This volume illustrates the genesis and development of the winning car of the 1983 World Rally Championship: the last two driving wheels in history to win the World Championship title.
Initially identified with the Abarth "SE037" design code, the Lancia Rally (this is its official name) obtained the group B approval on April 1, 1982, just two years after the first lines drawn on a white sheet and after intense testing activity.
The technical description of the engineer Sergio Limone and the unpublished photographs of the time reveal a fundamental chapter of motorsport and a decade of great revolution.
21 x 24 x 1,5 cm
Book type or Series
History - Descriptive