Articles tagged Jochi Kleint

Page 108 of August 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 108, August 1981

Rally Review

Although within itself the sport of rallying knows no political boundaries, it has been difficult in the past for drivers from certain countries to take part in events organised in other countries, not because they were barred from actually competing but because diplomatic relations - or the lack of them - have prevented the issue of entry visas or at least made the process difficult and...

Page 34 of March 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, March 1981

Rally Review

Monte-Carlo Rally They say that the most ferocious animal in all Africa is neither cat nor ape but the friendly-looking little honey badger who will often take on enemies many times its strength and weight and usually come off best. Just as size has no bearing on fighting spirit in the animal world, so the same may be said of motor cars when pitted against each other in competition. Large overall...

Page 46 of November 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, November 1979

Rally Review

Criterium du Quebec Continents of such vast size as North and South America would appear to offer enormous potential to rally organisers, but the truth is that the sport is little progressed beyond infancy in the Americas and certainly attracts nothing like the public enthusiasm and support which it does in Europe and elsewhere. In North America in particular spectators are very few indeed and it...

Page 60 of June 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, June 1999

One giant leap

When Ford dropped a rorty competition engine into a compact family car called Escort, it created a new breed of rally winner overnight. John Davenport was there. In the summer of 1967, Tony Fall and Mike Wood won the Danube Rally, a counter in the European Rally Championship, driving a BMC 1800. Irreverently known as the 'Land Crab' this uncharismatic rally car came home ahead of Renault R8...

Page 52 of August 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, August 1979

Rally Review

The International Rally of Brazil Although an immense amount of excitement and pleasure is generated by the established classic rallies of the world, the appearance of a new event is just as much of an attraction and it is with considerable anticipation, even curiosity, that people well accustomed to the near-institutional status of Acropolis, RAC, Safari and others go along to see for themselves...


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