Still Too Fast to Race - Group B Rally Trailer

Still Too Fast to Race - Group B Rally Trailer (2004)

30 August 2004 Factual 97 mins

Even more from the full story behind the awesome Group B Rally cars, featuring mind-blowing contemporary and archive racing footage of these fire-breathing rocket ships at blistering speeds! Declared too fast to race at the end of the 1986 season, the Group B cars changed the face of rallying!

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United States 30 August 2004

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