1981→1982 Audi Quattro Rallye


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Even during the 1981 season, the first in which Audi participated, the quattro began to hint at its later superiority. The Finnish Hannu Mikkola won two events and came third in the drivers’ rankings, despite the teething troubles suffered by the car initially. In San Remo, the Frenchwoman Michèle Mouton became the first woman ever to win a world championship rally.



Chassis & Sales

1983 AUDI QUATTRO - sold for €45,272 The car on offer left the factory on 31 March 1983. According to its owner, it was used by the Audi team to carry out reconnaissance on rallies. The official team, appropriately structured, used back-up cars, which were equipped with " semi-racing " equipment. The car was then bought by a French driver who took part in several rallies on his own home ground. It was later sold again to a Belgian and in 2010 the car was prepared to compete in th... more
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