|Born||17 July 1941|
|World Rally Championship record|
|Active years||1973–75, 1978–86, 2000|
|Teams||Alpine-Renault, Lancia, Audi, Mazda|
|First rally||1973 Rallye de Portugal|
|First win||1973 Rally of Poland|
|Last win||1973 Österreichische Alpenfahrt|
|Last rally||2000 Rally GB|
Achim Warmbold (born 17 July 1941) is a German former rally driver. He won the West German Rally Championship in 1971 and 1980, and scored two outright victories during the inaugural World Rally Championship season in 1973 at the Rally of Poland and Austrian Alpine Rally events.
Aside from his first WRC race, his co-driver throughout the 1973 and 1974 seasons was Jean Todt, who was to enjoy his greatest success as a World Championship-winning team manager in rallying, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Formula One.
Achim Warmbold was also team manager of Mazda Rallye Team Europe during the Gr. B RX-7 programme. Warmbold also participated some rallies with that car.
- Profile of Achim Warmbold and list of results, World Rally Archive
- Profile of Achim Warmbold and list of results, Rallybase.nl
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