Tour de Corse 1986 new and never seen on TV
Tour de Corse 86, Original Film made with our VHS-Camcorder.
enjoy the ride! look my other rallye videos and thx for watching
in Memory Henri Toivonen und Sergio Cresto...
WRC Rally Monte Carlo 1986 Group B (deel 1)
WRC Rally Monte Carlo 1986 Group B (deel 1)
The 1980s saw the rear-wheel-drive Group 2 and the more popular Group 4
cars be replaced by more powerful four-wheel-drive Group B cars. FISA
legalized all-wheel-drive in 1979, but most manufacturers believed it was
too complex to be successful. However, after Audi started entering Mikkola
and the new four-wheel-drive Quattro in rallies for testing purposes with
immediate success, other manufacturers started their all-wheel-drive
projects. Group B regulations were introduced in the 1982 season, and with
only a few restrictions allowed almost unlimited power. Audi took the
constructors' title in 1982 and 1984 and drivers' title in 1983 (Mikkola)
and 1984 (Stig Blomqvist). Audi's French female driver Michèle Mouton came
close to winning the title in 1982, but had to settle for second place
after Opel rival Röhrl. 1985 title seemed set to go to Vatanen and his
Peugeot 205 T16 but a bad accident at the Rally Argentina left him to watch
compatriot and team-mate Timo Salonen take the title instead. Italian
Attilio Bettega had even a more severe crash with his Lancia 037 at the
Tour de Corse and died instantly.
Group B Monsters - The Days of Madness
Group B Monsters - The Days of Madness Reloaded by amjayes. Inspired by
Mattzel´s slow-motion racing clips I decided to do a homage entirely
dedicated to the crazy days of rallying with slow-motion footage that shows
the madness and beauty of this era in depth.
0:43 -- Azure Clouds (by Audio Machine)
1:56 -- Life Chronicles (by Audio Machine)
4:01 -- Dom and Maria (also known as With Sympathy) from Gears of War 2 OST
5:40 -- Aftermath (by Clint Mansell from Smokin´ Aces)
*RALLY CHANNEL MOVED TO NEW ADDRESS http://www.youtube.com/user/amjayes2
Lancia Delta S4.. prototype Abarth1984 group B prototipo
Imagine watching this video in 1984,it must have seemed like a car from
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
Group B Rally "The Sound"
A tribute to the sights and sound of the Group B rally cars. Turn up your
speakers and enjoy.
Thanks to Helmut Deimel, Jeff Lehale.
tour de corse 1995
Déjà 15 ans...Bruno thiry faisait un superbe rallye au volant de l'Escort
Cosworth jusqu'au problème mécanique de la dernière étape, Didier
Auriol passait François Delecour sur l'autre Ford et remportait le rallye
aux mille virages de cette année 95.
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.