Welcome to Don’t Cut! This is my personal blog where I post my favorite stories from the world of rally racing! The era from the 1970s through 1990s has so many fascinating stories, of cars, teams, and events, and I want to share them with you! From rally fans to those with no knowledge of the sport, all are welcome!
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The year is 1982. A pitched battle is being waged across the world, with the future of rallyesport on the line. The conventional wisdom of the past is supported by Opel, and the 20-point lead their diminutive Ascona 400s have opened up in the race to the championship. German wheelman Walter Röhrl continues to prove … Continue reading Dismiss At Own Risk: The 1982 Motogard Rally of New Zealand
Hello all! Today I’m diverging briefly from Don’t Cut’s regular programming to share some news, and to celebrate a milestone event in my own life as a rally fan and student of the sport. It’s been an exciting time and I figured I’d share what’s been happening in a quick update post. First, the news. … Continue reading Of Research and Racing