WRC » Ogier crashes out of Rallye Monte Carlo

Game over for Sebastien Ogier as he bins his VW Motorsport-run Skoda Fabia S2000 in SS10...

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Joe Bloggs - Unregistered

January 19, 2012 6:48 PM

Unfortunately he proved a different point than he was trying to, same as J-ML yesterday,
They need all the points they can get, in the bag early in the year otherwise it's title no Monsieur Loeb. 12 rallies left, it really is a short season to reclaim any loss this early

Jasemat - Unregistered

January 19, 2012 9:57 PM

Think it was only a matter of time. Don't get me wrong thats not a criticism because thats some pretty good skills to be running as high as 4th.

Pretty sure thats the highest of ever seen an S2000 car placed.

Think he proved a his point and anyhow its not as if he's gonna win the main prize at the end of the year not driving a WRC car

Dafydd Larcombe - Unregistered

January 20, 2012 11:34 AM

Well both the fastest drivers in the WRC have now crashed out, its not ideal but it is better to push and risk crashing than tip toe and finish with a lot less points

In saying that maybe Jari Matti probably could of settled for 2nd on this event and got it confortably, but you have to understand from a drivers point, to be able to win the Monte Carlo and to deny Loeb the win is one hell of a boost in confidence, I dont blame Jari Matti for trying and crashing

Ogier amazed everyone with what a Top WRC driver can do in one of these machines, I think he suprised a lot of people and showed just how Good he really is, I dont think he will be too dissapointed about his accident, VW seem very excited about his performance anyway

stefanvv - Unregistered

January 21, 2012 10:43 PM

Wow, what a performance with S2000 car. He's really is doing impression. What this would be when Skoda is replaced with VW next year. He's just still learning:)

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