Torino de la Misión Argentina defeated Fuego in the Renault Sport World Cup

This initiative was carried out by the Rombo in its social networks with the vote of the fans of the brand.

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During the last days the networks of Renault Sport Argentina (@RenaultSportARG) were very active through the initiative #MundialDeRenaultSport in which it was sought to consecrate the racing car most representative of the history of the Rhombus.

This allowed fans of the brand to vote among various vehicles that have represented the French house in all kinds of competitions, from the F1 and World rallyUntil the Road Tourism and Super TC2000.

Renault Fuego
Torino defeated Fuego in the Renault Sport World Championship

Thus, models such as the R19 of Super English Tourism (1984), the Clio williams of Argentine Rally (1996), the R25 de F.1 (2005), the R4 Sinpar Dakar (1979) and Fuence GT of the STC2000 (2020), to name a few.

The grand final faced the Torino 380 W of Argentine Mission at 84 Hours of Nürburgring (1969) with the Fuego de TC2000 (1988). After a very close duel the victory went to El Toro, who won with 51.2% of the 725 votes.

PodiumTo reach the decisive stage, the 380 W that shone on the legendary German circuit beat Clio Williams in the final. While the Fire passed to the last resort after defeating the RS40F1 of 1983.

It is worth remembering that the Torino was produced by the company Kaiser Argentina Industries between 1966 and 1975. In the mid-70s, the Argentine branch of the Renault Group acquired IKA and continued the model until 1981.

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