We take to the 5.26km Dikkebus stage in clear conditions, using Thierry Neuville and Martijn Wydaeghe’s Hyundai i20 WRC car – the team and car that won the real-world Ypres Rally Belgium earlier this year.
There are lots of square rights and left, with deep ditches on either side to catch out the unwary. Some sections are extremely fast, requiring precise steering inputs and perfectly timed brake applications.
This was played on a PS5 in WRC 10’s ‘Balanced Mode’, with an old-school Logitech G29 steering wheel peripheral. Manual gears, no assists.
There are seven new Belgian stages now available in-game, alongside three new cars and Anniversary events. Plus, a revised co-driver mode. Let us know in the comments below what you think of the new routes!