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Take a scroll through Peugeot Sport's heritage with these legendary cars!

1980

1980

1980

1980

205 T16

Catégorie

World Rally Championship (WRC)

Production

1983-1987

Lancement

1984

Juha Kankkunen - Juha Piironen (Fin), Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evo 2, action during the World Rally Championship 1986 Acropolis rally rally on June 4 at Athens, Greece -  Photo: DPPI

The adventure starts in 1984, the 205 T16 begins with five rallies in theWorld RAlly Championship to find its point of reference, and finish with three victories with Ari Vantanen.

She later wins the championship with Timo Salonen who is also titled driver champion after her first full season in competition.

The 205 T16 Rally goes to win the manufacturer and driver titles in the World Rally Championship in 1985 and 1986.

 

With a new goal on the horizon, the 205 T16 Rally Raid Paris-Dakar is adapted for the difficult conditions of the desert. She wins the Dakar and the Pharaos Rally with Ari Vatanen in 1987.

 

The following Dakar edition is also won with the 205 T16 this time, this Juha Kankkunen in command.

Finally, a version of the 205 T16 takes on the greatest hill climb in the world in July 1987, Pikes Peak.

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WRC ACROPOLE 1986
WRC ACROPOLE 1985
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WRC RAC 1983

405 T16

Catégorie

Rally Raid & Pikes Peak

Production

1988-1990

Lancement

1988

Following the accomplishements of 205 T16, the 405 T16 is born in 1988 with similar mechanics designed for the African Rally Raids. She stamps history with her success after a double podium in the 1989 and 1990 Paris-Dakar rallies.

A lightened chassis, and changes made to the reservoir and engine, a sophisticated Pikes Peak version of the 405 T16 driven by Ari Vatanen wins the renowned hill climb in 1988 and 1989.

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AUTO - RALLYE RAID 1987
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AUTO - RALLYE RAID 1988

1990

1990

1990

1990

306 Maxi

Catégorie

French Rally Championship

Production

1996-1998

The Peugeot 306 Maxi marks Peugeot’s return to the front line in rally following the Group B era and the 205 T16. With Gilles Panizzi and François Delecour at the wheel, she goes to win numerous rallyes in the French Championship and two titles with Panizzi in 1996 and 1997.

The Peugeot 306 Maxi also made official appearances in the World Rally Championship from 1996 to 1998 on tarmac.

RALLYE MONT-BLANC 2021
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905

Catégorie

Endurance

Production

1990-1992

Lancement

July 4,1990

1992 and1993, two years of success at Le Mans

24 Heures du Mans

1992, two podium finishes!
905 n° 1 : Yannick Dalmas – Derek Warwick – Mark Blundell : Victory
905 n° 2 : Mauro Baldi – Philippe Alliot – Jean Pierre Jabouille : 3rd

Race Car World Champion 

1993, a clean sweep!
905 n° 3 : Christophe Bouchut – Eric Hélary – Geoff Brabham : Victory
905 n° 1 : Yannick Dalmas – Thierry Boutsen – Teo Fabi : 2nd
905 n° 2 : Mauro Baldi – Philippe Alliot – Jean Pierre Jabouille : 3rd

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2000

2000

2000

2000

206 WRC

Catégorie

World Rally Champions (WRC)

Production

1999-2003

Lancement

1999

The 206 WRC made its debut in WRC at the Tour de Course 1999 with François Delecour and Gilles Panizzi. She acccumulated a total of 25 victories, 3 manufacturer titles (200, 2001, 2002), and two driver titles with Marcus Grönholm in 2000 and 2002.

 

AUTO - WRC SWEDISH RALLY 2003
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908

Catégorie

Endurance

Production

2007 - 2011

Lancement

2007

9 - D. BRABHAM (GBR) - M. GENE (ESP) - A. WURZ (AUT) / PEUGEOT SPORT TOTAL (FRA) - PEUGEOT 908 HDI FAP, ACTION DURING LE MANS 24 HOURS 2009 - RACE - 12/06 TO 14/06/2009 - PHOTO : CLAUDE SAULNIER / DPPI
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AUTO - 6 HOURS OF IMOLA 2011
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The 908 HDi FAP, one of the greatest successes in prototype racing.

The Peugeot 908 HDi FAP won 20 of the 32 races she was entered in. Victorious of the Le Mans Series in 2007, she also won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2009.

Engine: V12 (diesel), 700-800 HP

 

Her successor, the Peugeot 908 equipped with a V8 engine and 550 horse power competed on the international stage taking to the track for the first time at Sebering, in March, 2011 and in some of the most prestigious competitions.

 

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