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FLYING IN THE FINNISH FORESTS - Auriol & Occelli leap to victory during the 1992 1000 Lakes Rally held in Finland, before a damp bank of hardened spectators.
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THREADING BETWEEN THE HOUSE, TREES & GENDARME - The Rothmans Opel Ascona speeds through the course, lifting the nearside front wheel.
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ONE HAPPY BOY - Lights blazing, Shinozuka and Meadows blast through an African village during the 1992 Rallye Cote d'Ivoire, which they won comfortably.
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LEADING THE CHAMPIONSHIP AT THIS POINT - Auriol & Occelli only scored one point in the last two rallies, whereas Sainz won both and claimed the 1992 World Rally Championship.
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2.5 SECONDS FROM VICTORY - Frequelin & Todt narrowly missed out on victory at the Rallye Automobile Club de Monte Carlo in 1981, losing out to Ragnotti/Andrie in their Renault 5 Turbo.
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FLYING OVER THE HUMP - de Mevius and co-driver Lux fly over the hump during the Ypres 24 Hour Rally, where they finished sixth.
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KICKING UP THE DUST IN PORTUGAL - Auriol with co-driver Occelli suffered an engine failure on stage four of the Portuguese rally in 1992, in an event won by Kankkunen and Piironen in the sister car.
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TARMAC RALLY - the twenty-fifth Rallye Sanremo sees the fast ladies, Mouton and Pons hustle their Quattro through the Town.
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SUPER SWEDE - Blomqvist and co-driver Cederberg finished second to Finn, Salonen, at the 1985 1000 Lakes Rally.
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FLYING HIGH - Ferreyros navigates the hump, with the crowd only metres away.
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FERRARI 250 GT SWB - A lovely image of a 250 GT SWB at Sestriere in 1958, with The Alps as a back drop.
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FLOWERS AT YAMOUSSOUKRO - A beautiful Colin Taylor photograph with flowers adorning the grill of the Quattro.
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THROUGH THE FROSTY FOREST - Nicolas and co-driver, Roure, finished fifth at the Daily Mail RAC Rally in 1973.
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KICKING UP THE SNOW - Vatanen and co-driver, Harryman, won the fifty-third Rallye Automobile de Monte Carlo in 1985.
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RALLYCROSS AT ITS BEST - John Taylor slides the 'Haynes of Maidstone' sponsored Ford Escort at Lydden Hill in 1975.
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MOUNTAINOUS BACK DROP - The Almeras Freres prepared 911 SC speeds through a tarmac section in the midst of The Alps.
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CUTTING THE APEX - Finnish rally star, Alen, together with co-driver Kivimaki, finished third at the 1000 Lakes Rally of 1983.
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KICKING UP THE DUST - Blomqvist and co-driver Cederberg won the thirty-first Acropolis Rally in 1984.
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SNOWY CONDITIONS - A Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster at the 9. Automobilistico Int. del Sestriere 1958
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RUNNER-UP ON THE MONTE - Darniche and co-driver, Alain Mahe, finished second at Monte Carlo in 1980.
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DIED TOO YOUNG - Toivonen was a Finnish rally driver who sadly died before he fully blossomed, but was considered a future Champion.
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SLDING ACROSS THE TARMAC - Markku Alen was the 1978 Cup for Rally Drivers Champion.
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SIDEWAYS DAF - Dutch Rallycross driver, Jan De Rooy, slides his DAF 55 around Lydden Hill during the European Rallycross Championship in 1974.
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MARTINI RACING - Rohrl and Gesitdorfer finished third at the Portuguese Rally at Estoril in 1983.
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TURBO VICTORY - The little yellow and black Renault 5 Turbo beat the bigger cars at the 1981 Rallye Automobile de Monte Carlo.
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SIDEWAYS IN THE SNOW - A super Colin Taylor photograph of Jacques Almeras sliding in the snow at the Rallye Automobile de Monte Carlo.
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FINNISH CLEAN SWEEP - The Finns finished 1-2-3 at their home rally, with Alen winning from Salonen and Airikkala.
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'MISTER RALLYCROSS' - Schanche won at Lydden Hill in 1979 and went on to become FIA European Rallycross Champion.
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BMC MINI COOPER S WINS THE MONTE - The 1967 Rallye de Monte Carlo was won by a Mini, but not this one, which was driven by Makkinen.
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MONTE CARLO RALLY WINNERS - Rohrl and co-driver Geistdorfer won the 1980 Rallye Automobile de Monte Carlo in their Fiat 131.
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RALLY WINNERS - Mikkola and Hertz won the seventeenth Rallye de Portugal. Spectators cling to the tress and cower from the gravel.
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VICTORY IN BETWEEN THE SNOW BANKS - Vatanen and Harryman won quite comfortably by over five minutes at the 1985 Monte Carlo Rally.
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