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)
Lancia Delta Martini S4 ECV
The Lancia ECV (stands for Experimental Composite Vehicle) was a prototype
Group S rally car developed by the Italian manufacturer Lancia to replace
the Lancia Delta S4 in World Rally Championship competition for the 1988
season. However, Group B as well as Group S cars were banned from
competition by the FIA in late 1986 due to safety concerns and the ECV
never raced. Lancia instead developed the Group A Lancia Delta.
The car originally produced over 600 horsepower (448 kW) from a
1759 cc twin-turbocharged engine. This
engine, christened Triflux, was built in an unusual fashion; the valves
were crossed (for each side of the cylinder there was an intake and an Exhaust valve), so that the two turbochargers could be fed with two separate
manifolds. A single manifold carried the intake air (hence the name, from
the three separate air ducts). However, Group S rules would have
artificially limited the car's output to 300 hp (224 kW) to limit speeds.
The car made extensive use of the composite materials Kevlar and carbon
fibre to save weight and add strength. Overall the car weighed 930 kg
The car featured a new Martini colour-scheme, replacing the S4's white
bodywork with red-based scheme. Lancia used the new scheme on its
competition cars in 1987.
The Restored ECV1, rebuilt from the original parts, will be displayed at
the Rally-Legend Event on 7-8-9 October 2010 in San-Marino, by the owner,
Giuseppe Volta. An original TriFlux engine has been re-prepared, with the
help of the original designer, Ing. Claudio Lombardi, and modern turbo-engine preparation expert, Claudio Berri. A
website has been opened to note the occasion.
LANCIA DELTA S4 - INQUIETANTE!!
la massima espressione di auto da rally, un missile terra-aria, unica,
inbattibile, inarrivabile...quando il rally PARLAVA ITALIANO.
anche se piu volte mi han proposto soldi per aggiungere canzoni al video,
io rifiuto, perchè non ce musica migliore di questa!
if many times someone proposed me to have money in change to add music
here, i refused, because thers'nt a greates sond like that engine!
1967 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1.3 Zagato - Jay Leno's Garage
Appraiser and journalist Donald Osborne stops by with the beauty he bought,
refurbished, traded away - and bought again!
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Lancia Flaminia Super Sport is Elegant Simplicity
Had the James Bond series been set in Italy, this would be his car.
Instead, this Lancia Flaminia Super Sport Zagato belongs to Mr. Robert
Giaimo. And you could be excused for wondering about the powerplant, pace,
and reliability. To answer your questions: a 2.8L V6 with triple two-barrel
Weber carbs, it can cruise comfortably at 100mph like any grand tourer
worth anything, and fairly good now that it has a braided throttle cable.
But if you're asking those questions your missing the point.
The Flaminia Super Sport, bodied by Zagato, is simply about style. Simply,
being the operative word because the shape is so pure and unadorned. The
Lancia was blessed with taut lines, classic proportions, and is mercifully
devoid of any extraneous details. The driving experience is undiluted as
well and Robert does drive it.
He loves the solid mechanical connection between the gear lever and
transaxle (yes, the transmission is mated to the differential), between the
tires and steering wheel. Even though he also has a modern sports car that
he enjoys, the sensory feedback the Lancia creates and attention required
to drive it enhance the experience.
But it really always comes back to the Flaminia's style, "You can
intellectualize about it. But it just hits you in the stomach - it has
soul." We couldn't agree more.