WRC » Loeb leads Rallye Monte Carlo


Sebastien Loeb completes SS2 with a 6.7 second lead over former team-mate Sebastien Ogier; Dani Sordo lies third, 32.9 seconds further back; Juho Hanninen, Thierry Neuville and Mikko Hirvonen round out the top six...

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Billy - Unregistered

January 16, 2013 11:00 AM

OK. So where the hell is the TV coverage. How do they expect the WRC's popularity to thrive when there is zero TV coverage in the UK. This is for sure the beginning of the end for the WRC.

Taz

January 16, 2013 11:15 AM

Mini Seb going well too, what happened to Latvala?

I thought with Red Bull on board they'd sort the coverage and get it onto free to air TV to get the most from their sponsorship.

MrQwerty

January 16, 2013 11:31 AM

Pleasantly surprised by Ogier. NEW WORLD ORDER! (Loeb aside that is).

I guess Loeb not competing full time won't really sink in for the others yet, it might take a few rallies before we know who the contenders are.

tom - Unregistered

January 16, 2013 12:41 PM

Billy, UK is not the world....It's not because you don't have coverage in your country that WRC is going to die. We have coverage in FRance, here in Italy, and other countries too I'm sure !

JoePike - Unregistered

January 16, 2013 5:11 PM

@pinky
you are not the first one to mention hat it is on Redbull TV
However I have been unable to see anything related to WRC on this redbull TV
Could you give us a link ?
TIA

rev it up - Unregistered

January 17, 2013 12:32 AM

Just seen the the Q&A on WRC and Wilson says it is possible ? Will someone tell m- sport to get a set of balls and say it as it is ! terrible day at the office and tomorrow we will go for broke and get one over on the garlic eating cousins for once and for our sausage eating friends well my grandad left you a present in Dresden.

Alan Sugar for team manager at m- sport

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