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Audi takes double
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In previous two seasons Audi had managed to win either makes or drivers title but now they won both in style. Of their rivals Lancia was hopelessly outclassed with 037 Rally and managed only one win whereas Peugeot was superior but contested only half of the season. And for a change, quattros also were relatively reliable, allowing Blomqvist to score total of five wins during the season.

New cars
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From the big teams came two new important cars and incidentally both were introduced in the same event, Tour de Corse. Audi debuted the shortened quattro Sport but limelight was stolen by radical new Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 which dominated the event and could easily have won.

Blomqvist
1984 FIA World Rally Champion, Stig Blomqvist
Drivers scoring their
first win
  no new winners
first drivers' point
  K. Eriksson (Sweden)
  M. Jonsson (Sweden)
  L. Torph (Sweden)
  J. Ahlin (Sweden)
  G. Pettersson (Sweden)
  S. Andervang (Sweden)
  R. Gooding (Portugal)
  B. Criticos (Safari)
  F. Chatriot (Corsica)
  Y. Loubet (Corsica)
  A. Warmbold (Acropolis)
  M. Torras (Argentina)
  Y. Iwase (Argentina)
  M. Stillo (Argentina)
  C. Bassi (Argentina)
  H. Hernandez (Argentina)
  M. Perez (Argentina)
  W. d'Agostini (Argentina)
  K. Aho (Finland)
  J. Poysti (Finland)
  M. Ercolani (San Remo)
  F. Tabaton (San Remo)
  G. Kalnay (San Remo)
  M. Rayneri (San Remo)
  W. Grissmann (San Remo)
  P. Tauziac (Ivory Coast)
  D. Horsey (Ivory Coast)
  B. Fisher (Great Britain)
first stage win
  J. Kankkunen (Great Britain)
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