Knockhill's not the first place that comes to mind when you think of a global car giant developing a cutting-edge rally car.
But that's where Toyota Team Europe ended up in the mid-1980s; Fife found favour in an attempt to keep Cologne's secret safe. That secret was codenamed 222D. It was Toyota's first foray into four-wheel drive rallying - an MR2-based Group S car.
That's right, Group S. Not Group B.