Corsica. What was all the fuss about? They went out. They came home.
In the mid-'80s, Corsica's reputation was the rallying equivalent of the Nordschleife - it was a killer.
For three years in succession, death marred the World Rally Championship's trip to the French Island: Attilio Bettega in 1985, his Lancia team-mates Henri Toivonen and Sergio Cresto a year later, and a private Peugeot crew in 1987.