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Renault 5 Turbo: Tour de Corse

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Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson

Now that was truly awesome! Awesome roads, awesome scenery, awesome driving, awesome owner and car!

Nicholas Sokach
Nicholas Sokach

Great little car. Fantastic scenery. Driver’s “elan” is appreciated. The only thing similar I experienced was years ago riding follow up in a Alfa GTV 1971 in a rally with Richard Baron when I belonged to San Diego Alfa Owners club. It was fun.

Bill Meyer
Bill Meyer

An amazing, wonderful, little brute of a car.

I was lucky enough to get a ride-along in a Turbo II on an autocross course in San Diego once. I still vividly remember that thrill ride.

Meliambro001
Meliambro001

Since when have the French come up with anything amazing????