WRC » Loeb retires in Wales

Sebastien Loeb forced out in Wales.

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kevin - Unregistered

November 13, 2011 12:11 PM

So Mrs hirvonen has passed her test then,but seriously if 345 incidents like that had happened during the rally Matt Wilson would be on the top step of the ,no not podium but the bogs at monument 2

TooBored - Unregistered

November 14, 2011 9:42 AM

Just saw the news, it was a black Skoda. Wales is probably one of the most unlikely place to be hit by a czech car. Just dumb luck or probably some OAP at the wheel.

MBG - Unregistered

November 14, 2011 1:02 PM

The marshalls stated at the service park that the road was one way, and loeb was going the wrong way up it, so regardless of nationality, car make etc there was a v basic mistake made by the rally driver.....


November 14, 2011 3:07 PM

WTF?! Spectator car on the road (race) course?! This is allowed in WRC?! How are any other vehicles, of any kind, besides the racing vehicles, allowed on the racing road/course/track, in any racing series, not to mention a world championship series like WRC?! If this is so, what a friggin joke (and, if it is not so, then how is Loeb not allowed to continue with a repaired/replacement car?).

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