[urq] See you in another 25 Years - Audi S1 Col du Turini

Michael Hopton Michael at siliconoptix.com
Tue Apr 12 21:54:06 EDT 2005

Blomqvist was driving, yes a few pounds heavier. I can 
only imagine the insurance risk, and he still got it 
sideways on a few corners that were covered by one
man and his video. There are a "lot" of coners on the 
col du turini.

One year I hope to compare this to the Stelvio pass :)


-----Original Message-----
From:	urq-bounces at audifans.com on behalf of Buchholz, Steven
Sent:	Tue 4/12/2005 7:31 PM
To:	urq at audifans.com
Subject:	RE: [urq] See you in another 25 Years - Audi S1 Col du Turini
... finally had a chance to bring the link up ... definitely elicits a
grin!  Thanks for the post Mike!

The one thing that I noticed was that there was maybe once or twice
where the car was making the noises that were so familiar in the past.
I know that the guy driving was being careful with a rare piece of
history, but in a way it also shows that the machine is only part of the
equation.  Could you imagine how that same video would have been were
Blomqvist, Buffum, Mouton, Unser or Rohrl at the controls?

For those who have not seen it, go in and check it out when you have a

Steve B
San Jose, CA (USA)
> http://www.mtm-france.com/videos/audi/audi_s1_25_quattro_turini.mpg

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