Renault Clio Maxi Kit Car avec Jean Ragnotti - with pure engine sounds
This is a official video of Jean Ragnotti with his Renault Clio Maxi Kit car.
The rally cars that produced the most memorable sounds of the late 1990s were definitely the notorius little hornets called the kit cars. Fast, nimble and light - no wonder the WRC class took a beating when these FWD bad boys were hammered to the limit on dry tarmac with top asphalt aces behind the wheel.
This compilation features the best bits of the Kit Car's Rally Championship.
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.
Jean Ragnotti_Merci Jeanott_full movie
Jean Ragnotti francia autóversenyző (Pernes-les-Fontaines, 1945.
augusztus 29.) a Renault kultuszversenyzője, hiszen csaknem teljes
pályafutása során ezzel az autómárkával versenyzett.
Első rali-világbajnokságán 1973-ban vett részt, de futamot csak
1981-ben, a Monte Carlo-ralin tudott nyerni. Utoljára 1985-ben győzőtt,
a Tour de Corse-én. Még körülbelül tíz évig volt rali versenyző,
mielőtt visszavonult. Indult Le Mans-i 24 órás versenyen is, például
az 1977-es versenyen 4. helyezést ért el egy Ford Cosworth DFV-el.
Jean "Jeannot" Ragnotti (born 29 August 1945 in Pernes-les-Fontaines,
Vaucluse), is a French former rally driver for Renault in the World Rally
Ranking among his achievements are his conquering of the Monte Carlo Rally
in 1981, what was the first turbo
victory in the history of the WRC, alongside compatriot Jean-Marc Andrié
against the might of the ultimate four-wheel-drive upstart, the Audi
Quattro. In the following season, he took his Renault 5 turbo to victory at the Tour de Corse. The Maxi
version of the same Renault 5 was to reign again on the asphalt stages of
European rallying, when in 1985, Ragnotti claimed the Tour de Corse again
with Group B rallying at its zenith; a win that came on debut of Renault 5
Maxi turbo. The 1985 Rothmans Tour de
Corse would also prove to be a tragic affair after the fatal crash of
Attilio Bettega on SS4 (Zerubia) of the event.
In the 1990s, Ragnotti continued to drive for Renault, this time in their
front-wheel drive Clio Maxi.