Lancia 037 - Complete Results in The World Rally Championship

Complete Results in The World Rally Championship

Season Team Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Pos Points
1982 Martini Racing MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE NZL BRA FIN ITA CIV GBR 9 25
Markku Alén 9 NF NF NF 4
Attilio Bettega NF
Adartico Vudafieri NF NF
Fabrizio Tabaton NF
1983 Martini Racing MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE NZL ARG FIN ITA CIV GBR 1 118
Walter Röhrl 1 3 2 1 1 2
Markku Alén 2 4 1 2 5 3 1
Jean-Claude Andruet 8 NF
Attilio Bettega 4 5 3 3
Adartico Vudafieri 5 NF
Francisco Mayorga NF
Pentti Airikkala 5
1984 Martini Racing MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE NZL ARG FIN ITA CIV GBR 2 108
Markku Alén 8 2 4 1 3 2 2 NF
Attilio Bettega 5 3 7 4 2
Jean-Claude Andruet NF
Henri Toivonen NF NF 3
1985 Martini Racing MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE NZL ARG FIN ITA CIV GBR 3 70
Henri Toivonen 6 4 3
Markku Alén NF NF 3 4
Attilio Bettega NF NF
1986 Martini Lancia MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE NZL ARG FIN CIV ITA GBR USA 2 122
Markku Alén 3
Miki Biasion NF
Greg Criticos 9
Johnny Hellier 10
Vic Preston Jr. NF

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