The FIA European Autocross Championship is run on circuits on natural terrain, with any type of unsealed surface, from 800 to 1,400 metres in length. Autocross races involve a maximum of 10 cars on track simultaneously and consist of a succession of qualifying heats leading to two semi-finals and a final. Established as an FIA European Cup in 1977, the competition was upgraded to an FIA European Championship in 1982.
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1985 Lancia Delta S4 Corsa
- Coachbuilder: Abarth
- Chassis n°: *ZLA038AR0*00000 207*
- Engine n°: 233ATR18S1068