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    Default too fast to race.......on now !

    If you've never watched "too fast to race", chuck your telly on 7mate now ( thurs 4:10 pm) !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blink View Post
    If you've never watched "too fast to race", chuck your telly on 7mate now ( thurs 4:10 pm) !!

    All about group b rally cars inluding the legendary 205 t16

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    Thanks for that Blink
    I logged in and noticed your posting just in time to watch it.
    The gardening can wait.
    Some fantastic cars there. Imagine what another five or so years of development would have produced, but could anyone have driven the results.
    Disappointed that the Pikes Peak segment focused on Audi instead of Peugeot.
    Did the 205 T16 compete there before or after the 405T16?

    SuyperCheap has a video about Group B, I wonder if it is the same program?

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    The 405T16 was later, 1990 I think. Do a search for ClimbDance.mpeg

    '92 205 Mi16
    '90 Mi16x4

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterT View Post
    The 405T16 was later, 1990 I think. Do a search for ClimbDance.mpeg
    Yes thats a brilliant video Peter.
    Appreciated by non-peugeot fans too.
    I know the 405T16 competed in the Dacar but was it built to Group B spec?

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    more worried about audis than anything else that show i felt

    there was a 203 at the start of it though
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    Quote Originally Posted by 504-504-504 View Post
    Thanks for that Blink
    SuperCheap has a video about Group B, I wonder if it is the same program?
    Paul
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    G'day,
    it is also available through the name at the end of the video,Duke, http://www.dukevideo.com/ .
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    yes noticed that was going to cross reference with the one at SuperCheap.

    A really good set of videos is the "Victory by Design" series.
    They were aired on Austar but each 90 minute tape was only given a 60 minute time-slot.
    Each one in the series tells the racing history of some of the great manufacturers.
    Where possible the actual cars are used.
    The one on Maserati has some fantastic video and sound taken from a Maserati "Birdcage" in full flight.

    Paul

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    Past: Goliath, Isuzu Bellett, Austin A30, Peugeot 203, 403, 404, 504,505.

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    "still to fast to race' was some what of a let down though...no t16 driving!

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