Volvo made their motorsport return in the 1994 British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with a unique approach, the iconic Volvo 850 Estate. Advertisements
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With a production car based racing heritage dating back to the legendary Hakosukas of the early ’70s, Nissan pooled talent from around the world and created arguably the greatest Group A touring car of them all.
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