River, up Neon Canyon to the Golden Cathedral. Great hike.

Day four John headed north to his home in Western Washington and I headed south to explore the country between Cannonville, Utah and highway 89. The road is 46 to 48 miles long, depending on which road sign you read. The first 18 miles from Cannonville to Kodachrome State Park are paved. The next 30 miles to highway 89 is dirt and four wheel drive, high clearance, is a good idea. It had rained in the area recently and the dirt section had lots of deep ruts and boulders washed out onto the route out of side canyons in many places. The scenery made the drive well worthwhile.

After reaching highway 89, I made a quick stop to talk to the ranger at the Paria River rangers’ station then on to Kanab, north to Carmel Junction then the always scenic. Highway 9 into Zion National Park. I spent the entire afternoon taking short hikes in Zion NP and didn’t leave the park until the sun was gone. I then headed for home with a couple stops to get some sleep along the way. These photos are from day four of my trip. The drive and hikes down the Paria River and Cottonwood Creek canyons from Canonville to highway 89 and then the time spent in Zion NP.

202/365 – Rode Dirt, Ate Dirt

202/365 - Rode Dirt, Ate Dirt
Scott from the COMPoST mailing list invited me out to try my luck on a dirt bike. Em and MDR joined me out at Bong Recreation Area in S.E. Wisconsin. I had a blast, but of course pushed a bit too hard and supermaned into the dirt.

Great, now I want a dirt bike even more.

I’m treating my aches (and those from running 5 miles this morning) with ice and alcohol.

Happy Labor Day!

dirt race cars for sale

dirt race cars for sale

Dirt: The Complete First Season
Enter the secret and salacious world of show business through the back door. Lucy Spiller (Courteney Cox) makes the headlines as the woman Hollywood loves to hate in the darkly comedic drama Dirt. As editor-in-chief of Tinseltown’s most influential magazines, Spiller can make or break the stars. Her obsession with the seamy side of the entertainment industry gives her power over every celebrity in the biz, but leaves her helpless against her own demons. It’s “delirious, dizzy, decadent and altogether delicious,” raves The Miami Herald. Dig deep with Dirt: The Complete First Season. Experience every sumptuous episode, plus exciting bonus features you can’t see anywhere else, in this 4-disc box set. It’s tempting television at its best.

Hot-wired into the tabloid zeitgeist, Dirt is good, lurid fun. Courteney Cox, in a bold departure from Monica on Friends, stars as Lucy Spiller, editor of Dirt magazine. Relentless, high-strung Lucy is part Ben Bradlee and part Bonnie Fuller. She’s a stickler for journalistic integrity with a basic instinct for the scandalous “get.” “There’s actual reporting in what we do,” she rallies her reporters. “The only defense we have is the truth.” Lucy is saddled with a cliched personal life (abandonment issues, intimacy issues, blah, blah, blah). She is way more fun to watch at work when she’s blackmailing celebs to deliver scoops by threatening to reveal their sexual peccadilloes, stun-gunning one-night-stands, or betraying a loved one to score an exclusive, career-wrecking cover story. Her go-to photographer and best friend is Don Konkey (Ian Hart, an uncanny John Lennon in Backbeat and The Hours and Times) a functioning schizophrenic prone to hallucinations, but who will do anything for Lucy, even sever his own finger to gain admittance to a hospital where an unblemished Christian pop star is being mysteriously kept under wraps. Konkey is the voice and heart of Dirt. His introductory episode recaps are a highlight (“No offense, but you should be up on this by now,” he states in episode 7). Waiting in the wings on Lucy’s staff is Willa (Alex Breckenridge), young, green, and hungry. She becomes a much more provocative presence as she joins the dark side as the season progresses.
Dirt could use sharper writing, but it’s savvy enough when it comes to parsing Hollywood-speak. A celebrity’s so-called “exhaustion” is translated by Lucy to mean “rehab or a psychotic break.” Dirt drops A-list names (Clooney, Britney), but for a series set in Hollywood, it’s light on actual celebrities (director David Fincher and a self-deprecating Christopher Knight and Adrienne Curry appear as themselves). Instead, we get unconvincing fictional celebrities such as wash-out actor Holt McLaren (Josh Stewart), who gets his shot at superstardom by making the same kind of pact with Lucy that John Cassavetes made with the coven in Rosemary’s Baby. Just one scoop begins a downward spiral for his sitcom-actress girlfriend (Laura Allen) and her best friend, an actress with an ill-timed pregnancy (Shannyn Sossamon). Also getting down and dirty are Rick Fox as a compromised basketball superstar, Wayne Brady as a cultured thug, and, in the season finale, Jennifer Aniston as Lucy’s rival (and then some, although their much-hyped onscreen kiss is really much ado about nothing). An FX series, Dirt shovels on the network’s envelope-pushing profane language and graphic sex scenes. It should clean up on DVD. –Donald Liebenson