In 1976, 500 examples of Fiat 131 Abarth Rallye were built for homologation purposes. With many technical modifications such as 16-valve DOHC engine producing 140 PS (103 kW; 138 hp), Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection and independent rear suspension. In race specifications, the engine produced around 215 PS (160 kW) in season 1977 ... Read more
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale and Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale (both 101-series) (also known as the Giulia SS) are small sports cars manufactured by Alfa Romeo from 1959 to 1966 ... Read more
The famous Audi quattro® permanent all-wheel drive system was first officially shown in 1980. The "Ur-Quattro" (German for original) was the first rally racing car to take advantage after the then- recent changes in the rules for competition off-road racing with all-wheel drive ... Read more
The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3-Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M. M3 models have been derived from the E30, E36, E46 and E90/E92/E93 3-series, and sold with coupé, saloon and convertible body styles ... Read more
Alpine is a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars that used rear-mounted Renault engines. Jean Rédélé the founder of Alpine, was originally a Dieppe garage proprietor, who began to achieve considerable competition success in one of the few French cars produced just after the Second World War. The company was bought in 1978 by Renault ... Read more
The NSU Prinz evolved into the somewhat larger bodied NSU 1000, NSU 1000TT, NSU 1200TT and NSU TTS models, introduced in 1963. Paired with the low total weight, excellent handling and cornering, both the NSU 1000 and the much higher powered NSU 1200 TT/TTS outperformed many sportscars ... Read more
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