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Once upon a time, there was a class in the World Rally Championship that allowed automakers to use loosely homologated cars, with no restrictions on materials, power or layout. That might be hard to imagine if you cracked an FIA WRC rule book today, which has specifications for nearly every aspect of every race car in every class. However, that sweet time in racing history started in 1982, when the FIA released the Group B class on rally circuits across the world. As Donut Media explains, automakers were slow to explore the lack of restrictions during the first year of Group B, but over time, every automaker involved was producing incredible race cars that pushed the boundaries of materials, technology and design. Naturally, with anything that runs under the anything-goes banner of racing, it has to stop sooner or later. The class died in 1987 after a series of fatalities pushed the FIA to make a decision. The cars were, as some racers said, “too fast for brains to react.” Group B didn’t live a long life, but in the few short years that it sat atop the WRC’s class structure, it featured some of the coolest cars ever to rally -- Ford’s RS200, Peugeot's 205 Turbo 16 and Audi’s Quattro. Get the lowdown on one of the most dangerous racing series ever. Donut Media has done it again with another edition of its excellent “Everything you need to know | Up to Speed” series providing comprehensive histories for car enthusiasts, this time looking back at the most infamous period of the World Rally Championship: the grueling Group B era. One of the most dangerous racing series ever devised, it spawned by far the most powerful rally cars the sport had ever seen, which also led to legendary homologation road car variants like the Ford RS200 and Audi Quattro S1. These cars were so overpowered that frequent fatalities led to the series being scrapped in the late 1980s four years after it started. As Donut Media explains, Group B started in 1982 as a class where there were practically no car regulations. Group A, by comparison, had a lot of restrictions from the power, weight and cost. Homologation requirements meant that 5,000 models also had to be mass produced with four seats. In contrast, Group B only required 200 production models, two seats and no restrictions on boost. This of course increased the danger – watch some archive footage and prepare to gasp in awe as these fearless drivers tear through narrow sections of dirt, asphalt and snow while narrowly avoiding unprotected spectators. Sadly, Group B was shortlived and was cancelled in 1986 after fatal crashes forced it to end. As the cars became more powerful and the drivers more daring, a catastrophe was inevitable. In 1986, driver Joaquim Santos ploughed into a group of spectators in his Ford RS200 during the Portugeese rally while trying to avoid a small group of fans on the road. 31 people were injured and three were killed in the crash. Shortly after, driver Henri Toivonen's Lancia Delta S4 flew off the side of the road during the Tour de Corse rally and burst into flames, killing both him and his co-driver. Group B cars were outright banned in 1987, and rallying was never the same again. So far we've listed race cars that have been banned to create an even playing field, but in some cases, entire classes of racing cars have been banned. Such was the fate of Group B rally cars, which weren't banned because of a competitive advantage but because of safety issues — a ban even the most ardent thrill seeker could support. Group B rally cars could make upwards of 500 horsepower and went well over 100 mph (160 kph). That doesn't sound too concerning until you remember that Group B rally cars were raced on public roads, dirt roads and other trails in a thrilling test of speed, control and communication between driver and co-driver. Rally fans don't sit in grandstands. Rather, they line the roadway, with little protection. Sounds like a thrilling day of racing, right? The only issue with Group B rally cars is that they kept crashing, killing drivers and spectators. The FIA, which oversees rally racing, decided that the entire Group B class was simply too dangerous and shut it down. Group B Crashes Group B Rally Crashes Vintage Rally, Classic Rally Cars, Old Rally Crashes, Group B Crash, 80s Rally, Old Rally Crash, Lombard RAC Rally, Safari Rally, Paris Dakar, Rallye Crash, B Class Audi Quattro Crash, fail hd compilation, race crash compilation, MotoGP crash グループB ラリーカー 昭和 車 自動車 ランシア デルタ トヨタセリカ 日産２４０ｒｓ プジョー２０５ ランシアラリー０３７ アウディークアトロ ルノー ラリークラシュ 車事故 交通安全 運転 エコカー ながら運転 危険 レースカー スカイライン GTR Rally & Hillclimb Crash Compilation 2017 Best of RALLY 2017 | CRASH - MAX ATTACK - CLOSE CALLS
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Take these videos as a learning tool. Always obey the laws of the road and driving conditions.
Please be careful on the roads! Never consume alcoholic beverages before driving. This is the most frequent cause of serious accidents. If you drink, use a non-drinking designated driver, a taxi, or sleepover.
Follow street signs and traffic lights, but use your judgment too. Don't try to beat red lights. And expect others to try to do so, so give them time to go through, particularly trucks that have trouble slowing down. Always stay at a safe distance from other vehicles. A general rule is the farther you are from them, the safer you are.
When you try to run a red light, there are many grave hazards. You take the risk that someone will turn in front of you (thinking that you must be stopping). Or, when the light changes, someone will pull out from the side and into your path. Or, a pedestrian (perhaps a child) will step out into the crosswalk on the far side. You are probably speeding and are committed to running the light so the accident will be a severe one. The resulting carnage will be your fault, and you will have to live with it for the rest of your life. Keep in mind here that, it is exceptionally difficult for the other driver, when looking at your vehicle head-on, whether you are about to accelerate, stop, or even how fast you are going.
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