WRC » Ogier: Opposition not sleeping


2013 World Rally Champion Sebastien Ogier emerges victorious again in Portugal giving Volkswagen its eighth win in a row.

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DafyddLarcombe

April 07, 2014 10:15 AM

The worrying thing here is although Mikko kept Ogier honest he had to push so hard that his tyres were shot, it would seem that Ogier drove at a more comfortable pace and was able to maintain that pace to the end

Mikko deserves huge credit for his performance and persuit of Ogier, the best I have seen him drive for a few seasons, I hope this is a sign of things to come for Mikko, as I have said previously, he still has his old speed in there somewhere and he certainly showed us a glimpse of that on the weekend

I am glad I decided I would hop across to Finland later in the season, I think there will be a huge fight there with maybe half a dozen drivers all fighting for the win there, could prove to be the most exciting Finland in years. Well done to Mikko and M-Sport for pushing Ogier hard

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