LEGEND CARS

LEGEND CARS

The first ever Japanese machine to win in the WRC

Nissan Fairlady 240Z / Datsun 240Z

Nissan Motor announced its sports car, “Datsun Fairlady” in 1962. The machine entered m…

The “Quattro” was introduced to the public at the Geneva International Motor Show in Ma…

In 1981, Jean Todt ended his job as a co-driver at Talbot after helping the team to win…

Mitsubishi has been active in the motorsport world since the 1960s. They took early int…

Lancia Delta was introduced as the new 1.3 to 1.5L FF small family car at the 1979 Fran…

In 1975, the Ford Escort RS 1800 Mk2 was born as the second generation. The new machine…

In 1963, a new French GT car was introduced. It had a steel backbone chassis and a fibe…

The return of Abarth GT Rally Car

Fiat Abarth 124 Rally

Fiat introduced its very first sports car, the Fiat 124 Sport Spider at the 1966 Turin …

LEGEND DRIVER

Auriol had his first interest in rallying at the age of 16 when his b…

Alen had early interest in motorsport thanks to his father who was a …

Kankkunen was taught how to race on an ice track from his father, who…

Vatanen first took interest in rallying around 1965. “I saw Waldegard…

Michele Mouton took interest in rally racing when she accompanied her…

Ove Andersson was born in 1938 in Uppsala, Sweden. He took interest i…

Carlos Sainz started his rally career in 1980 with a Renault 5. From …

Waldegard dreamed of becoming a rally driver since he was 7 years old…

Mikkola started rallying at the age of 21 in 1963 with a Volvo 444. H…

Tommi Makinen started his rally driving career in 1985 with a Ford Es…

Walter Rohrl was born in Regensburg, Germany in 1947. He was very ski…

As the son of Jimmy McRae, Colin McRae started racing in the Scottish…

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