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In 1982 the Austin Rover Group commissioned the Williams Grand Prix team to design their new Group B Rally car. By the time it was ready to make its’ World Championship debut Group B had been banned. The rear engined four wheel drive Metro found its way into private hands and became a popular and successful Rallycross and Club Rally Car. Photographed during demonstration laps at Race Retro, Stoneleigh, 14th March 2010.

Confirmed Petrol Head first and foremost, who happens to enjoy photography as a hobby.
I was bitten by the motor sport bug at a young age and prefer long distance sports car racing over single seaters. I also love the passion and enthusiasm of the owners and drivers of historic race cars and find this form of motorsport, as well as rallying, the most spectacular because of the lower grip levels and loose style of driving employed.

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  • Ken Thomas Photography
    Ken Thomas Pho...almost 5 years ago

    I followed Group B when I was a teenager. It was a magnificent rally class but, I guess in the end, it was a little too fast and powerful for safe competition.

  • Agreed Ken. Tony Pond used to live in the same village as me and used to rave about how good the 6R4 was.

    – Willie Jackson

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