Lancia Stratos Steve Perez Great Sound
This is a short film of the Vodka Kick Lancia Startos as driven by Steve
Perez at the 2010 Chatsworth Show, the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed and
the 2010 Roger Albert Clark Rally.
Lancia Delta HF integrale (2015) - Super Power & Pure Sound!
During the first edition of Varano Rally Krono 2015 took the track the
beautiful modified Lancia Delta Integrale by Drago Motorsport with about
500 hp. In the first track session the car has had some serious problems
such as the rupture in 3 pieces of one of the rear disc brakes! The car
came in the paddock and rear discs were taken off so in the video you see
the car that braked only with the front system. To better slide into and
out of the corners the team put additional spacers to the wheels which
rests tyres against the wheel arches, the probable cause of the white smoke
that you see coming from the back. Remains the spectacle of its violent
acceleration, great fun to see the Delta turn and overtake easily all cars!
Durante la prima edizione 2015 del Varano Rally Krono è tornata in pista
la mitica Deltona dei ragazzi della Drago Motorsposrt. La vettura
pesantemente modificata è accreditata di circa 500 CV ed anche in questa
sessione di prove in pista hanno avuto alcuni seri inconvenienti come la
rottura in 3 pezzi di uno dei freni a disco posteriori! L'auto è rientrata
e sono stati tolti quindi i dischi al posteriore e nel video che vedete
l'auto frenava solo con l'impianto all'avantreno. Per farla scivolare
meglio in entrata ed uscita dalle curve sono stati messi ulteriori
distanziali alle ruote le quali in appoggio strisciavano contro i
passaruota, la probabile causa del fumo bianco che vedete provenire dal
retro vettura. Resta la spettacolarità delle sue violente accelerazioni,
grande divertimento vederla girare e passare agilmente tutte le auto in
Event / Manifestazione: Varano Rally Krono
When / Quando: 18/01//2015
Where / Dove: Varano de' Melegari (Pr)
ItaliaspeedTV - New Lancia Stratos on track at Wächtersbach (Video: Bayerischer Rundfunk)
Video: Bayerischer Rundfunk. The 'New Stratos' project has taken another
stride forward as it counts down to a launch date at Paul Ricard in
November, with the reborn Lancia legend this time being put through its
paces on a German handling course and the team involved again reporting its
capabilities exceeded their expectations. Following a well-documented test
at the Fiat Group's proving ground at Balocco in June, this latest test
session took place at the Wächtersbach complex in Germany, which
incorporates a short circuit and handling course. According to the
project's official website: "Wächtersbach's tight handling course put
different demands on the vehicle than the Balocco track had done thus far."
Once again at the wheel of the new sports car prototype, and leader of the
development program, was former F1 driver Tiago Monteiro. The Portuguese
driver competed in 37 grands prix with Jordan, Midland and Spyker, and
collected a podium finish in the controversial United States Grand Prix in
2005. He currently races in the FIA World Touring Car Championship for a
SEAT satellite team, and also piloted the New Stratos prototype during its
initial Balocco test. Behind the wheel in Germany, too, was Michael
Stoschek, the German automotive sector industrialist and historic rally
driver who has brought the ambitious project to fruition, as well as his
son Maximilian. According to the official website, "an enhanced Porsche 911
GT3 RS was used as the reference car", and, as at Balocco where an insider
told Italiaspeed that "all the benchmarks had been exceeded", this time the
sports car seems to have been equally as impressive in what was a very
different scenario. "All in all, the test confirmed that the vehicle is
both extraordinarily agile and a phenomenally fun drive," the report
stated. Matthias Mohr, a test engineer from Sachs ZF, was also able to try
out individual damper adjustments while the sports car was being driven on
the track. Following that test the New Stratos will be fitted with harder
suspension springs and a more direct steering ratio before its next test
takes place, once again at Balocco, in mid-September. Photos from the test
at Wächtersbach also show the cockpit, although the finish is very much
still in its prototype phase. Notably, the driver's helmet can be seen
tucked into the door panel compartment -- as in the original -- but this
time around, the legendary 'helmet pocket' is made of carbonfibre.
RALLY LANA STORICO 2010: Lancia Delta S4 Special Guest Star
RALLY LANA STORICO 2010: Lancia Delta S4 Special Guest Star
Short videoclip entirely dedicated to the generous participation of Lancia
Delta S4 driven by Paolo Antonazzo and Marco Zegna to the 2nd edition of
Rally Lana Storico. The fans were encouraging so hard that it could have
been considered the special guest star of this event!
The Lancia Delta S4 is a Group B rally car that competed in the World
Rally Championship in 1985 and 1986, until Group B cars were banned from
competition by the FIA. The car replaced and was an evolution of the Lancia
037 Monte Carlo. The S4 took full advantage of the Group B regulations, and
featured a midship-mounted engine and all wheel drive for superior traction
and handling. The car's 1759 cc four cylinder engine combined supercharging
and turbocharging to reduce turbo lag at low RPM. Officially the car produced
(410 kW). Independent figures show the S4 could accelerate from 0 to 100
km/h (62 mph) on gravel in just 2.3 seconds. An engine capacity multiple of
1.4 was applied to forced induction engines by the FIA and the choice of
1759 cc put the S4 in the under 2500 cc class which allowed a min weight of
890 kg (1,962 lb). The combined super/turbocharger system was a development of the 037
engine that produced 350 hp (261 kW) with a Supercharger only. This was competitive with the
Audi Quattro in 1984 which also had 350 hp (261 kW), but by the 1985 season
Audi's S1 was homologated with 600 hp (450 kW). Consequently, a turbo had to be added to the S4 engine design to
2010 Lancia Stratos concept (also in HD)
The legendary Lancia Stratos HF was without a doubt the most spectacular
and successful rally car of the 70s. With its thrilling lines and
uncompromising design tailored to rally use, the Lancia Stratos not only
single-handedly rewrote the history of rallying, it won a permanent place
in the hearts of its countless fans with its dramatic performance on the
world's asphalt and gravel tracks - a performance which included three
successive world championship titles.
For Michael Stoschek, a collector and driver of historic racing cars, as
well as a successful entrepreneur in the automotive supply industry, the
development and construction of a modern version of the Lancia Stratos
represents the fulfillment of a long-held dream. Back in 2003, the dream
had already begun to take on a concrete form; now, at last, it has become a
In November 2010, forty years after the Stratos' presentation at the Turin
Motor Show, the New Stratos was publicly presented for the first time at
the Paul Ricard Circuit - the legend returns.
It all began in 1970, at the Turin exhibition stand of the automobile
designer, Bertone. The extreme Stratos study on display there - a stylistic
masterpiece by the designer Marcello Gandini - didn't just excite visitors,
but caught the attention of Cesare Fiorio, Lancia's team manager at the
time... and refused to let go.
Lancia Stratos Concept (2010)
Just one year later, the Lancia Stratos assumed its final form when the
midmounted V4 engine from the Lancia Fulvia was replaced by the
significantly more powerful Ferrari Dino V6 engine. The road version of
this "flounder" was just 1.08 meters high, mounted on a short steel
chassis, and its aerodynamically sophisticated body was molded from
reinforced fiberglass. The Lancia Stratos' low weight, ideal weight
distribution and excellent dynamics provided the optimum conditions for
spectacular performance on the international rally tracks, which at the
time were still dominated by Alpine and Porsche. However, the results were
not so immediately gratifying.
It was only when Lancia works driver Sandro Munari and British Formula 1
driver Mike Parkes got behind the wheel of the ruthless driving machine
that success finally materialized. And it did so at lightning speed: in
1973 Sandro Munari took home the first victory for the Lancia Stratos HF,
and the victories just kept coming in throughout 1974. By the end of 1976,
the Lancia Stratos had pulled off a hat trick, winning three World Cup
titles in a row.
The Italian "flying wedge" also enjoyed success beyond its works
deployment: top driver Bernard Darniche brought home an incredible 41
victories in his Lancia Stratos - the majority of them for the private
team, Chardonnet of France.
The Fiat group's dramatic reduction of the Lancia racing budget in 1979, in
favor of the Fiat 131 Abarth, was the death knell for the Stratos works
team. From then on, only dedicated private teams took to the track
competing against works cars - as in the 1981 Monte Carlo Rally.
Even today, there's hardly any other vehicle that excites audiences at
worldwide motor sport events like the Lancia Stratos. Michael and
Maximilian Stoschek have also shared in this enthusiasm for many years -
not, however, as spectators, but as active motor sports enthusiasts - and
they have made the creation of a modern interpretation of this legendary
automobile their goal.
Lancia Stratos HF - PURE RALLY SOUND [Full HD] by TB1
The tribute of the magnificent Lancia Stratos HF with some of my shots!
Turn up the speakers to listen to the symphony of the 2.4 V6 Dino Ferrari!
Il tributo della magnifica Lancia Stratos HF con alcune delle mie riprese!
Alzate le casse per ascoltare la sinfonia del 2.4 V6 Dino Ferrari!
Shots/Riprese: Rally Valpantena 2011, Rally Campagnolo 2012/2013, Ronde del
grifo 2013, Rally Expo 2013.
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