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WTCC 2009 Announced
Game News | WTCC 2009 | By Paul on 7 March 2009 17:09

News has slipped out that Simbin are planning to release another WTCC game, WTCC 2009.

Simbin have revealed that they are working on a new title; WTCC 2009 which will feature the cars and tracks from the 2009 WTCC season as well as some American muscle cars and tracks. The game will use ISI's gMotor graphics engine.
That is all that is known about this title now, but neverless we have added a WTCC 2009 game profile which we will update as more information becomes available.

Don't forget to also post your comments about this on our forums.

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finya October 25, 2011 Awts this is so nice I so love this.. nakaka ratele ako.. I have a similar experience with my best friend since elementary.. hahaha we fought and we didn't talk for two years (junior and senior year in HS).. I thought that's the end of it.. but suddenly the latter part of senior year we are on speaking terms again as if nothing happened.. and luckily we are already enjoying 13 years of friendship and counting! Fighting is a test of friendship pag na overcome niyo yun you gain a friend for life. :p – Gamze 22-Nov-2015
Corey: I was reviewing cmotenms on the blog, and I find yours quite interesting (and not just this one). The distinction you mention between prior info and coding it Bayesianly is relevant to our current discussion, but recall the use of prior info in my recent ESP posts (which consisted of a repertoire of flaws and foibles that prevent any observed successes to count as corroborating ESP. How do we code this? And why bother trying to when we know darn well how to directly use this information for appraising and designing inquiries. Let’s have lunch if I’m ever in the same city as you. Sure. That would be Blacksburg, VA, London, UK, New York City, or Elba, Italy (each with various probabilities). – Alastar 13-Nov-2015
bonsoir,pouvez vous me dire si mon nume9ro de che2ssis est bien celui d'une Vespa Super 150 de 1966VBCIT13332(01)et ou trouver le nume9ro de che2ssis.merci de me tenir au cnibaotruen e0 vousPascal de Belgique – Ifat 29-Oct-2015
hi caitlyn! this is great! i'm kinda in the same boat as you. i've been trniyg to find some balance in my life with all the different areas. i like the idea of a to be list. i think you and i are similar in many ways i'm constantly planning and organizing and journaling trniyg to be a good steward with things that God has given me. i think that's why i enjoy your blog so much. thank you for your friendship. i hope i can encourage you as you encourage me. keep it up i'm proud of you for putting thought into this now (before you have kids!) with that being said, i need to get dinner out of the oven, corral the kids, fold/wash a load of laundry before hubby comes home from a meeting and i go to women's Bible study tonight! phew! then i get to come home to a stack of papers to grade. but it's all good! – Vicheth 27-Oct-2015
I was spamming and got the same sceren as you did. Seeing I had my old email (never used it more than once), I resorted to that and it was all sorted out Seeing so many people got the problem, I'm starting to think I got the lucky end of the stick! That's a shitload of people. I hope your email is sorted out soon. Seeing so many people got the problem, maybe start considering creating a new permanent email address? I thought long and hard about it myself until it worked out like it did.Anyway, if I can be of help just send a shout. – FaBii 27-Oct-2015
Corey: I was reviewing coenmmts on the blog, and I find yours quite interesting (and not just this one). The distinction you mention between prior info and coding it Bayesianly is relevant to our current discussion, but recall the use of prior info in my recent ESP posts (which consisted of a repertoire of flaws and foibles that prevent any observed successes to count as corroborating ESP. How do we code this? And why bother trying to when we know darn well how to directly use this information for appraising and designing inquiries. Let’s have lunch if I’m ever in the same city as you. Sure. That would be Blacksburg, VA, London, UK, New York City, or Elba, Italy (each with various probabilities). – Joedito 27-Oct-2015
Interesting article there. Though I am all for this young polpee thing. Experience does matter, and yes all teams including Ferrari, Merc. Lotus, RBR use CFD. CFD has been used to determine the design and then the wind tunnel to validate and verify this design. All the vis-flow paint during testing does this what CFD does and that is what polpee have been doing, yes, Luca will go all mad I can see that right now But I am not sure that youth always bring good to the sport. Vettel is where Alonso was just a couple of years back. Alonso used to do the same point fingers (sometimes the wrong ones) and then start a brilliant race and stick with it, but when he used to be behind frustrating drivers getting past was all curses and voices. After he was in a slow car he realized what it feels like, Vettel is going the same lane now. He is Young and in a good car, he is a good driver as well. But that does not mean he gets to say things like these every now and then. All i want to say is sometimes experience is important. When we run simulation models we make 5 copies of results of different configurations and take it to the guy who has been in the business for years ahd show it to him he, 8/10 times finds out which is a fake report and which is spot on. To reach here you need experience, to gain experience you need to spend time, to spend time, you need to grow old.You mentioned Horner, did you read that he sent his managers to the Marussia and the HRT saying that they should know their places and should step out of the way..is this what we want? I agree some of the things are rubbish nowadays in F1 but the fact of the matter is we need polpee like Bernie who come up with god awful things and keep F1 in the news.I mean no offence to the author of the article, just voicing, as a youth, what I feel. And, yes, I have a professor who is pushing 60 s has 6 kids here, he does things with tech that most hackers I know cant. Just to say old polpee do like tech and do use it. – Harish 26-Oct-2015
Interessante e muito bom esse retorno de vcs. Realmente, acho que fazer o Credencial na 2a feira e0 noite pode cruiotbnir pre1 qualidade do material. c0s vezs, no domingo, eu estou meio no "piloto autome1tico" no final do dia de tanta canseira.Tibone e quem mais teve problema, editei o post e coloquei um link para a pe1gina do 4shared para vcs baixarem o programa. Que abre com a f3tima vinheta que vc fez, valeu mais uma vez!Ainnem, o Kubica este1 de olho na vaga do Trulli na Toyota, foi o que se falou em Valencia. Sobre a BMW, o futuro do time este1 nas maos do Peter Sauber. Acho q se salva com dinheiro da Petronas, de outros investidores do sudeste asie1tico e um novo chefe de equipe. – Shul 18-Jul-2015
This is an old article but since you have risead some points let me clarify things. No one is saying that old people should not at all exist in F1. What I am complaining about is the fact that it has become a sport that has more geriatrics in it than youth. Vettel may have been brash and insulted Karthikeyan and as Indians we do get offended by it. But that does not mean that older drivers keep their cool. Till the end Barrichello was doing and saying things that were unbecoming of his age. Age and experience are not necessarily related the way we think they are. It is like saying that the older you get, the wiser you are. Please believe me there are plenty of old men who are none the wiser for their age and that includes me. Jarno Trulli was in Caterham (then Team Lotus) for two years and did precious little to develop the car into anything. Barrichello did little for Williams despite his experience. Even the great Schumacher could do nothing for Mercedes in two years and is unlikely to do anything in the third year as well. Instead of these people blocking the way of younger drivers and making money in the process, it would be better to give younger drivers a chance. I think there are two extremes. RBR and STR are two teams that fire young people like Jaime Alguersuari and Sebastien Buemi saying that they are not world championship winning material but other teams are persisting with Schumacher, Pedro De La Rosa, Narain Karthikeyan, Timo Glock, Heikki Kovalainen and till recently Trulli and Barrichello. Other than Schumacher who has won 7 world championships the others do not even remotely look like race winners leave alone world champions. Somewhere there has to be a balance and that is missing. – Honga 17-Jul-2015
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