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The Subaru Impreza 22B STI is a 1998-2001 WRC-class rally car in all Colin McRae Rally titles. The 22B designation is a subtle reference to State Express 555, a brand of cigarettes popular
1 in January 1998, published and developed by Codemasters. This game features real cars and real-world drivers from the 1998 World Rally Championship. In Novice mode there are only 3 stages per rally, each
46 WRC rally stages and six consecutive years of constructor's championship from 1987 to 1992, in addition to driver's championship title for Juha Kankkunen (1987 and 1991) and Miki Biasion (1988 and 1989).
The Mk II Ford Escort is a cheap, basic, agile little car and a favourite amongst rally drivers. Ken Block even has his own version. The McRae Motorsport Escort Mk 2 was built by DJM
Nicky Grist (born 1 November 1961) is a Welsh former rally co-driver and entrepreneur, born in Ebbw Vale. His factory team career in the World Rally Championship lasted from 1993 to 2002. He won
to the nearside rear wheel. The MG Metro 6R4 competed in the Lombard RAC rally in November 1985, driven by works driver Tony Pond, finished a highly respectable third place, behind two Lancia Delta S4s.
4-cylinder engine was carried over, but was bored out to 1,803cc and mounted behind the driver. All four wheels were suspended on double wishbones with dual dampers. Despite a drivable prototype being constructed
Colin McRae was a Scottish rally driver who appears in all Colin McRae Rally games and the first DiRT. He died in a helicopter crash in 2007. Colin McRae is a main driver of the
The Colin McRae Ralley Wikia community was created by fans of the Colin McRae Rally series of games which includes ten games in the Rally and DiRT series. The first game was released in 1998 and the latest, DiRT Showdown,…