WRC » Loeb leads in Bulgaria, Raikkonen crashes


Record-breaking multiple WRC champion and tarmac expert Sebastien Loeb takes a clean sweep of stage wins on the opening day in Bulgaria to open up a 28.1 second cushion at the top.

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Twin Cam Sam - Unregistered

July 09, 2010 6:59 PM

Who the f*** is 'Peugeot 307 WRC man Frigyes Turan' ?

Whoever, he is fair play to him. Top result in a car that old, and outperforming our boy Matt who is in state of the art machinery....... :?

dellortodiagonale

July 09, 2010 8:52 PM

No offence meant, but maybe it's time to put Raikkonen back where he belongs: middle ranking both in F1 and rallies.
And he was never a nice guy, not even with the public.
Nevertheless he has still good chances at World Vodka Drinkers Champioship......

dellortodiagonale

July 09, 2010 9:27 PM
Last Edited 1537 days ago

@yournothinmorethanpieceofshit!

I haven't been rude, you have been (and Raikkonen has been too in the past).
OF COURSE he has a lot more talent than me, but it's not enough to make him a great champion, maybe not even a great driver.
Anyway, thanks for your attention. I think that if you were more mature and relaxed we could have some nice discussion.
Best regards.

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