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Sebastien Loeb was able to end another fine season in style at Wembley Stadium, with a third win in the end-of-year Race of Champions event.

Although the Frenchman saw his Nations Cup campaign end early when France lost to Scandinavia in the quarter-finals, he was able to beat countryman Yvan Muller, Sebastian Vettel and Andy Priaulx to make it through to the best-of-three final against retiring F1 ace David Coulthard – who defeated Gareth MacHale, Tanner Foust and Carl Edwards to make it through.

It then left the Frenchman and the Scot to do battle around the specially-constructed circuit inside the London stadium, with Loeb ultimately emerging on top...



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AndyG - Unregistered

December 16, 2008 12:51 PM

What a great event, spoiled by really painful TV coverage. the Sky presentation in the UK was horrid, really unnecessarily drawn out, commercials, after commercials. The Commentary team were good, and did the best job with what they had, but really, the whole thing was about 2 hours too long for the amount of real action. I ended up sky+ half way through and managed to watch the action (which was good), in a shadow of the time). PLease if any one reads this, fix this next year, it was boring to watch!



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