Spaghetti Sunday: Lancia Delta Integrale 16V

It’s taken long enough, but finally I have a Delta! Named for the spiffy triangle symbol denoting the number four in Greek, this is really best seen as Italy’s Quattro... Except for the transverse engine bit. And build quality. And noise. But it’s a legend in its own right, arguably the last true Lancia, before FIAT…

Spaghetti Sunday: Michele Mouton's Monte Mirafiori

Monte Carlo, 1980. The relative calm before the Group B storm, when a small, normally aspirated 4-cylinder car could still win on the world rally stage. Fiat’s 131 was well proven by this point, and had some of the world’s best drivers at its helm, including Walter Rohrl, Bjorn Waaldegard, Markku Alen, Jean-Claude…