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LOVE the Group B rally car MONSTERS from the 80's.

Here's is an Audi Quatro Group B in full , nasty voice .. as it spits fire, snorts and screams like a dragon. :wub:

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More Group B from the era. Including Audi, Lancia, Renault, Porsche, Opal Manta, Pugs and others.

Lunatic (read GREAT) drivers, in MONSTER cars, with crazy spectators = Group B

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Those were the days....

Even though it's not not rc, lol, when shelling my XV01 Pro, I wondered what Subaru would of been doing if GrB was still a thing...

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I am a massive Group B fan.

Those cars were monsters and the drivers absolute rally hero's.

As a racer myself, motorsport has become too safe and ruled by too many rules.

With Group B the builders went wild with creative idea's.

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Yes Pteppic, We can only dream of how the Group S class would evolve...

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Wow that little Audi is different. Like most, never even heard of it before.

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Those were the days....

Even though it's not not rc, lol, when shelling my XV01 Pro, I wondered what Subaru would of been doing if GrB was still a thing...

You're right .. I'd say Subaru would be making a beast very much along those lines. A bit modern, but I do like it btw.

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Yes, if only the power that were had left it to run it's own course we would have had some more iconic rally cars to lust after.

Love that red based Martini marking on the Lancia too. I've seen a LeMans car done in black based Martini as well.

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