I think you been watching 'Average Joe' on TV where they think it matters whats on the inside and not just how they look When it come to cars I think looks do count.MT said:I think it's more to do with the driving experience than the looks
If only i was shallow enough to be guided by a TV program, would make life a while lot simplerkurzon said:I think you been watching 'Average Joe' on TV where they think it matters whats on the inside and not just how they look When it come to cars I think looks do count.
They were very quick indeed; I have video of Henri Toivonen about to overtake a 6R4 mid-stage. But then as you say the rally of Portugal came and Toivonen didn't make it back out of the stage.djstanley said:The importance of this car is not it's looks nor it's power (500hp plus in rally form, 250hp in road form from the super and turbo charged 1.8.) It's importance is it's role in Group B rallying which only existed between 83 and 87, in short this car hit the rally stages in 85 immediately took a 1, 2 in the group B world rally championships, it was then on for winning the 86 Group B world championship when a fatal crash killed its driver and co-driver...that coupled with an earlier fatal group B crash involving a ford RS200 got Group B rallying axed but not before Audi, Ford, Lancia, Peugeot, Renault and Rover had produced rally cars that still remain faster than the rally cars of today....... with the exception of the RS200 no Group B rally cars looked good but they were all God like creations....!