WRC » Loeb makes it six from six in Mexico

Citroen number one Sebastien Loeb wins in Mexico maintaining an unbeaten run that stretches right back to 2006.

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MKD - Unregistered

March 13, 2012 4:14 PM

Loeb himself admitted that he wasn't pushing to the maximum not a single day 'just keeping the car in the middle of the road'. If he really meant to be the fastest on the stages than he would probably had done that. He has no point at all proving anything because he knows his opponents can't ever match him in consistency.

If JML managed to stay close to him than we would see Loeb pure speed and almost certainly the outcome would be identical.

Kasser - Unregistered

March 14, 2012 11:50 PM

Latvala WAS quick, no doubt. He made up huge amounts of time on Hirvonen and Loeb and pulled away from Petter while the citroens were taking it easy and just bringing the cars home. Unclear who was fastest, but one thing I am certain. Jarri-Matti is the ONLY driver who has the pace to challenge Loeb this year. Can he challange for the title?? lets hope so if he can string some consistent and mistake free rallies together. Loeb is still the master, but Jarri-Matti has some talent too.

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