Jari-Matti Latvala, the team manager of Toyota's WRC team, has had time to get to know his new classic car in addition to getting to know his new classic car.
Latvala, 35, posted a picture of his beloved go-to game on his Instagram account on Tuesday.
One of the many historic rally cars owned by Latvala, the Toyota Celica GT-4, has now been given a brand new coloring.
- I can't help but share Toyota Celicani's new coloring with you, Latvala glowed and accompanied his message with admiring mothers.
The comment field of the release was full of comments from enthusiastic rally fans.
- Oh, those 80's rally cars, one user is in the mood.
- Back to good times, another enthusiastic.
For a long time, Latvala has been enthusiastic about collecting and refurbishing classic rally cars.
Last summer, he told Ilta-Sanomat that he had bought three new Toyota Celics for his collections.
Read more: Jari-Matti Latvala acquired three historic rally cars - including Marcus Grönholm's classic
Latvala's surprising wash as Tommi Mäkinen's successor to lead the Toyota rally stable was announced at the end of last year.
The Finn, who raced the World Rally Championship in Toyota in 2017–2019, will receive his baptism of fire in his new position next week in the traditional Fell Rally.
Read more: Jari-Matti Latvala will receive the baptism of fire in his new wash as early as next week: “We made the final decision on the matter”