WRC » Loeb: Finnish win 'hasn't modified strategy'


The favourite to defend his record on Rallye Deutschland this weekend and make it nine German victories in swift succession, S├ębastien Loeb insists that he and Citro├źn are 'ready' for their rivals

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Dafydd Larcombe - Unregistered

August 16, 2011 1:19 PM

interesting Psycology here

Loeb is under pressure to keep his record of an amazing 9 straight wins in tact

He also knows that Ford have unlocked something that we have never seen since Markko Martin Beat Loeb in 2004 on Tarmac (Spain I think)

Maybe we will see a repeat of his Sweeden episode where he suprisingly makes an error and throws it off

loeb seems very Good at winning when least expected (Finland last rally)

Lets see if he can win again in Germany this time out. Hes his own back yard so if Ford win here it will make it even sweeter, but im not counting my chickens - lol

Taz - Unregistered

August 16, 2011 4:36 PM

@Dafydd

I really can't see anyone beating him, he drives tarmac stages like a racing driver, super smooth economical style, maybe not the best to watch but oh so quick.

His run in Finland was impressive.

Maybe Matty can challenge....... :) cough


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