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Rallying is not about attracting spectators, it is about winning.
If you have an eye pleasing style, brilliant! If you don't, you don't.
It is the same for F1 - you can go sliding the car about like Gilles Villeneuve and Lewis Hamilton, or you can drive smooth and precise like Prost and Alonso.
Technology killed off the fancy stuff because the cars grip better, turn better, accelerate smoothly, brake in shorter distances.
Going sideways is slower half the time in modern rallying, we aren't in group B any more where the power output meant you fishtailed out of every turn, and the brakes don't randomly chuck the back end out.