Win a ride in the Audi 80 Group 4 with Harald Demuth

Audi officially entered the World Rally Championship in 1979. This car is one of altogether four group 4 works cars. It was registered on February 21st, 1979 with license plate IN-NS 23 for Audi AG and immediately entered for the Sachs-Winter-Rallye in Germany, counting for the German and European championship. Result was P4. The first event in the WRC was Rally Portugal in March 1979, where Harald Demuth/Arwed Fischer came in on 6th place overall. This result stands for the first WRC points in Audi history.

After an accident the car was sold and dissembled by the new owner. Due to lack of time the restoration stopped and was 2007 resold in parts to the current owner. After a ground-up restoration by Mohe Rallyesport from 2007 until 2009 it is now fully operational and is presented occasionally in European rallies.

Technical specifications  
Engine:   4-cylinder in-line engine with 8 valves
Capacity:   1,588 cc
Power output:   160 BHP (119 kW) at 7,600 rpm
Bore / stroke:   79.5 x 80.0 mm
Compression ratio:   11,2:1
Torque:   171 Nm at 6,100 rpm
Fuel management:   Mechanical Kugelfischer fuel injection pump
Oil supply:   Dry sump
Power transmission:   Front-wheel drive
Clutch:   Single-plate clutch Fichtel & Sachs
Gearbox:   All-synchromesh 4-speed gearbox
Differential:   Limited slip differential
Tires:   Pirelli
Rims:   Audi 5,5 J x 13 ET 38, 6 J x 14 to 8 J x 15
Weight:   900 kg (1,985 lb) empty
Dimensions:   Length 4390 mm, width 1760 mm, height 1370 mm
Wing arches:   Front GRP, rear aluminium


At the 2019 Eifel Rallye Festival from July 18th to 20st you have the chance to get a co-drive in this car. During the shakedown of the 2019 Eifel Rallye Festival, Harald Demuth will give you a ride in this Audi 80 Group 4.

The co-drive will take place during the shakedown of the Eifel Rallye Festival on Thursday, July 18th 2019, between 15.00 and 19.00 hrs. The location is the new, 5.4-kilometre 'Maubach-Arena' near Darscheid/Vulkaneifel which will be used for the first time ever on a rally event.

Half of the proceeds will go to the Lions Club Daun ( for his activities (Christmas package campaign) in the Daun region and half to the KinderHerz Foundation

When the auction is over, the organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival will inform the highest bidder about the procedure for their participation at the Shakedown.

During the ride, the co-driver is obliged to wear a helmet and fire-proof safety clothing. Both helmet and clothing will be supplied by the organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival. In order to be able to provide the correct equipment, the organisers will need to know the size and weight of the co-driver plus his helmet size. Additionally, the co-driver will have to complete and sign an Exclusion of Liability. If the co-driver is not yet of legal age, the Exclusion of Liability will have to be signed by his or her legal guardians.

Contestants should note that an essential prerequisite for participating as a co-driver is that they can be properly located in the co-driver's seat and fitted with the full harness seat belt so as to comply with the safety requirements of the event