IMO the Juha quote still stands. Group B cars were way more mentally and physically demanding and had to be driven triple the miles per rally. I think his reference to the Yaris comes from the Dirtfish podcast, where apart from saying Rally1 cars are for the men, he also said this:
Besides talent and will, I'm not too surprised Mouton was good in the most exhausting rally period. In a time when we had a chubby wrc champion smoking god knows how many packs per day, Mouton always seemed fit and even quite ripped in some footage.It was something similar to the Peugeot, but Yaris was 10 times easier and better to drive. Suspension is good. Power is nothing special – the Peugeot was more powerful probably on the straight-line because it was so light and so powerful. But cornering? Jumping? Forget it!
Undisputed."Up in the ass of Timo" with accompanying hand movement is the most iconic moment in rallying history for me 🤣