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Ford Escort (Mk5) General Information

This was the car Ford needed and you could argue they could have identified that much earlier. Indeed with the start of groupA as the main category came the Lancia Delta dominance. It was then, in 1987, that you could identify what was needed to win rallye world titles was an about 4m sized hatchback with a 2000cc turbo engine and 4x4. The Escort Cosworth was exactly that. But first Ford had a RWD Sierra Cosworth, a non-turbo Sierra XR4x4 and a way too long and heavy Sapphire Cosworth 4x4. By the time the Ford Escort Cosworth was launched, we were 6 years further on, Lancia had won 6 makes titles on the trot and their all conquering Delta was about to end its career.

The Ford Escort Cosworth had little to do with more basic road Escorts. It was in fact nearly a tradition by now for Ford to have a Cosworth named radical sport version of a model family. Though it maybe is not that unusual that the Escort Cosworth was the only post 1980 Escort model to feature a longitudinal engine. This may be further underlined by Ford having by that time a long experience with 4x4 systems designed on a longitudinal engine and gearbox with a transferbox behind the gearbox and from here a mini-propshaft passing the gearbox on its right to a front differential. Indeed the Ford Escort Cosworth featured the exact same 4x4 system that was used since 1986 in a number of Sierra and Sapphire models. Yet that the car had already in its road version a huge Garrett T4 turbo, which made the road car engine difficult to drive thanks to a very late but extremely forceful turbo response and a spoiler kit that gave the road Escort Cosworth an aerodynamic-CD-value that could challenge Buckingham Palace, only proved what extreme measures had to be taken to create a World Rallye winner in groupA. On the road the car was a homologation special that only the richer of the die-hard rallye fans would buy. On the stages the car was near perfect, only the semi-trailing-arm rear axle design was a hindrance and that was as well the main difference between the Escort Cosworth and the Escort WRC.

Indeed, virtually all of the sport's insiders were convinced the Escort Cosworth will be dominating the championship. It didn't quite happen like that. What was to blame was however doubtful tactics and management rather than the car's potential! In order:

Already the World debut of the Escort Cosworth was one of the best debuts rally history has ever seen. It was the Rallye Monte Carlo 1993 and the Cosy finished 2nd & 3rd. More, Francois Delecour once more dominated the Rallye Monte Carlo, only bad luck with a late tyre choice eventually handed victory to Toyota's Didier Auriol. 1993 was really a stunning season for this brand new car. The Escort Cosworth managed 5 victories in its debut season and in 13 rounds it managed 13 podium finishes. In that season Ford missed the makes title by only 12 points. A curiosum we had in that year's drivers title battle: As Juha Kankkunen had to change navigators during the season, the navigator World Champion was Daniel Grataloup, sitting alongside Francois Delecour in an Escort Cosworth.

Why not carry on on these lines? Well, the 1994 debacle was not Ford's fault. In 1994 Francois Delecour started the season in style and eventually got his long overdue Monte Carlo victory. Then Francois utterly dominated round 2 in Portugal: until his engine expired after SS10, Francois had won 8 stages and was 2nd fastest in the remaining 2! Even though Ford gave the Safari a miss, with Francois' favorit event, the Tour de Corse on the agenda next, Francois seemed to be every insider's bet for the drivers title. But only 2 weeks before the Tour de Corse Francois broke his leg in a road accident when another driver took his right of way. That was his season over and Ford's program in trouble. Meanwhile the one-off drivers, that were dragged in as a result, showed what the Escort Cosworth was made off, especially a young Tommi Mäkinen, who won the 1000 Lakes on his first rally with a truly competitive car. Still in 1994 on the RAC Francois Delecour was back in the car and gave up after hitting an open barrier, the barrier bar drilling its way through the windscreen, missing Francois' head by only a few inches! No wonder Francois was often called "Mr. Unlucky"!

However what happened next is harder to understand. In 1995 Ford decided that for the first time since 1968 their rallye program should not be run from their very own base in Boreham, Essex. The operation was moved to R.A.S. (Ring Auto Sport) in Belgium. Even though the small firm R.A.S. was before responsible for Robert Droogmans' successful Belgian programs in the Ford RS200 and - in co-operation with Gordon Spooner - the characterful, yellow-blue Boxy's sponsored Sapphire & Escort Cosworth, this move was very much a surprise for everybody. R.A.S. did actually do a good job in their first attempt as a works satellite team. They were responsible for 2nd places in Monte and Corse 1995 and poor Bruno Thiry had actually won the Tour de Corse only to retire with a wheel bearing failure on the road section to the last time control!

For Ford this wasn't good enough. Another year, another team and the program was moved back again to Boreham. Boreham had to adjust first to suddenly being back in business. The Escort Cosworth actually won the Rally Indonesia, but it was a lucky win after many retirements. More convincing were probably the 2nd places in Sweden, Argentina and San Remo. But by now the car did not look any more like the winner it was meant to be - or indeed it originally was. The car surely could have done with some development rather than moving tuners every 12 months. 1996 than gave us yet another questionable incident: Bruno Thiry was sacked while Francois Delecour started in Sweden for Ford without actually having a contract. After Sweden Francois was told he won't get a contract for the current year either and, after a short play with Stig Blomqvist and Gwyndaf Evans, Bruno Thiry was invited back. Let alone asphalt expert Delecour in Sweden and Sweden expert Blomqvist for a different event, sacking Thiry to bring him back again, not the sort of consistancy that would help your progress, plus the drivers they had were ill managed for the selected events.

By 1997 the WRCar rules came in charge and the Escort Cosworth story carried on with the Escort WRC - indeed basically just an evolution based on the Cosworth as one could even be converted into the other. However this did not happen without moving the running of the program for the 3rd time in 3 years, this time to Malcom Wilson's, and with more driver sackings.... Shame, the car itself was quite likely the best rally car of the mid 1990s, clearly beaten by nothing more than ill-management.
 

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Ford Escort (Mk5) Evolutions

 
 
Model & Evo. (Activity)
 
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Ford Escort (Mk5) RS Cosworth (93-98) 300/6250 459/4500 4211.1734.1425 1220 (4.1) 4x4 (2550)

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Ford Escort (Mk5) Results

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Pos Event Driver Co-Driver # Rego hh:mm:ss
27th. 1999 WRC Swedish Rally J. Viita T. Eirtovaara #41 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
23rd. 1998 WRC Swedish Rally J. Viita . UNKNOWN #35 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
10th. 1998 WRC Swedish Rally M. Jonsson J. Johannsson #15 [UNKNOWN] 3:41:5.5
13th. 1998 WRC Acropolis Rally J. Papadimitriou N. Petropoulos #36 [UNKNOWN] 4:50:12.6
23rd. 1998 WRC Rally of Finland J. Viita . UNKNOWN #50 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
9th. 1997 WRC Swedish Rally M. Jonsson J. Johannsson #14 [UNKNOWN] 3:57:02
10th. 1997 WRC Swedish Rally S. Blomqvist B. Melander #9 [UNKNOWN] 3:58:35
5th. 1997 WRC Rallye de Portugal J. Richelmi T. Barjou #17 [UNKNOWN] 5:10:17
19th. 1997 WRC Acropolis Rally J. Papadimitriou . UNKNOWN #27 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
9th. 1997 WRC Rally New Zealand B. Stokes G. Cowan #28 [UNKNOWN] 4:29:38
13th. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally P. Svan J. Olsson #28 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
2nd. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 4:37:33
8th. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally S. Blomqvist B. Melander #6 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
11th. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally F. Delecour D. Grataloup #5 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
29th. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally J. Viita . UNKNOWN #48 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
7th. 1996 WRC Safari Rally S. Blomqvist B. Melander #5 [UNKNOWN] 15:09:39
1st. 1996 WRC Rally of Indonesia C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 5:30:00
3rd. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 5:36:33
6th. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:41:18
9th. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally P. Bernardini B. Occelli #11 [UNKNOWN] 5:54:33
11th. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally L. Kirkos J. Stavropoulos #22 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
2nd. 1996 WRC Rally Argentina C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 5:50:17
5th. 1996 WRC Rally Argentina B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:57:07
9th. 1996 WRC Rally Argentina P. Bernardini C. Francois #10 [UNKNOWN] 6:09:20
3rd. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland J. Kytölehto A. Kapanen #17 [UNKNOWN] 4:06:50
11th. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
7th. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland S. Lindholm T. Hantunen #15 [UNKNOWN] 4:09:30
20th. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland J. Viita . UNKNOWN #39 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
15th. 1996 WRC Rally Australia (WA) J. Habig D. Judd #27 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
3rd. 1996 WRC Rally Australia (WA) C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 4:10:11
6th. 1996 WRC Rally Australia (WA) B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 4:17:38
2nd. 1996 WRC Rallye San Remo C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] 4:27:19
3rd. 1996 WRC Rallye San Remo B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 4:29:06
6th. 1996 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Cunico S. Evangelisti #14 [UNKNOWN] 4:30:41
10th. 1996 WRC Rallye San Remo P. Bernardini D. Savignoni #15 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
3rd. 1996 WRC Rallye Catalunya B. Thiry S. Prevot #5 [UNKNOWN] 4:15:38
6th. 1996 WRC Rallye Catalunya P. Bernardini D. Savignoni #12 [UNKNOWN] 4:17:30
2nd. 1995 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] 6:34:56
5th. 1995 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 6:39:18
11th. 1995 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo C. Jaquillard C. Jaquillard #33 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
6th. 1995 WRC Swedish Rally B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
7th. 1995 WRC Swedish Rally S. Blomqvist B. Melander #9 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
6th. 1995 WRC Rallye de Portugal B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 5:41:23
8th. 1995 WRC Rallye de Portugal A. Fiorio V. Brambilla #9 [UNKNOWN] 5:58:44
14th. 1995 WRC Rallye de Portugal J. Miguel C. Magalhaes #28 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
2nd. 1995 WRC Tour de Corse F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] 5:15:04
7th. 1995 WRC Tour de Corse P. Bernardini J. Andrié #9 [UNKNOWN] 5:17:54
6th. 1995 WRC Rally New Zealand F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] 5:37:30
8th. 1995 WRC Rally New Zealand N. Allport C. Vincent #9 [UNKNOWN] 5:54:47
6th. 1995 WRC Rally Australia (WA) B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 5:10:51
4th. 1995 WRC Rallye Catalunya F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] 5:08:38
4th. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain A. McRae C. Wood #44 [UNKNOWN] 5:20:34
5th. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 5:21:11
1st. 1994 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Delecour D. Grataloup #6 [UNKNOWN] 6:12:20
4th. 1994 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo M. Biasion T. Siviero #4 [UNKNOWN] 6:16:56
6th. 1994 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] 6:19:18
3rd. 1994 WRC Rallye de Portugal M. Biasion T. Siviero #4 [UNKNOWN] 6:21:49
5th. 1994 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Peres R. Caldeira #10 [UNKNOWN] 6:49:39
5th. 1994 WRC Tour de Corse M. Biasion T. Siviero #2 [UNKNOWN] 6:02:33
6th. 1994 WRC Tour de Corse B. Thiry S. Prevot #6 [UNKNOWN] 6:02:45
7th. 1994 WRC Tour de Corse P. Bernardini R. Demedardi #21 [UNKNOWN] 6:13:33
5th. 1994 WRC Acropolis Rally A. Vatanen F. Pons #9 [UNKNOWN] 6:52:03
6th. 1994 WRC Acropolis Rally M. Wilson B. Thomas #5 [UNKNOWN] 6:59:25
3rd. 1994 WRC Rally Argentina A. Vatanen F. Pons #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:57:22
4th. 1994 WRC Rally Argentina B. Thiry S. Prevot #7 [UNKNOWN] 6:01:49
8th. 1994 WRC Rally New Zealand B. Stokes J. Judd #16 [UNKNOWN] 6:06:05
1st. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #7 [UNKNOWN] 4:33:44
4th. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland F. Delecour D. Grataloup #5 [UNKNOWN] 4:39:22
16th. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland E. Jurvanen K. Jokinen #32 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
3rd. 1994 WRC Rallye San Remo M. Biasion T. Siviero #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:57:27
4th. 1994 WRC Rallye San Remo B. Thiry S. Prevot #9 [UNKNOWN] 5:57:57
6th. 1994 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Cunico S. Evangelisti #6 [UNKNOWN] 5:58:31
9th. 1994 WRC Rallye San Remo M. Wilson B. Thomas #15 [UNKNOWN] 6:07:42
3rd. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain B. Thiry S. Prevot #11 [UNKNOWN] 5:27:37
4th. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain S. Blomqvist B. Melander #12 [UNKNOWN] 5:30:13
5th. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain A. Vatanen F. Pons #7 [UNKNOWN] 5:34:25
8th. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain J. Habig D. Judd #38 [UNKNOWN] 5:53:16
2nd. 1993 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Delecour D. Grataloup #6 [UNKNOWN] 6:13:58
3rd. 1993 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo M. Biasion T. Siviero #2 [UNKNOWN] 6:16:59
1st. 1993 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Delecour D. Grataloup #5 [UNKNOWN] 6:20:37
2nd. 1993 WRC Rallye de Portugal M. Biasion T. Siviero #2 [UNKNOWN] 6:21:32
1st. 1993 WRC Tour de Corse F. Delecour D. Grataloup #3 [UNKNOWN] 6:14:41
6th. 1993 WRC Tour de Corse B. Beguin J. Chiaroni #15 [UNKNOWN] 6:31:12
7th. 1993 WRC Tour de Corse M. Biasion T. Siviero #7 [UNKNOWN] 6:33:39
1st. 1993 WRC Acropolis Rally M. Biasion T. Siviero #7 [UNKNOWN] 6:54:35
2nd. 1993 WRC Rally Argentina M. Biasion T. Siviero #3 [UNKNOWN] 5:34:25
5th. 1993 WRC Rally Argentina C. Menem V. Zucchini #6 [UNKNOWN] 6:04:05
2nd. 1993 WRC Rally New Zealand F. Delecour D. Grataloup #3 [UNKNOWN] 6:12:58
6th. 1993 WRC Rally of Finland S. Lindholm T. Hantunen #9 [UNKNOWN] 4:31:34
3rd. 1993 WRC Rally Australia (WA) F. Delecour D. Grataloup #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:43:42
1st. 1993 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Cunico S. Evangelisti #7 [UNKNOWN] 6:19:40
2nd. 1993 WRC Rallye San Remo P. Snijers D. Colebunders #11 [UNKNOWN] 6:30:08
1st. 1993 WRC Rallye Catalunya F. Delecour D. Grataloup #3 [UNKNOWN] 5:36:19
4th. 1993 WRC Rallye Catalunya M. Biasion T. Siviero #5 [UNKNOWN] 5:42:57
3rd. 1993 WRC Rally of Great Britain M. Wilson B. Thomas #8 [UNKNOWN] 6:31:26
4th. 1993 WRC Rally of Great Britain F. Delecour D. Grataloup #3 [UNKNOWN] 6:32:57

Ford Escort (Mk5) Retirements

This is an unofficial Car Model Retirements list and may be incomplete.

Pos Event Driver Co-Driver # Rego Reason
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally Argentina J. Recalde D. Curletto #21 [UNKNOWN] SS7 gearbox
Ret. 1998 WRC Acropolis Rally . "Carlo" M. Kriadis #38 [UNKNOWN] SS13 engine
Ret. 1997 WRC Rally of Great Britain M. Dodd S. McAuley #45 [UNKNOWN] SS22 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Rally of Finland J. Viita . UNKNOWN #42 [UNKNOWN] SS7 differential
Ret. 1997 WRC Acropolis Rally J. Richelmi T. Barjou #24 [UNKNOWN] SS8 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Swedish Rally J. Kytölehto A. Kapanen #10 [UNKNOWN] SS3 engine
Ret. 1997 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo P. Baroni D. Savignoni #16 [UNKNOWN] SS3 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo D. Auriol J. Andrié #7 [UNKNOWN] SS11 transmission
Ret. 1997 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo D. Depping D. Hawranke #11 [UNKNOWN] SS14 engine
Ret. 1996 WRC Rallye Catalunya C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] SS2 crash
Ret. 1996 WRC Rallye Catalunya J. Kytölehto A. Kapanen #11 [UNKNOWN] SS11 engine
Ret. 1996 WRC Rallye San Remo J. Kytölehto A. Kapanen #10 [UNKNOWN] SS1 crash
Ret. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland H. Rovanperä J. Repo #18 [UNKNOWN] SS22 transmission
Ret. 1996 WRC Rally of Finland C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] SS29 gearbox
Ret. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally A. Mökkönen V. Silander #16 [UNKNOWN] SS6 crash
Ret. 1996 WRC Acropolis Rally S. Finley R. Philpott #21 [UNKNOWN] SS11 suspension
Ret. 1996 WRC Rally of Indonesia D. Rukmana S. Sabastian #6 [UNKNOWN] SS8 electrics
Ret. 1996 WRC Rally of Indonesia G. Evans H. Davies #5 [UNKNOWN] SS9 clutch
Ret. 1996 WRC Safari Rally C. Sainz L. Moya #4 [UNKNOWN] SS10 suspension
Ret. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally A. Vatanen F. Pons #14 [UNKNOWN] SS24 crash
Ret. 1996 WRC Swedish Rally S. Lindholm T. Hantunen #16 [UNKNOWN] SS14 crash
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain D. Thompson J. Davenport #50 [UNKNOWN] SS9 crash
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] SS3 gearbox
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain M. Wilson B. Thomas #9 [UNKNOWN] SS9 crash
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally of Great Britain G. de Mevius J. Fortin #15 [UNKNOWN] SS17 engine
Ret. 1995 WRC Rallye Catalunya B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] SS1 suspension
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally Australia (WA) F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] SS18 crash
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally New Zealand B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] SS15 electrics
Ret. 1995 WRC Rally New Zealand B. Stokes I. Latham #22 [UNKNOWN] SS99 ?
Ret. 1995 WRC Tour de Corse K. Rosenberger . UNKNOWN #32 [UNKNOWN] SS99 ?
Ret. 1995 WRC Tour de Corse B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] SS22 wheel bearing - on last road section - 1st!
Ret. 1995 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] SS99 crash
Ret. 1995 WRC Swedish Rally F. Delecour C. Francois #7 [UNKNOWN] SS99 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain F. Delecour D. Grataloup #3 [UNKNOWN] SS7 disqualified - after crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain M. Biasion T. Siviero #5 [UNKNOWN] SS15 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Great Britain M. Wilson B. Thomas #10 [UNKNOWN] SS26 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Delecour D. Grataloup #1 [UNKNOWN] SS11 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland M. Baumschlager M. Hiemer #11 [UNKNOWN] SS3 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland A. Vatanen F. Pons #3 [UNKNOWN] SS4 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland S. Lindholm T. Hantunen #13 [UNKNOWN] SS5 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland M. Sohlberg R. Mannisenmäki #14 [UNKNOWN] SS18 steering
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally of Finland B. Thiry S. Prevot #8 [UNKNOWN] SS19 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally New Zealand M. Biasion T. Siviero #3 [UNKNOWN] SS14 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally New Zealand A. Vatanen F. Pons #7 [UNKNOWN] SS26 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rally Argentina M. Biasion T. Siviero #3 [UNKNOWN] SS22 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Acropolis Rally M. Biasion T. Siviero #1 [UNKNOWN] SS21 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Acropolis Rally M. Baumschlager M. Hiemer #16 [UNKNOWN] SS12 ?
Ret. 1994 WRC Acropolis Rally L. Kirkos J. Stavropoulos #24 [UNKNOWN] SS9 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Tour de Corse F. Cunico S. Evangelisti #9 [UNKNOWN] SS10 crash
Ret. 1994 WRC Rallye de Portugal A. Fiorio V. Brambilla #9 [UNKNOWN] SS9 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Delecour D. Grataloup #1 [UNKNOWN] SS12 engine
Ret. 1994 WRC Rallye de Portugal B. Thiry S. Prevot #7 [UNKNOWN] SS15 head gasket
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally of Great Britain S. Lindholm T. Hakala #11 [UNKNOWN] SS21 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally of Great Britain R. Head C. Roy #22 [UNKNOWN] SS27 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Delecour D. Grataloup #2 [UNKNOWN] SS6 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rallye San Remo M. Biasion T. Siviero #5 [UNKNOWN] SS8 engine
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally Australia (WA) M. Biasion T. Siviero #2 [UNKNOWN] SS33 electrics
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally of Finland M. Wilson B. Thomas #7 [UNKNOWN] SS17 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally New Zealand M. Biasion T. Siviero #6 [UNKNOWN] SS4 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rally New Zealand B. Stokes J. Judd #20 [UNKNOWN] SS8 wheel bearing
Ret. 1993 WRC Acropolis Rally F. Delecour D. Grataloup #2 [UNKNOWN] SS32 engine
Ret. 1993 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Peres R. Caldeira #9 [UNKNOWN] SS17 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Rallye de Portugal M. Biasion T. Siviero #2 [UNKNOWN] SS5 engine
Ret. 1993 WRC Swedish Rally M. Wilson B. Thomas #11 [UNKNOWN] SS3 crash
Ret. 1993 WRC Swedish Rally M. Ericsson T. Thörner #7 [UNKNOWN] SS5 clutch
Ret. 1993 WRC Swedish Rally S. Lindholm T. Hantunen #8 [UNKNOWN] SS18 engine