• Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012
  • Gerard Quinn and Malcolm Wilson unveil the Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car at the Autosport Show in Birmingham
  • The Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012 was officially unveilled at the Autosport Show by Gerard Quinn and Malcolm Wilson
  • The Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012 was unveilled at the Autosport Show, by Gerard Quinn and Malcolm Wilson. Castrol's Donald Smith was also on hand
  • The Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car 2012 was unveilled at the Autosport Show in Birmingham. Ford's gerard Quinn was joined by Malcolm Wilson and Castrol's Donald Smith

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