WRC » Loeb ekes out advantage on unbeaten event


Sébastien Loeb is beginning to edge away on Rallye Deutschland following the opening day's hostilities - but the Citroën star knows that one minor slip-up, and team-mate Sébastien Ogier is waiting to pounce...

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BBB - Unregistered

August 19, 2011 7:57 PM

The Battle of the Sebs is okay but "titanesque"? Oh well, I know what you mean, Who Cares. Estonian Ott Tanak is a Markko Martin protege. He is a rising star. Markko won both tarmac rallys Corsica and Catalunya in 2004 in a Ford against Loeb in his requisite Citroen... Ahh, Markko... we miss you.
Matty? He's only two cars out of top 10.
Go Matty!

Fernandi - Unregistered

August 19, 2011 9:41 PM

Ford loves to lose! Considering how bad is its drivers. It should give up competing in WRC. Hirvonen is vey slow and Latvala commits a lot of mistakes! Citroen should compete alone!

Fernando - Unregistered

August 20, 2011 8:56 PM

I am a huge Fan of Ford. I have two ford focus and I am planning to buy a new Ford Fusion. But, I am tired to see Ford being spanked everyweek by Citroen. Therefore I would love to see Ford quitting WRC. Since, Gronholm they do not have a top driver. I miss Gronholm spirit.

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