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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1985 - 1986
Numbers built:26
Internal name:SE038
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 05, 2014
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Chassis 051 Completed in October of 1986, this Group B Delta S4 was delivered new to Lancia's Squadra Corse shortly thereafter. Not actually raced in period, it was one of the three reconnaissance cars used by the works team ahead of the rallies. In 1988, it was sold to Italian racing t>>>

Chassis 202 Chassis 202 was one of a pair of Delta S4s entered in the 1985 RAC Rally. It was driven by Henri Toivonen and Malcolm Wilson, who narrowly beat team mates Markku Alen and Ilkka Kivmak to score the victory. In what was the S4's World Championship the two cars won 41 of the 63>>>

Chassis 205 Among the very first Group B specification Lancia Delta S4s built, chassis 205 was one of the very first raced. The car debuted at the Algarve Rally; a round of the Portuguese national championship. Markku Alén lead early on but was eventually forced to retire with mech>>>

Chassis 207 A works car, this Delta S4 was entered in the 1985 Lombard RAC Rally for Markku Alén and Ilkka Kivimäki. The Finnish pairing ended the final round of that year's World Rally Championship in second, just one behind the winners after 63 stages and 880 km. Still in Martini co>>>

Chassis 214 One of the Martini Racing Lancia works cars, this Delta S4 was raced on several occasions by Miki Biasion. The Italian used it at the Tour de Corse, Portuguese Rally and the Acropolis Rally, where he finished second. Later in the year, it was entrusted to young Swedish ace M>>>

Chassis 222 This Delta S4 was first pressed into service at the 1986 New Zeeland Rally. Driven by Markku Alén, it ended the rally second, almost two minutes behind the victorious Peugeot 205 of Juha Kankkunen. Finished in Totip colours, it was subsequently raced Italian Dario Cerra>>>

Chassis 227 One of the very last Delta S4s built, this chassis was not used until the Memorial Bettega in December of 1986. Entrusted to Miki Biasion, the works car finished second overall. Ahead of the 1988, it was sold to Bruno Saby, who campaigned the car in the French Rallycross Cha>>>

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