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Even is heaven
In manufacturers series, two teams won five rallies and two teams won one each. It was no small wonder that in such a tight race Lancia won their title by just a two points advantage over Audi.
Audi podium supremacy
Audi took part in more rallies than anybody else and because of that they scored more podium finishes than anybody else. Without poor reliability their score would have been even higher. Between them, Audi and Lancia manned all but five of the seasons podiums.
Topping almost all lists
Mikkola topps winning, podium and points finish lists. Not so flattering to him or rather, Audi's reliability, he also is runner-up in DNF list. On top of that list is his Audi team mate Michele Mouton. Poor Audi.
But fastest man is
Stig Blomqvist. He was not allowed to finish ahead of Mikkola but he was clearly fastest man in the team, winning more stages and leading for more stages than anybody else. And with clear margin. Audi's extensive campaing is evident also from these statistics, german team taking comfortably home top place in both lists.
Exceptional Argentina
Argentina was back after a break and what a rally it was. Sporting stages that were over 100 kilometers long and with average speed reaching almost 190 kph, it was a monstrous event.