2004 Fiat Punto S1600 Rally
- Punto S1600 Rally
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- Hewland 6 Speed Sequential
- In-line 4, 16V
Manufacturing Year: 2004
Chassis n. #64
Engine: 4 cylinder in-line 16 V, 1598 cc
Max Power 210-215 HP at 9.000 rpm
Drive Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Gearbox Sequential Hewland 6 speed
Ex Paolo Andreucci
Winner of the Italian Rally Championship
Winner of the Italian S1600 Championship
18.03.2004 Rally del Ciocco e Valle del Serchio – Andreucci/Andreussi – 1st place
01.04.2004 Rally 1000 Miglia 2004 – Andreucci/Andreussi – 3rd place
28.05.2004 Rally di San Marino - Andreucci/Andreussi – Rit.
18.06.2004 Rally del Salento - Andreucci/Andreussi – 2nd place
18.11.2004 Targa Florio Rally – Basso/Dotta – 2nd place
29.04.2005 Supermag Italy Sardinia 2005 – Cecchettini/Daddoveri – Rit.
10.06.2005 Rajd polski 2005 – Basso/Dotta – Classifica 15° posto assoluto – 4th place in S 1600
04.08.2005 Neste Rally Finland 2005 – Scorcioni/Stefanelli – Rit.
26.08.2005 OMV ADAC Rally Deutschland – Baldacci/ Bernacchini – 22th place
09.09.2005 Fiat Rally 2005 - Baldacci/ Bernacchini – 3rd place
21.10.2005 Tour de Corse – Rallye de France 2005 - Baldacci/ Bernacchini – 14th place
28.10.2005 Rally RACC Catalunya – Costa Daurada 2005 - Baldacci/ Bernacchini – 17th place
The Fiat Punto S1600 is a rally car built by Fiat Sport, to participate in the Italian Rally Championship, in which it raced from 2000 to 2005, and in the Junior World Rally Championship. The Fiat Punto S1600 was built in 1999, initially for wealthy private customers. The base was the Fiat Punto HGT, from which derives the 1800 cc engine, reduced to 1600, managing to develop 215 hp at 8250 rpm with a six-speed sequential gearbox.
Following the great success achieved and in parallel with the creation of the Junior World Rally Championship, which included the participation of drivers under the age of 28, it was homologated in Group A S1600 with the number A 5609 02/01 VK in the Kit Cars category, and with the number A 5609 09/01 KS in the S1600 category.
At the debut in Spain, the car, driven by Massimo Macaluso, was forced to retire due to a mechanical problem. Luca Pedersoli managed to win the Sanremo rally in the same year. In the following season Andrea Dallavilla, after a series of podiums and a victory, came second in the drivers' general classification only behind Sebastian Loeb.
In 2003 Paolo Andreucci, together with co-driver Anna Andreussi, won the Italian Rally Championship and in 2004, the Italian Super 1600 Championship.
The car is in conditions of absolute excellence.
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