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Old 15 Feb 2009, 12:10 (Ref:2397818)   #16
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Thor definately debuted the RS200 at the 1986 GP in the rain as did Schanche and Nilsson, all had the Ford livery,Gollop also debuted the 6R4 in fact the only one on the entry. Rennison was the first to have an RS200 early 86.
Sorry Barrie - I`m sure Gollop debut the 6R4 at Lydden in a winter series - in plain white with front spoiler. I`ll have to dig in the attic to check the date.
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 12:12 (Ref:2397819)   #17
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I think that Terry O’Shea’s Mk3 went to Gunnar Kittilsen. But who the heck is Parmo Laine? Laine is a Finnish family name and, therefore, I’m certain that his christian name would be Jarmo, not Parmo.
Were the Laines two brothers who brought the xtrac together?
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 12:43 (Ref:2397830)   #18
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Sorry Barrie - I`m sure Gollop debut the 6R4 at Lydden in a winter series - in plain white with front spoiler. I`ll have to dig in the attic to check the date.

Your possibly right Stephen thinking about it.
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 12:53 (Ref:2397833)   #19
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Barrie, is this a defective link, as it does not work with me.

I m rubbish at links, I was just trying to link to one of Tonys youtube videos (Schanches first event in RS200) half Ford livery and headlights, although the usual Viking and Sachs sponsors present, yep can remember it being an evo.
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 13:55 (Ref:2397841)   #20
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I think that Terry O’Shea’s Mk3 went to Gunnar Kittilsen. But who the heck is Parmo Laine? Laine is a Finnish family name and, therefore, I’m certain that his christian name would be Jarmo, not Parmo.
As always I think Guru is right,

just dug out the piccs I have of the event - the programme says Parmo

http://file046b.bebo.com/4/large/200...105397909l.jpg

but on trying to get a close up of the name on the car - I don`t think its a P

http://file046b.bebo.com/5/large/200...105466568l.jpg
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 14:39 (Ref:2397854)   #21
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Could it be a T, is Tarmo Laine a valid name?

1000 lakes rally 1981 shown on

http://www.juwra.com/finland_1981_entries.html

has a Tarmo Laine

69 Laine, Tarmo
Jarvilehto, Atte FI
FI Ford Escort RS2000
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 17:44 (Ref:2397913)   #22
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Well, new for me (or completely forgotten?) that somebody else had Seppo’s Xtrac before it went to Norway and Ragnar Forsberg. But at least the date (15.3.87) of the event does not interfere at all. Yep, the sticker reads Tarmo, not Jarmo. However, the name Tarmo Laine does not wake up any memories for me. Must try to find out if he is family to Antero. Seppo Niittymäki (as well as his brother Risto Niittymäki) from Hyrylä and Antero Laine from Kellokoski were living just a couple of kms down the road.

About Martin’s RS200 and its Ford livery: On my pics from the 1986 GP at Brands Hatch it is very difficult to see, du to the mud on the car. But one week later we have been together to Bologna in Italy for the 'Memorial Bettega'. And yep, his car still had the blue and white Ford livery. It also had a reg no that weekend, C200LWC (chassis 012, the first ever Evo). On Rolf Nilsson’s RS200 at Brands the reg no was B200 XVX.
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Pic from 1986 RX GP here, showing "Mister RX" and "Myggan": http://www.ms-insider.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=102
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Hehe, sorry Eddi, I just presumed it must be Seppos car coz of Rakenuus Ruola sponsors, and Edacom, both Seppos sponsors

Barrie, I know abvout Wahlunds, it was BDT engined, still quick though!!

Strange how Terje built a car without help from Endean and Gartrac, but never mind, he was never short of cash!

BTW in the STCC game online I can be Tommy Rustad, Tommy K or Thomas Schie!! how cool is that!!

Great thread, and super pics Stpehen, would love to ahve a look at the one day! could spend hours!! Have you got a link to a Bebo account or did you just scan them in for this?

Oh and Will definately debuted the Metro at Lydden, plain white with spoiler, rememebr the pics in Autosport!!
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Does anyone know if Arild Martinsen's Lotus Sunbeam had an X-Trac set up?
From memory I think it did, but not 100% sure!
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It wouldnt shock me dick!! Mainly because he used Xtrac on the Beemer so maybe just transferred the box and had new shafts diffs made up

THe one I want to know mroe about is Dagfinn's Talbot, that looked seriously quick!!
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Great thread, and super pics Stpehen, would love to ahve a look at the one day! could spend hours!! Have you got a link to a Bebo account or did you just scan them in for this?
Scanned them in to try to resolve the Parmo, Jarmo, Tarmo question.

But while doing so - decided with all this talk of cars from the past to - set up a group on bebo for just that - rallycross past. I`m scanning the pictures in under driver names, at the momemt straight from an old album, so 3 photos per picture. Hopefully it will kick start a few memories for us all - it has for me.

So far not alot on, but Rennies screaming red escort, the jeeta fashions xtrac, etc. But will add as much as a can, when I can. Sadly lost a rallycross album of photos from early 80`s due to water damage, so most will be 83 to the mid 90`s

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Brilliant stuff

Rennys Escort was a screamer I remember it well!!

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Thor definately debuted the RS200 at the 1986 GP in the rain as did Schanche and Nilsson, all had the Ford livery,Gollop also debuted the 6R4 in fact the only one on the entry. Rennison was the first to have an RS200 early 86.
The DSRM RS200 at its debut, Brands Hatch 9th March 1986, before the collision with the pit wall.

http://file046b.bebo.com/1/large/200...149001405l.jpg

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Good to know its debut date. I saw it first in August 1986, during the Dutch ERC round at Valkenswaard. It was then said that the owner of DSRM was the mentor of Mark and had bought him that RS200. Wonder why Mark prefered the Starting no 66, as Martin Schanche also did in his early years.
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