Articles tagged Bjorn Cederberg

Page 42 of December 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, December 1984

ivory coast rally

Ivory Coast CONVERSATION after the Sanremo Rally seemed to centre not on the World Championship title duel between Stig Blomqvist and Markku Alen, but on the remarkable way in which An Vatanen and Terry Harryman had driven one of Peugeot's four-wheel-drive cars to its second major victory, trouncing both the Audis and the Lancias. The new car had twice made an appearance, and had twice got among...

Page 59 of August 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, August 1976

The Saab Guide to Swedish Rallying

The best pointer to the success of a business trip usually comes when the weary traveller flops down amidst piles of notes and brightly headed press releases to the chorus of cynical colleagues asking, "had a good holiday boy ?" Persuading those who had to look after some of your business, as well as their own, that you really did accomplish something worthwhile is relatively easy, so long as the...

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Rally review: Sanyo Rally of New Zealand

Lucky for some There is no such thing as a racing certainty; a fact of which Audi is becoming acutely aware. Pre-season favourites to take the World Rally Championships for Makes and Drivers if for no other reason than that they had the only team prepared to contest all 12 events, Audi Sport is now the underdog. Despite having competed on all seven championship events to date, Audi is being...

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Rally review: New Zealand Rally

Privateer plunder When Bernard Beguin won the Tour of Corsica in a Rothmans BMW, the achievement was acclaimed as one of the rare victories by a private team against the might of the factories. All credit to him and his team. It was not the triumph of a privateer, however, for the Silverstone based Rothmans outfit is quite substantial, and Beguin had the backing of a comprehensive service support...

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Stig Blomqvist

Sweden's rally folk-hero When Saab quit rallying at the end of 1980 it seemed as if Stig Blomqvist's rallying career was about to hit a lean patch. Having rallied Saabs for 16 years — ten of which were in the factory team — Blomqvist was dismissed by many team managers as nothing more than a front-wheel drive exponent. He would be totally out of his depth in anything else but a Saab, it was said...

Page 57 of January 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, January 1985

Lombard RAC Rally of Great Britain

Imagine a Wembley cup final taking place after the champions had clinched their position in a semi-final. Such a match, merely to determine runners-up, would be low in spectacle, devoid of significance, and by no means an attractive, sparkling package capable of generating excitement on the customary Wembley scale. Fortunately, the same criteria do not apply to rallying, and even though the World...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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