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The History of Rally - The Group A (with Pure Engine Sound)
...le gesta, i suoni ed il fascino di quelle vetture che hanno
caratterizzato il Mondiale Rally dalla fine degli anni ottanta alla metà
I modelli simbolici furono:
- Lancia Delta (4WD , 8V, 16V , Evoluzione '92)
- Ford Sierra (2WD e Sapphire 4X4)
- BMW M3
- Ford Escort Cosworth
- Subaru Impreza
- Toyota Celica (ST 165 , 185 , 205)
- Subaru Legacy
- Mitsubishi Lancer (Evo , Evo 2 , Evo 3)
- Renault Clio (16V , Williams , Kit)
Carlos Sainz & Lancia Delta HF Integrale ´93 - with pure engine sounds (WRC Tour de Corse 1993)
2-time World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz along with his team-mate Andrea
Aghini in action with the fabulous Lancia Delta HF Integrale in Tour de
Corse Rallye de France 1993 which was the 5th round of the 1993 WRC season.
After the successful years with Toyota 1993 was a tough season for Carlos
in the Jolly Club Lancia, achieving only one podium and no wins. But
despite the problems he was as spectacular as ever.
Lancia 037 Group B Represents Last Era of Racing Romance
Imagine yourself in Lancia’s position in the early 1980s. Your Stratos
has recently won three consecutive World Rally Championships (1974-76) but
you can see the writing on the wall, writing which reads
“all-wheel-drive.” How do you build on this past success and continue
to be competitive in the new decade? For Lancia, the answer was the 037,
which would ultimately become, in 1983, the last rear-wheel-drive car to
win the WRC Manufacturers' Championship before AWD competitors like the
Audi Quattro and Peugeot 205 T16 completely changed the sport forever.
To compete in Group B events, Lancia was obliged to meet homologation rules
by producing 200 street versions of the 037. While visually striking and
invigorating to drive, the 037 Stradale remains, at heart, a race car and
is thus anything but comfortable. This, however, is precisely what appeals
to owner Philip Toledano, who grew up watching Lancia–more specifically,
the Stratos and 037–dominate European rally racing.
“It’s not like [the 037] was just a sports car designed for people who
wanted to go fast,” says Phil. “This was designed for a purpose, and I
love things that were designed specifically for a purpose, like a
tool–except it's a fast tool that scares the crap out of you.”
The interior of the 037 Stradale belies the car’s racing heritage: the
dash contains a circuit board, conveniently located for periodic resets by
the navigator; a navigator’s light stands at the ready; and the oil
temperature gauge is located on the far right side of the dash, in front of
the navigator’s seat. The 037's exterior is similarly eye-catching.
Sporting a Pininfarina body and a 2.0 liter, supercharged Abarth engine
that, as Phil puts it, makes Star Wars-like noises as he revs through the
gears, the car attracts onlookers wherever it goes.
Usually, however, this 037 is but a screaming red blur, leaving those
onlookers little time to realize what they’ve just seen.