Hi everyone, sorry for the English language but I'm totally 0 with the Finnish! (I'm Italian)
The whole 3d has been very informative and has been a real pleasure to feel the passion that people all over the world still has for Henri and Sergio, even if in 2026 will be 40 years since that tragedy. I want to make my points to the whole discussion and the argument.
1 moments before the crash, referring to the only clip we have of the accident, you can see a big dust cloud. This is my first question: from what direction did the dust come from?
in the pic I attach the dust is on the left side of the image, it could be from the straight before the corner (but, was it the case, I think people should have found traces on the road, and the only "dust" you find from a previous straight point of view of the corner is only about some gravel on the right), or, and I think it's what happened, is the dust that the S4 did project in the air when the first tyres touched off the road section (but... had the car oversteered in the terrain, for sure it had to leave traces, and I don't think someone refers to something like this). So the dust maybe comes to the left from the right (the S4 trying to do the corner and trying to proceed in the direction of the internal side of the road), BUT
2 question number 2, if the dust did come from right to the left (with the car, that you can "see" in the video doing, obviously, from left to the right), how could the S4 appear to exit the road, I'm talking about the "falling" moment, from right to the left? The only reconstruction I could imagine is that the S4, for some reason, did arrive too fast or simply "long" into the corner, than it went (or Toivo tried to oversteer the car) oversteered (and you have the tire signs on the asphalt), than Toivo countersteered or tried to counterstered when the right side tyres went over the road section, but the car regained traction and directed itself to the right. If the starting oversteer did end in a 360 with the car finally going off the road I think that we still could have seen the front of the car going off as you can see in the video, but with a left to the right direction.
3 every possibilities is imho simply unmatchable with the lack of tyre signs on the asphalt. I mean, no desperate signs of breaking, and the car oversteer signs are not so strong. This is the real part of the mystery. At some point I've read that the S4 did touch the internal wall of the corner, but I think it's a misunderstanding on people referring to the "stone wall" that is immediately on the right, when the road fall into the green.
4 even with long distance recordings you can hear Group B's engine sounds but (and maybe these mountain roads and valley used to play as amplifiers, but in this case, even if the corner had a dramatic action, I cannot year some engine sounds. Was it switched off?
5 hope that one day the "other" video that seems to exists (or did exist?) shows us the real dynamic of the accident. Henri was, is, and forever will be an Hero and and inspiration, the Ayrton Senna of the Rally History and, pure speed speaking, the greatest talent ever in WRC and one of the greatest in the whole motorsport history.