Peugeot 205 Turbo 16

The undisputed king of Group B? Sixteen race wins, two drivers’ and two constructors’ championships between 1984 and 1986 made the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 the most successful rally car in the wildest and most exciting years of the World Rally Championship. This small French pocket rocket was developed in secret under the technical direction …

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Lancia & Montecarlo: 40 years of an epic victory

In 1979 the FIA approved the participation of four-wheel drive vehicles in the World Rally Championship. Most of the factories mistakenly believed that a car with these characteristics would be complex and uncompetitive, but Audi would forever change the history of motorsport after presenting the legendary Quattro model and obtaining the manufacturers’ championship in 1982, …

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Renault 5 Turbo 2

Renault 5 Turbo: that beautiful square bullet Enzo Ferrari once said that “aerodynamics is for those who don’t know how to build engines”. We don´t know if that phrase inspired that group of engineers from the Alpine factory located in Dieppe, France, that gave life to the Renault 5 Turbo. What we do know is …

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Golden Years

Golden Years

Rock ballads, blue jeans, video games, walkmans and Miami Vice on TV. Colors, objects and fashions that predominated in any teenage room of the eighties. And if you liked speed, surely you had a car poster on the wall. In that decade of yuppies and excesses, the golden age of supercars began; there were different …

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