We love a bit of Jean Michel Jarre here at World Rally Fever. He is our number one composer of electric anthems and purveyor of city-sized concerts, which means his work is the perfect accompaniment to the might and majesty of Group B rally cars in their prime.
So enjoy these highlights from the 1986 1000 Lakes, with lots of Lancias and Peugeots, 6R4s but no Fords or Audis.
OK, so we’re taking a liberty here because any poll about the greatest WRC champion of all wouldn’t be worth its salt without Markku Alén or Sandro Munari, so we’re including 1977 and 1978. With that in mind, cast your eyes down these fine specimens of the genus Accelleratii Incredibus and cast your vote for your Champion among Champions.