Group B World Rally Championship

The Group B World Rally Championship was introduced for the 1982 season and was intended to motivate major manufacturers into building cars for racing and rallying.  It led to the fastest, most outrageous and powerful rally cars ever seen which eventually led to them being banned.  The FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) established an engine capacity of 3 litres for naturally aspirated units or two litres for forced induction, including turbo charging or super charging or a combination of the two.

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