Cutting Edge Rallying Trailer

Cutting Edge Rallying Trailer (2010)

24 November 2010 86 mins

In the 1980s the demise of Group B cars left many enthusiasts thinking they’d never witness exciting rallying ever again. But the Group A cars that followed provided their own surprises and in the 1990s, it all changed again as Group A evolved in the face of a restyled World Rally competition. We take a rare 'inside view' of the top rally cars of the early/mid Nineties - joining top teams in their workshops and testing; talking to drivers and team managers; and enjoying the culmination of their efforts with action footage from the international rally circuit. Featuring Mitsubishi, Subaru and Ford with McRae, Sainz, Erikkson, Makinen and Burns.

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Australia 24 November 2010

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