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When the Clio was launched to replace the R5, it was obvious its philosophy was perfect for privateer and amateur drivers. Read in the Clio group A file to find more about the philosophy of R5 and Clio. In group N the car became a huge success especially on national asphalt rallies. But as well on gravel the Clio proved it had outstanding handling and bullet proof reliability, perfect for privateers. In fact, the little, cheap group N Clio was so outstanding in this aspect, it managed to finish 6th overall in the brutal Bandama Rallye 1991! - Yes, this result with a basically road version compact car on a djungle adventure!
And like with the group A, a kit was available for the group N Clio. Already the 1783cc Clio 16s was competitive in N3, but when it was decided a 1998cc Clio Williams version was more convenient for N3, customers could buy a kit to convert their Clio 16s to a Williams!
Model & Evo. (Activity)
|Clio (1) 16s (91-22)||135/5750||164/3750||3728.1645.1365||1070 (7.9)||FWD (2472)|
|Clio (1) Williams (93-22)||150/6000||186/5400||3728.1645.1365||1070 (7.1)||FWD (2472)|
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This is an unofficial Car Results list and may be incomplete.
|63rd.||1999 WRC Swedish Rally||J. Hermansson||S. Bergman||#111||[UNKNOWN]||0:00:00|
|27th.||1995 WRC Tour de Corse||R. Frau||. UNKNOWN||#65||[UNKNOWN]||0:00:00|
|33rd.||1994 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||R. Frau||. UNKNOWN||#33||[UNKNOWN]||0:00:00|
|6th.||1991 WRC Bandama Rallye||P. Duoe||L. Urlique||#37||[UNKNOWN]||10:08:35|
This is an unofficial Car Model Retirements list and may be incomplete.
|Ret.||2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||N. Vouilloz||S. Rebroin||#58||[UNKNOWN]||SS4 crash|
|Ret.||2000 WRC Tour de Corse||R. Bourcier||. UNKNOWN||#84||[UNKNOWN]||SS9 ?|
|Ret.||1994 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo||S. Jordan||J. Boyère||#18||[UNKNOWN]||SS2 clutch|