A history of


The Tusk~Co-ordSport team produced the first Japanese driver to win a World Rally Championship event, with Kenjiro Shinozuka, co-driven by John Meadows of Britain, in a Group A Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 on the Rallye Cote d’Ivoire.

Meanwhile, Hideaki Miyoshi was the first Japanese driver to win a British National Rally – The Vauxhall Sport Rally, in a Tusk Advan / PIAA Gp.A Galant VR-4, co-driven by Andy Moss; then to prove it was no fluke he also won the Kerridge Severn Vally Stages Rally, with John Meadows alongside. The Co-ordSport Team went on to finish 2nd in the Mintex Series that year, just 2points behind Trevor Smith (Sierra Cosworth), but ahead of Steve Hill (Sierra Cos.).