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Arriva Tazio: We drive the MG Metro 6R4

In the crazy Group B era, the MG Metro 6R4 is definitely one of the oddest creatures. Not only do we drive it, we also let you read the whole story here. Just this once.

We are not going to do this again. Only this one time will we let you read the whole story on the MG Metro 6R4 as it will be published in Tazio Magazine, issue 1 coming out September 15th.

We do this, because we believe we want you to fully understand what Tazio is about. It’s about letting you dream about cars like these, some of the wildest creatures ever to be seen on a rally stage. And what we can’t do in the magazine, but what we will try to do as much as possible on, is adding sound and motion to our stories.

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Don’t expect Top Gear stuff, we are just fooling around with some GoPros. But we want to bring you as close to how we have lived this story as possible. It should almost feel like you were there, along with us.

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For this story, we have Jos Dejongh, Marc Duez and the RACB to thank for the use of the rally track in Bernister (Belgium)

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