Lancia Delta S4.. prototype Abarth1984 group B prototipo

Imagine watching this video in 1984,it must have seemed like a car from another planet. People forget that in those days an escort xr3i, pur jo 205 gti,golf gti etc were considered as fast cars... And for those who have seen the Toivonen fireball will appreciate how bloody dangerous it was............. also,unlike the WRC crap of today,you could buy a road going version of the rally car

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+1000 HP Lancia Delta RR1 by Rama Racing: LAUNCH + start up + drag race
See all the pictures here: http://davide458italia.blogspot.it/2012/10/lancia-delta-1000hp-photos-video .html Like me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davide458italia. Full HD video 1080p. In this video you can see some modified Lancia Delta HF Integrale during drag races. The most powerful is the yellow one: it produces more than 1000 hp and accelerates from standstill to 400 m in 9.210 seconds. It is modified by Rama Racing, for drag race. It's the fastest Delta in the world! The black one is the Delta by Risi Engineering. You can see the start up of the Delta RR1, and launches during the race, some revs, pure sound and burnout to warm up the tires. Nel video potete vedere alcune Lancia Delta modificate alle gare d'accelerazione all'aeroporto di Fossoli. La più potente è quella gialla, la Delta RR1 modificata da Rama Racing. Ha più di 1000 CV e accelera da ferma i 400 m in 9,210 secondi. Quella nera è la Delta by Risi Engineering. Tutte le foto qui: http://davide458italia.blogspot.it/2012/10/lancia-delta-1000hp-photos-video .html





Best of Rally Crash 2013
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This Lancia Delta S4 Is A Ballet Of Brutality
“It’s a car enthusiast’s collection, right,” says John Campion. “I don’t have cars because I want to impress anybody. If you don’t know what a rally car is, you’re kinda like, ‘That’s a dirty car, there are cracks on it’… But I find the passion I have for these cars goes back to the individuals who drove them.” Beginning as a “lucky” immigrant to the U.S. in 1984 with $26 in his pocket, Campion has worked hard for the last few decades and is finally able to indulge in the vehicles most meaningful to him. From a Lotus Cortina similar to the Ford Cortina his father bought new in period to World Rally Championship rally-winning group B cars, his collection is definitely filled with fog lights and Martini stickers. “I grew up in Ireland in the late-’60s and early ’70s, and had a fascination with all things mechanical,” he says. “My father was a mechanical kind of guy, and we grew up restoring old tractors and steam engines—so once I started making a few dollars, I started purchasing cars, and went through the wholy myriad of cars and ended up where we are today, which is predominantly cars from my youth—rally cars.” He makes no mistakes in recognizing his limitations as a driver, because piloting some of the fastest all-road vehicles ever conceived takes a steel will and full committment— “I drive the car for 15 minutes, and I’m Exhausted…” he says to convey how amazing Group B pilots were in period. “Group B drivers were the best of the best of the best…” he says. “But it’s still humbling to drive the same car as these rally legends; to be able to show the cars, drive the cars, and get a wider audience for these cars.” “If you own them and don’t show them, and you own them and don’t drive them, and own them but don’t share them…it’s a rich man’s folly.” Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious




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