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Toyota Celica Gt Four

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845848438
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This is a comprehensive study of the career of the Toyota Celica GT-Four. Starting in 1988, three generations of this effective turbocharged four-wheel-drive car – known by enthusiasts as ST165, ST185 and ST205 types – fought for World Championships, and were amazingly successful for almost a decade. All types combined high-performance, great reliability, and superb preparation by Toyota Team Europe (based in Cologne, Germany), their 300bhp/four-wheel-drive chassis package being among the best in the world. Over the years, the cars won some of the roughest events in the world (such as the Safari and the Acropolis), and were also supreme on tarmac, snow and ice, including Monte Carlo. After fighting a running battle with Lancia for years, the Celicas won the World Manufacturers' Championship twice. Its famous drivers included Carlos Sainz (World Champion in 1990 and 1992), Juha Kankkunen (Champion in 1993) and Didier Auriol (Champion in 1994). Never far from controversy, and at times embroiled in technical and regulatory disputes, these cars brought real glamour to the colourful sport of rallying, and were only replaced by an even higher-tech Toyota – the Corolla World Rally Car – in 1997.

Toyota Celica Supra

Autor: Brian Long
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845847296
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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Arial} The Celica, as well as a much-loved road car, was the first Japanese model to claim the World Rally Championship crown. This book tells the full story of the seven Celica generations (from 1970 to date), and that of its close cousin the Supra with detailed coverage of all the road cars from the world s leading markets, and the story surrounding the many race and rally models based on the two vehicle lines. Written with the full co-operation of the factory in Japan (and various official sales organizations from around the globe), this truly is the definitive history of these sporting Toyotas. Written by an acclaimed motoring historian with full co-operation form the factory this is an extremely comprehensive reference containing well over 250 mainly color photographs. Contemporary advertising brochures and exhaustive appendices complete the package making this a vital addition to any enthusiast's library.

Lancia Delta 4x4 Integrale

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845842588
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This book explains how the HF 4WD evolved over the years – first into the Integrale with its original 8-valve engine, then the Integrale 16V, and ultimately into the Integrale 16V Evo 1 (or 'Deltona', as it was affectionately known). This compact, five-door Lancia dominated world-class rallying for six years, winning innumerable events, World Championships for Drivers, and World Championships for Manufacturers. Alongside the cars, driving heroes such as Markku Alan, Didier Auriol, Miki Biasion, Juha Kankkunen and Carlos Sainz also became legendary in this period.

The Complete Book Of The World Rally Championship

Autor: Henry Hope-Frost
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 9780760319543
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For 30 years some of the most talented and bravest drivers have battled across the continents of the world to claim what is arguably motorsport's toughest prize: the World Rally Championship. Now a multi-million dollar, global technology battle and terrestrial television phenomenon played out over the frozen wastes of Finland, the dusty plains of Australia and the sun-kissed mountain roads of Corsica, the WRC has reached its 30th birthday. This book celebrates that important milestone and paints an exhaustively detailed picture of the people and personalities who have shaped this great sport. The Complete Book of the World Rally Champions provides a biographical account of the 65 men who have won at least one World Championship Rally since 1973. The biographies are compiled by the sport's leading writers and historians and complemented by stunning photography. The book includes a detailed and accurate statistical career record of each driver, plus highlights of all the significant cars.

Toyota Sienna 1998 2002

Autor: Jay Storer
Publisher: Chilton Book Company
ISBN: 9781563924996
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Manual contains hundreds of photographs and illustrations of repair procedures. Trouble codes, wiring diagrams, factory maintenance schedules and glossary are also included in each manual.

Audi Quattro

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845841417
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The Audi Quattro was the world's first successful four-wheel-drive rally car. It brought new standards to the sport, and inspired many others to copy it. This is the complete story.

Fiat 131 Abarth

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845841824
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When Fiat entered rallying in 1970, its ultimate aim was to become World Rally Champion and the 131 Abarth of 1976-1980 provided the machinery to make that possible. It started winning World rallies within months of being launched, and in 1977, 1978 and 1980 the 'works' team also won the World Championship for Makes, and set every standard by which Rally Giants were to be judged. Was there ever any doubt that successors like the Lancia Rally 037 and the Delta Integrale would eventually come from the same stable?

Ford Escort Rs Cosworth World Rally Car

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845841816
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The Escort RS Cosworth, which began rallying in 1993, was one of the most ingenious designs of all time, and eventually became Ford's most successful model since the legendary Escorts of the 1970s. The combination of Cosworth power, four-wheel-drive transmission, and an effective aerodynamic package made it a Rally Giant in all conditions, and, until the all-new Focus WRC was launched in 1999, this generation of Escorts was the most effective rally car that Ford had ever produced.

Juli Scott Mystery Collection Books 1 3 Christian Cozy Mystery

Autor: Colleen L. Reece
Publisher: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781720173526
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Seven days makes a week, but in the words of Juli Scott, "Six days of my life would make anyone weak." Juli's policeman father goes missing on Monday Her best friend, Irish-born Shannon Riley, vanishes on Tuesday Someone in her church youth group unknowingly observes something strange on Wednesday Aided and abetted by boyfriend/ fellow P.I. Dave Gilmore, Juli and her friends from Hillcrest High School in Bellingham, Washington tackle a series of mysteries head-on . . . mysteries that will require their best efforts and the help of God to solve. Fans of Nancy Drew and Scooby Doo will love these stories

Rally Cars

Autor: Source: Wikipedia
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
ISBN: 9781157642725
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 264. Chapters: Volkswagen Beetle, Mini, Ford Anglia, Toyota Celica, Ford Fiesta, Ford Escort, Toyota Supra, Ford Focus, Porsche 911, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Ford Cortina, SEAT Ibiza, Ford Capri, Toyota MR2, Lancia Delta, Subaru Impreza, Volvo 200 Series, Mazda RX-7, Nissan Silvia, Subaru Legacy, Porsche 911 classic, Ford Zephyr, Austin Metro, Group B, Peugeot 205, Volkswagen Golf, koda Fabia, koda Octavia, Peugeot 206, Triumph Dolomite, Alfa Romeo Alfetta, Fiat 131, Ford Ka, Audi Quattro, Nissan S30, Ford Taunus, SEAT C rdoba, Fiat X1/9, Hillman Imp, Citro n C4, Peugeot 404, Mitsubishi Starion, Tatra 815, Toyota Supra in motorsport, Toyota Corolla, Ford Puma, Toyota AE86, Suzuki SX4, Porsche 959, Mitsubishi Galant VR-4, Toyota Celica GT-Four, Ford Sierra RS Cosworth, Ford RS200, Lancia Stratos HF, Ferrari 308 GTB/GTS, Peugeot 307, Lancia 037, Nissan Pulsar GTI-R, Audi Coup, Lancia Fulvia, Citro n Xsara, Fiat 124, Datsun 510, Lancia Delta S4, Alpine A110, Group A, Ford Model B, Volvo 140 Series, Super 2000, Austin-Healey 3000, Ford Escort RS Cosworth, Super 1600, Renault 5 Turbo, Group N, Ford Pilot, List of rally cars, Ford Focus FCV, Lancia ECV, Mitsubishi Racing Lancer, koda Felicia Kit Car, Ford Escort RS 1700T, Ford GT70. Excerpt: The Ford Fiesta is a front wheel drive Supermini/Subcompact manufactured and marketed by Ford Motor Company and built in Europe, Brazil, United States, Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, China, India and South Africa. The model is marketed worldwide, including Japan, Australasia and the Americas. By 2010, the sixth-generation (Mark VI) Fiesta had been introduced worldwide, including in the United States and Canada-making it the first Fiesta model to be sold in North America since 1980. The Fiesta has sold over twelve million units since 1976. The Fiesta was originally developed under the project...

Peugeot 205 T16

Autor: Graham Robson
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845849248
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Four-wheel-drive was authorised in rallying from 1979, but for a time no serious car-manufacturer even tried to harness it to their cars. Soon, though, it was Audi who produced the world s first rally-winning four-wheel-drive car the Quattro. However it was Peugeot who designed, developed, campaigned and won with the first truly sophisticated four-wheel-drive Group B Car the 205 Turbo 16. It was the first truly great, purpose-designed, Group B car. Determined to win at almost any cost, Peugeot hired Jean Todt (who would later transform the fortunes of the Ferrari F1 organisation) in 1981, and set him an ambitious target. His dream car had to be running in 1983, homologated in 1984, and capable of winning World Championships by 1985. Nothing, no excuses and no lack of application, was to get in the way of that. Apart from being obliged to use the silhouette of the still-secret new 205 road car, Todt was able ask for anything. Getting approval for whatever he needed and fast-tracking the engineering of the four-wheel-drive rally was not an issue in reaching one simple objective victory. This is precisely what was achieved. This book tells the detailed story, and lists all the cars, the influences, and the personalities behind a magnificent success story. No sooner had the new turbocharged, transverse-mid-engined car started competing than it was ready to win, yet its dominant career was cut short at the end of 1986 by an abrupt change in rallying regulations. Not only is the engineering story laid out in great detail, but the interaction between company personalities, super-star drivers (including Ari Vatanen) and the highly-charged atmosphere of motorsport at this time is all analysed. Because Group B was cancelled even before the 205 T16 had reached maturity, it went on to have a successful career in desert Raid rallies, and at Pike Peak in the USA, all of which is described in this amazingly authoritative study.Packed with illustrations, technical details, facts, figures and successes of this innovative car this book is a must for any rally fan.