Articles tagged Mauro Pregliasco

Page 30 of November 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, November 1993

Ice cool for Alex

Whilst Colin McRae was spending much of his mid-year time on the other side of the world, the other rallying members of the family were deeply involved in preparations for the Cyprus Rally, the final co-efficient 20 round of the European Championship and certainly the one which has the greatest endurance factor. As the last major qualifier of the series it rarely attracts drivers who are chasing...

Page 38 of July 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, July 1993

Miki taker

Toyota was expected to win, Subaru should have won, but the Acropolis tore the heart out of the entry and victory went to Ford, thanks largely to a superbly judged drive from Miki Biasion Had the 1993 Acropolis Rally taken place under the regulations prevailing 20 or so years ago, the SCDA would have been delighted. It was hotter this year than it has been for 10 years at least, a reminder of the...

Page 33 of February 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, February 1977

Rally review - Works teams in 1977

By the time this edition of Motor Sport is published the first major rally of 1977 will be just over, but it is most unlikely that January's Monte-Carlo Rally will have provided any significant insight into what lies in store for the rest of the year. Only one manufacturer, to our knowledge, has expressed any intention of having a determined and organised bid at the 1977 World Rally Championship...

Page 26 of December 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, December 1990

Sanremo Rally

Sainz and Sinners When Italy's Sanremo Rally ended in victory for Frenchmen Didier Auriol and Bernard Occelli in their Martini-backed works Lancia, it could not have been a surprise to them that theirs was a triumph which was overshadowed by another. Spanish pair Carlos Sainz and Luis Moya got their Toyota Celica GT4 into third place, Sainz thereby scoring just enough points to clinch the title...

Page 42 of November 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, November 1995

Rothmans Cyprus Rally

Before rallying presented a means of financial gain to the FIA, there was no world series of these cold, dirty and nocturnal contests, and the only championship in the world considered worthwhile was that of Europe. Then came international, followed by world, status for a representative group of rallies from around the world. Almost immediately, the European Championship, which hithert had been...


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