World Rally Championship 1990 | Round 6 | New Zealand Rally

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Round 6 of the 1990 world rally series took place in New Zealand in conditions that varied between lashing storms, high winds and snow – auguring bad news for 2 wheel drive vehicles. The four-day event, with 43 special stages attracted many of the world's top drivers, including Carlos Sainz (Toyota Celica GT-Four), Tommi Makinen (Mitsubishi Galant VR-4), Mike Kirkland and Possum Bourne (Subaru Legacy 4WD Turbos), Ingvar Carlsson (Mazda 323 4WD) and Jorge Recalde (Lancia Delta Integrale 16v).

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Jon Ross says:

When rallying WAS rallying.

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