Official review of the 1983 World Rally Championship, with coverage of all 12 rounds. Several former champions compete alongside defending champion Walter Röhrl including Hannu Mikkola, Stig Blomqvist, Markku Alen and Ari Vatanen.
Highlights from the 1986 World Rally Championship, a period when technological advances had brought racing cars to the edge of safety standards, which resulted in the death of driver Henri Toivonen.
Official review of the 1987 World Rally Championship, with coverage of all 12 rounds. Timo Salonen, Ari Vatanen and Ingvar Carlsson are among the drivers seeking to topple reigning champion Juha Kankkunen from his perch.
In 1989 Japanese teams took the rallying world by storm, sparking one of the most exciting series in rally history. In an attempt to counter the growing challenge from Japanese manufacturers, the Italian camp had pinned their hopes on Lancia's new 16-valve Integrale - but would it be enough to beat off the new competition?
All the action from 13 rounds of the 1990 FIA World Rally Championship, with featured teams including Toyota, Lancia, Mitsubishi and Subaru, with locations ranging from San Remo to Argentina.
All the highlights from the 1991 World Rally Championship, with footage from Monte Carlo and the RAC, and including races from top drivers Juha Kankkunen and Carlos Sainz.
Highlights from the 1992 World Rally Championship. For the second year in a row, the Driver's Championship was decided on the last event of the gruelling 14 round season. All season long the title centred on a titanic struggle between Carlos Sainz (Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD), Juha Kankkunen and Didier Auriol (both Lancia Delta HF Intergrale).
Highlights from the 1993 World Rally Championship. Includes coverage of the 13 round series, from the Alpine passes of the Monte Carlo Rally in January to the snowbound British RAC rally in November.
All the action from the 1994 World Championship, as the late Colin McRae does battle with Didier Auriol, Carlos Sainz, Juha Kankkunen and Tommi Makinen.
An opportunity to celebrate the late Colin McRae at his best, becoming the first Briton to win the World Rally Championship in 1995. Features every round of the rally, with trackside camera footage and in car film.
All the action from the 1996 World Rally Championship, as the late Colin McRae does battle with arch-rivals Carlos Sainz and Tommi Makinen. includes detailed coverage of every round, with trackside footage and in-car film.
The 1997 World Rally Championship saw Finn Tommi Makinen pipping Scotland's Colin McRae to the title by a single point - one of the closest championships in history. This programme features highlights from all 14 rounds.
In 1998, Finn Tommi Makinen won his third consecutive World Rally Championship, beating Spaniard Carlos Sainz by two points. This programme features highlights of all 13 rounds.
In 1999, Finn Tommi Makinen won his fourth and final World Rally Championship beating Brit Richard Burns to the title. This programme features highlights of all 14 rounds.
In 2000, Finn Marcus Gronholm won his first world championship, ending Tommi Makinen's run of four consecutive titles. British driver Richard Burns finished second overall as the championship came down to the last race in Cardiff. This programme features highlights from all 14 rounds of the championship.
The 2001 World Rally Championship saw two British rallying legends do battle for the title - the late Colin McRae and the late Richard Burns. This programme features highlights from all 14 rounds of the championship.
The 2002 season of the World Rally Championship saw Finn, Marcus Gronholm, dominating the field, winning his second title by a 40 point margin. This programme includes highlights of all 14 rounds.
Two-hour review of the 2006 contest for the FIA World Rally Championship, in which Sebastian Loeb defended his crown well, securing the title for Ford for the first time in 27 years.
All 16 rounds of the season fought out on tarmac, gravel, mud, snow and dust. Includes the titanic battle between rallying greats Sebastien Loeb and Marcus Gronholm for the championship, plus top performances from Mikko Hirvonen, Dani Sordo and others.
Official review of the 2009 World Rally. After a record-breaking five World Rally Championship titles in a row, it would have to be a brave man to bet against Citroen superstar Sebastien Loeb doing it again in 2009. But with just one round to go, Ford's Mikko Hirvonen held the narrowest of leads in the title chase after a run of mid-season successes.