The Lancia Delta Integrale is one of the best known and most successful rally cars there has ever been. Dominating the sport after the demise of Group B, the Integrale led the field from the mid-eighties to the early nineties. But these potent rally machines weren't just available to professional rally drivers. Because of the homologation rules that demanded that all Group A cars be taken from a production run of at least 1000 cars intended for sale to the general public, every new incarnation of the rally machine made another batch of road-going clones available. These cars - every bit as exciting as their off-road sisters - were and still are highly sought-after.
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Born in London, Peter Collins has been a motoring journalist and photographer for fifteen years. He has a lifelong interest in motorsport and racing history and has been attending events worldwide since 1965. Co-founder and editor-at-large of Auto Italia magazine, he also contributes to American and other European magazines, as well as websites. Peter now lives in South London and travels extensively throughout the year covering motoring events of all disciplines and maintaining his close ties with racing people of all persuasions.
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Buchbeschreibung The Crowood Press Ltd, 2003. Karton. Zust: Gutes Exemplar. Mit original Schutzumschlag. 192 S. Englisch 760g. Artikel-Nr. 505647