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The Subaru World Rally Team (SWRT) was Subaru’s World Rally Championship (WRC) team. It used a distinctive blue with yellow color scheme that is a throwback to the sponsorship deal with State Express 555, a BAT cigarette brand popular in Asia.[2] 555 logos were found on Subaru cars from 1993 to 2003.[2] Subaru’s WRC efforts date back to 1980, however, the team, in its current form, has existed since 1989, when the British firm Prodrive took over its operations, and its base moved from Japan to Banbury, England.[2][3]

Subaru used the team to showcase its symmetrical all wheel drive technology.[4] It has credited the increased sales of its vehicles, especially the Subaru Impreza, with its success in the World Rally Championship, in addition to popularizing its all-wheel-drive system.[5][6][7]

Its 2008 season drivers were Petter Solberg with co-driver Phil Mills, and Chris Atkinson with co-driver Stéphane Prévot. David Richards was the team’s Principal, and a founder and chairman of Prodrive.[1] Paul Howarth was the team’s operations director and team manager. He replaced David Lapworth in 2006.[1][8][9] Richard Taylor is the team’s managing director.[1]

The team was historically an extremely strong one, competing in the WRC longer than any other manufacturer team in their current form. It has won the manufacturers’ championship three times in 1995, 1996, and 1997, and the drivers’ championship three times, in 1995, 2001, and 2003. The team’s performance since the 2005 season, when Petter Solberg secured second position in the driver’s championship, has been far lower than expected and the subject of much criticism. [10] The team’s 2006 season, one that has been described as “disappointing” by Richard Taylor, was the subject of a Discovery Channel series called Engineering the World Rally which aired in 2007.[8][11][12][13] The 2007 season was little better, and called the “second season from hell” by Phil Mills.[14] The team withdrew from WRC competition at the end of the 2008 season due to widespread economic downturn.

Although Subaru had participated in the World Rally Championship at various times since 1980, it was not until September 1989, that the Subaru World Rally Team, in its current form, was created.[16] Subaru Tecnica International (STi) president Ryuichiro Kuze forged a partnership with the British firm Prodrive to prepare and enter the recently introduced Legacy RS in the World Rally Championship

Subaru’s initial forays into the World Rally Championship were with Subaru Rally Team Japan, run by Noriyuki Koseki, the founder of Subaru Tecnica International.[17] The first Subaru car entered a world rally at the 1980 Safari Rally and since that, the team only participated in a few events per season, driving the Subaru Leone.[18] Drivers in the early years included Ari Vatanen, Per Eklund, Shekhar Mehta, Mike Kirkland, Possum Bourne, and Harald Demuth.[2] The best result and only podium was achieved by Bourne at the 1987 Rally New Zealand by finishing third. With the start of the Prodrive effort, the teams competed in parallel, before being folded into each other

Subaru entered its first Prodrive developed car, the Group A Subaru Legacy RS in the 1990 season, piloted by Finnish driver Markku Alén.[19] Alen remained with the team through the 1991 season. His successes included 4th place in the 1990 Rally Finland, also known as the 1000 Lakes Rally, and in 1991, a 3rd and two 4th places.[19] For the 1992 season, Subaru only entered seven of the fourteen WRC events, preferring to demonstrate the car’s ability on gravel rallies. The drivers for 1992 were Finn Ari Vatanen with co-driver Bruno Berglund and Scotsman Colin McRae with co-driver Derek Ringer.[3] Both drivers were able to achieve second-place finishes.[3] Colin McRae also won the British Rally Championship in 1991 and 1992.

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The Toyota Corolla is a car rally based on the Toyota Corolla with approval World Rally Car . It was used by the official team of Toyota from 1997 to 1999. He debuted in the Finland Rally in 1997 and won a constructors’ title in 1999, four thirty victories and podiums.

In 1996 Toyota was serving a penalty imposed by the FIA which prohibited compete in the World Rally Championship because of an irregularity in the Toyota Celica GT4 during the season 1995. However the Japanese returned in 1997 with a new car the Toyota Corolla WRC, the first vehicle of the Japanese home of the category World Rally Car. 1 The Corolla WRC like their contemporaries, was a motor vehicle turbocharged, four drive wheels and was also based on his counterpart in series, the which however did not have these features. This meant for Audi engineers about 400 hours of work to adapt the chassis of the car racing street where most of the work focused on reinforcing the frame, assemble and weld the safety cage and mounting suspensions and transmission. The engine, which was located about 20 mm further back and reinforcements in the stands, was similar to that used in the Celica GT-4 and developed 300 hp maximum power allowed by the regulations and a torque of 500 Nm. Unlike his predecessor Corolla developed his power of 3,500 to 7,250 rpm, while the Celica only reached 6,000. This gave the engine Corolla greater elasticity, important especially for asphalt rallies. One of the great innovations of the Japanese car was the introduction of a sequential gearbox, but included the classic H-shaped, if this failed. The lever was connected to the gearbox electronically. The car introduced an electrohydraulic transmission with three differentials, which then became widespread in the post World Rally Cars. On the external side, the Corolla was a little shorter than your opponents car of the time, which made ??it more agile, also the weight distribution was more balanced, with 54% of its weight on the front axle located , somewhat less than with respect to the Celica.

The Corolla WRC debut in Rally Finland 1997 with Didier Auriol and Marcus Grönholm as authors, and also with good feelings because the Finnish came to lead the race until he left due to mechanical problems. Meanwhile Auriol was eighth, pilot ran five tests this year with the car and achieved the best result of the year: third place in the Rally of Australia , and therefore also awarded the winners of the Corolla WRC its first podium. Gronholm meanwhile, participated in the RAC where he finished fifth.

After a year of brand tuned he faced the 1998 season with Didier Auriol and Carlos Sainz , known pilots of the house and they knew what it was to get the world championship with Toyota, which joined with different drivers sporadic appearances: Gronholm (Finland), Fujimoto (Indonesia), Andrea Aghini (San Remo), Freddy Loix (Portugal) and Armin Schwarz (RAC). The year began with a win in Monte Carlo Sainz hand then scored his second victory with the Corolla WRC in New Zealand, while Auriol also got a victory in the Rally de Catalunya, and both Sainz and the team were runners-up. The worst moment was undoubtedly in the last race. Rally of Great Britain, Sainz came with chances crowned world champion and after an early abandonment of the championship leader, Tommi Makinen , the Spanish had only to finish fourth to be crowned champion. However only 500 meters from the finish line Toyota Corolla WRC had enough. Engine connecting rod broke and with it the hopes of the pilot crowned champions for the third time

In 1999 Corolla results were no better than the previous year. Auriol clinched victory in the Rally of China , the only year for the car and the last under his belt, several podiums and finished third while Sainz finished on the podium eight times and finished fifth. The regularity of both drivers enabled the brand crowned world champion for the third time in its history. However that was the last year of Toyota in the world since he left the specialty to focus on Formula 1 . The Corolla WRC continued to appear in the world championship but in the hands of private pilots with modest results.

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