Audi Quattro Rally Car Gets Tail Out - Breaks Electricity Pole in Half

The original five-cylinder turbocharged monster, the rally version of the Audi Quattro, is probably the best known rally car of the 1980s. With its rakish coupe styling, angular design, flared wheelarches and amazing exhaust note, it captured the minds of motor racing fans around the world, who flocked to see it compete against the Peugeot 205 T15 or Ford’s RS200.
Some of these historic all-wheel drive monsters, with up to 450 hp, are still being used today, and while their official racing class, called Group B, was deemed too dangerous and banned in the late 80s, those who love them still race them.

In the video below, a Quattro rally car slides its tail out very nicely, yet the driver doesn`t control the car sufficiently, and the back end hits a wooden pole, on the side of the road, breaking it in half, like a well-placed karate chop. If the pole would not have been there, it would have been an almost perfect spectacular slide...
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