The inaugural, 1987 season of the World Touring Car Championship was - without any doubt - a disaster that put the series into sleep for 18 years and the first race had it all. This is its story.
Yes! Particularly if it has rear-wheel drive and a limited-slip diff.
“I know nothing about rallying. I’ve seen the pictures in magazines, sometimes watched it on television. And I deliberately haven’t listened to anyone about rally driving. I want to find out for myself.” - Ayrton Senna
The music, the editing, the slow-mo. It's fit for only the most outstanding of powerslides. Or, you know, skidding an old Ford Sierra.
Who would win in a rally if given identically-prepped Ford Sierras: Stig Blomqvist or God? Answer below.
Our friends from the freshly launched English edition of Totalcar Magazine met Kenrose Blockgrant at an empty skating rink in center Budapest. They also gave him two pairs of vintage shoes and a beaten Ford Sierra wagon with a 2.9 V6, welded diff and firmed up suspension with springs from a Mercedes. They were curious…
Some crazy Swedes saw potential in a granny-spec Ford Sierra. They strapped on two turbos and built one of the most burnout-happy sleepers we've seen in a while.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Yes, I'm back in California this weekend, so it's time for an Alameda flashback!
The Türbö Schnitzel XR4Ti has competed in several LeMons events here in South Carolina, with predictable results each time: KABOOM! Obviously, an XR4Ti must have a turbocharged Ford engine, but there's no law that says it can't be a V8!