Audi Quattro S1 – Walter Röhrl & Christian Geistdörfer – Down – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1986. Limited edition

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The Audi Quattro S1 E2

was introduced at the end of 1985 as an update to the Audi Sport Quattro S1. The car featured an inline five-cylinder engine that displaced 2,110 cc (128.8 cu in) from a bore and stroke of 79.5 mm × 85.0 mm (3.13 in × 3.35 in) and generated an officially quoted power output figure of 480 PS (353 kW; 473 hp).

However, the turbocharger utilised a recirculating air system, with the aim of keeping the unit spinning at high rpm, when the driver closed the throttle, either to back off during cornering, or on gearshifts. This allowed the engine to resume full power immediately after the resumption of full throttle, reducing turbo lag. The actual power figure was in excess of 500 PS (368 kW; 493 hp) at 8,000 rpm.

The Quattro S1 was a variant of the Quattro developed for homologation for Group B rallying in 1984, and sold as a production car in limited numbers.[4] It featured an all aluminium 2,133 cc (2.1 L) Inline-five engine with a bore x stroke of 79.3 mm × 86.4 mm (3.1 in × 3.4 in) DOHC 4 valves per cylinder, Bosch LH Jetronic fuel injection and a KKK K27 turbocharger.

The engine was slightly smaller than that of the standard Audi Quattro in terms of displacement in order to qualify for the 3-litre engine class after the 1.4 multiplication factor applied to turbocharged engines. In road-going form, the engine was capable of generating 306 PS (302 hp; 225 kW) at 6,700 rpm and 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) at 3,700 rpm, with the engine on the competition cars initially generating around 331 kW (450 PS; 444 hp).

The S1 E2 made its debut at the 1985 Rally Argentina, with Blomqvist driving. This variant was successful in the rally circuit, with Röhrl[1] and Christian Geistdörfer winning the 1985 San Remo Rally. A modified version of the E2, was also driven by Michèle Mouton.

The S1 E2 would become the final Group B car produced by Audi, with the works team withdrawing from the Championship following the 1986 rally in Portugal.[1] The final factory cars of 1986 were rated at 600 PS (441 kW; 592 hp).[1] In 1987, the car won the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb driven by Walter Röhrl.

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Audi Quattro S1 – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1986

Details

Size: Multi formats available
Print technology: UltraChrome HD 8-Color pigment ink
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 188 gr

Poster022 Web Cadre 1

Production

Quantity: Limited edition (50)
Signed by Art Director: Yes
Numbered: Yes
Security hologram sticker: Yes
Framing: Not including

Delivery

Posters are packed and delivered in a protective tube to ensure a safe delivery.

Collection

Audi Quattro S1 – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1986

Details

Size: Multi formats available
Print technology: UltraChrome HD 8-Color pigment ink
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 188 gr

Production

Quantity: Limited edition (50)
Signed by Art Director: Yes
Numbered: Yes
Security hologram sticker: Yes
Framing: Not including

Delivery

Posters are packed and delivered in a protective tube to ensure a safe delivery.

Additional information

Weight 0,2 kg
Dimensions 9 × 60 × 9 cm