By 1991, the Delta HF Integrale held five WRC titles under its belt, and Lancia finally decided to retire from the world of rallying. In 1992, a privateer racing company, Jolly Club, sponsored by Martini Racing continued to compete and won Lancia’s sixth consecutive constructor championship under its wing in 1992.
To celebrate the record shattering achievement (which still hasn’t been broken today), Lancia developed the final homologated road going versions of their rally cars, dubbed the Evoluzione. In addition to this, they created 400 ‘Martini 5′ special Evos, and the one pictured in this feature happens to be number 360.
One of the rarest BMWs ever produced, and one you’ve probably never heard of.
BMW ended up only producing 126 units of the E36 M3 LTW CSL in 1995. Ten were pre-production models in January and February, one was made in April, and then the rest between August and October. If you couldn’t guess by the name, the main premise behind the car was based around shedding weight, so BMW only offered the car with the lightest trim possible.
Ever wondered how a Mercedes 300SL would look with wider arches, slammed suspension and carbon aero? Of course not, but that’s why we love @the_kyza and his latest interpretation of a classic icon. Just awesome 🙌