WRC » Loeb: Great to get back to winning ways

Sebastien Loeb: It's a great victory for the team after what happened in Portugal, when we scored zero points. It was important to react...

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May 01, 2012 9:00 AM

btw my original comment wasn't having a pop at Loeb, he deserves all his plaudits although I didn't think team orders were necessary, the spectacle was predictable enough already.

It just there is very little to look forward to, it's supposed to be a sport but another Loeb championship does the sport no favors...it's not his fault though.

stefanvv - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 10:43 AM

Yes I read about that multiple usage. What puzzles me is on one hand FIA is aiming to reduce the costs, so turbo reuse would be justified with risk for the team old turbo to show some defect later. Why Citroen is taking such risk if they want to win the championship? Isn't that because they know the benefits are much more than the possible flaws? Why other teams do not use the same approach - may be they are just complying with regulations?

runnah - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 1:03 PM

Hey it doesn't take a keen eye to notice that WRC is hurting. Having the same driver win 10 nearly in a row does not make for exciting seasons or more fans. To save the sport he must retire and move onto another sport.


May 01, 2012 9:35 PM

runnah. are you for real? because a driver is winning, is reason why he should retire? why dont the other drivers just try and drive faster, to beat him?
there will be a time when loeb decides to retire, or when he will be consistently beaten. after all, he cannot go on for ever. until then, just enjoy watching a driver who is at the top of the game.

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