Articles tagged Rally Working Group

Page 53 of October 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, October 1976

Rally review - The rally of the Thousand Lakes

Different racing circuits must, I suppose, have character differences, but nowadays they seem all to be lost in ferro-concrete, advertising and protective barriers, a far cry from the days of not all that long ago when Silverstone was to the Sicilian mountains as a Chipmunk was to a Hastings—both useful and efficient but totally different in character. Happily, the same cannot yet be said about...

Page 29 of December 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, December 1976

Rally review - The 1977 proposals

When the CSI succumbed to outside pressures in the late 'sixties and created what was then called the International Rally Championship (not until a few years later was the series given the added respectability and status of "World") the choice of events was simple; one merely took the few established rallies of recognised toughness, calibre and popularity, and lumped them together into a series....

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