Subaru Impreza WRC #04

One of the iconic cars in the history of the WRC, the Subaru Impresa, in this case we are talking about the s12. It is the last WRC sedan ever built.

A story that began in 1993 with the world championship and that has developed over the years arriving at this S12 version. This car raced in the World Rally Championship from 2006 to 2008 and then replaced by the S14 version.

This car still has the 4-cylinder turbo boxer engine which was the iconic user engine from this car.

This is the only WRC car that uses this engine famous for its noise and sound.

This car, specifically, was used in 2006 by Stéphane Sarrazin who made his debut with it at the Monte Carlo rally finishing in fifth position overall, in a rally that was very exciting.

At that time the Subaru was also used by Chris Atkinson who alternated as official driver to SARRAZIN in the swedish rally and in the Rally of greece.

For the 2006 Rally Japan Another great driver Toshiro Arai takes over

This car has a great history because it was also used nationally by Patrick Snijers, a Belgian legend who won numerous rallies in the following seasons.




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