WRC » Ogier grabs early lead in Germany


2013 WRC Champion Sebastien Ogier completes the first loop in Germany 1.8 seconds up on VW team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala; Kris Meeke holds third for Citroen, albeit 22.1 seconds back; Dani Sordo is fourth in his Hyundai – 4.6s off Meeke; Andreas Mikkelsen completes the top five...

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richard

August 22, 2014 3:26 PM

taz. i have constantly been the target of abuse due to my comments that kubica would not be back in f1 due to his limited arm movement. this handiap does not allow his arm to react quickly enough to correct the car when it gets into trouble. his continual accidents are just reinforcing my views. he has even begun blaming his pace notes, the same notes that other m sport drivers are using. it is only a matter of time before he sadly will hurt himself again. he should really now accept the inevitable, and find another sport to take his interest

Strider

August 22, 2014 2:52 PM

@Taz

Have to admit I've been slightly disappointed with Kubica this year. Ok this is his first season in WRC, but the way in which he dominated last years WRC2 series with consistency and pace made me feel he would at least be in contention for podiums this year. Sadly not, even Bouffier has more points than Robert and he has only competed in two rallies. Hoping to see him bring it home in an error free and strong position before the season is out.

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