Check it out on the BBC iPlayer. It's all the old Group B cars. I'm not sure who was more mental, the drivers or the fans!
The fans are mental the drivers however are taking part in a beautifull art between man and machine and become one, motorsport realy is amazing.
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I think I recall seing this on TV - in hindsight, that was mental!
It all ended in tears with 2 guys and and a Lancia S4 landing in tree?
Fantatsic cars though - I think the Lancia S4 ran an Abarth builut 1750cc Turbo-supercharged engine - it used to say 'Abarth' on the cam covers - of course, that was back in the day when Abarth was serious about performance and not just tarting up 500s.
Being raised on RWD Escorts and the like it all seemed unbelievably exciting. And what stream of characterful drivers. Inevitable though that it would have to end in tears sadly.
I don't think the speed of the Group B cars was the issue, it was their construction with an almost total absence of any regard for driver safety. Let's face it a tree is a tree, whether you hit it a 120 in a Group B or 100 in a modern Rally car it's still a tree.
It's the fragility of the cars and the complete lack of spectator control which takes the breath away. I know I speak with hindsight, but the lack of regard for safety seems almost wilful.
I'd love to see a recreation of Group B rallying. WRC cars just aren't bonkers enough...
That can - and in fact will - be arranged.
You either accept a Morgan as you accept the Himalayas or you go on to more splendid things, say, butterfly collecting. A Morgan merely is and that should be enough.
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