Lancia Delta HF Integrale – Auriol & 0ccelli – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1992. Limited edition

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Lancia Delta HF Integrale – D. Auriol & B. 0ccelli

Lancia Delta HF Integrale – Auriol & 0ccelli – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1992

At the September 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show Lancia introduced an heavily revised Delta HF, once again named “Delta HF integrale”—but which became better known as the “HF integrale Evoluzione” or simply “HF integrale Evo”. Evoluzione cars were built from October 1991 through 1992.

At the end of the victorious 1991 World Rally Championship season, where the HF integrale 16v had won both the drivers’ and manufacturers’ championships, Lancia officially retired from rallying. Despite this, racing development of the HF integrale continued, and factory-developed HF integrale Evos were fielded by independent Martini Racing-sponsored Jolly Club for the 1992 season.

Thanks to the two factory-backed privateer teams, Lancia won its sixth and final consecutive Constructor’s World Rally Championship. These were to be the final homologation cars; the catalytic 1993 Evoluzione 2 was not developed by the factory into a rally car.

The Evoluzione’s engine was the same turbocharged 16-valve two-litre used on the previous model, but power had increased to 210 PS (154 kW; 207 hp) at 5,750 rpm, chiefly thanks to a new, single outlet 60 mm diameter exhaust system.

Maximum torque was unchanged at 31 kgf⋅m (300 N⋅m; 220 lbf⋅ft), but was now reached at a higher, 3,500 rpm. An eight-valve “kat” catalytic converter-equipped variant, with an unchanged 177 PS output, continued to be produced for countries where such equipment was mandatory. Mechanical changes included a strengthened steering rack and a power steering oil cooler.

The suspension was reworked and strengthened, e.g. using box section track control arms. Front strut towers were raised, which necessitated an aluminium strut brace. The braking system featured larger diameter discs and vacuum servo, and fixed two-piston Brembo calipers at the front. No changes were made to the four-wheel-drive system.

Front and rear tracks were wider than on earlier Deltas, by 54 and 60 mm (2.1 and 2.4 in) respectively. The wheel arch bulges were consequently extended and made more rounded. They were now made in a single pressing, rather than welded on as they previously were. Besides the aforementioned wings, the Evoluzione bodywork included a new bonnet, front and rear bumpers, box section side skirts, rear doors, and a rear spoiler.

The front end was distinguished by twin, smaller diameter round headlamps—with the outboard pair, the dipped beams, being of the novel projector type. The bonnet had a wider and taller hump, and new lateral air slats to further assist underbonnet ventilation.

The roof spoiler above the tailgate was manually adjustable in three positions—lowered, raised or fully raised via two included brackets—favouring either Cd or rear axle downforce. New five-bolt 7½Jx15-inch Speedline Montecarlo alloy wheels, with the same design of those used on the rally cars, wore 205/50 tyres.

Other outside changes were new windscreen wipers with integrated spoilers, a sports-type gas cap, and new yellow HF badges, decorated with the traditional red elephant used on Lancia HF cars of the past.

 

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Lancia Delta HF Integrale – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1992

Details

Size: Multi formats available
Print technology: HD 12-Color pigment ink
Paper: Fine Art Matte 190 gr

Lancia Delta HF Integrale – D. Auriol & B. 0ccelli

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

Lancia Delta HF Integrale – Rallye Monte-Carlo 1992

Details

Size: Multi formats available
Print technology: HD 12-Color pigment ink
Paper: Fine Art Matte 190 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
Size

30 x 40 cm (11,8“ x 15,7"), 40 x 50 cm (15,7" x 19,7"), 50 x 70 cm (19,7“ x 27,5"), 60 x 80 cm (23,6“ x 31,4")