There are many cars, but only some of them are the Ford RS200.
I keep forgetting to post this video because I always end up leaving it open and listening to the rockin' boppin' mid-'80s soundtrack. Trust me, this could not be more '80s if it was doing lines and tagging a subway train.
What's it like to own a Ford RS200? Apparently, awesome is where it starts.
Martin Schanche had just crashed out of yet another heat in the European Rallycross Championship. So he walks back onto the track and gets all the other cars to crash, too. It might be the most hilariously unsportsmanlike moment in motor racing history.
Start signing life insurance papers because the manic, unrestricted, deadly Group B is back. Only the Quattros, Lancias, Fords, and Peugeots from rallying's golden age never really left.
Old school British Rally Cross is perhaps the hooniest of racing forms, and if you don't believe me watch this video from the 1992 B Final. Forget the winner, the hoonliest hoon of the day is Pat Doran tossing dirt in his Ford RS200 while almost all the rear bodywork falls off... and still gets third!
Yesterday, we told you about a British man that found two delivery mileage E30 M3s and a Ford RS200 in a barn. Turns out there was a Mercedes 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II in there as well.
Whether an engine or a steering wheel, parts-sharing is an easy way for manufacturers to save money. Still, many car owners may be surprised by what parts get shared. Here's 12 unlikely examples.