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Rallye Deutschland: VIDEO: VW's WRC winning streak ends on home soil

Volkswagen's Rally Germany 'hoodoo' continues as Sebastien Ogier and Jari-Matti Latvala crash to end the firm's impressive winning streak
Volkswagen's Rally Germany 'hoodoo' continues as Sebastien Ogier and Jari-Matti Latvala crash out, leaving Hyundai to claim a famous 1-2... It is the first time since last year's 'Rallye Deutschland' that VW has not won a WRC round!



Tagged as: Latvala , VW , Ogier

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DafyddLarcombe

September 02, 2014 1:35 PM
Last Edited 231 days ago

Well, back when I was as a Rally driver I always wanted to win of course, but if one driver or one Team keeps on winning it just gets boring and Stale It was good for the Sport that VW and Ogier had a few problems in Germany, It was also Good that Hyundai were able to take a Maiden Win to show other Interested Manufacturers that it is possible to start with a Car that was a blank sheet of paper less than a year before the start of the season and do really well, even in the 1st year The Best Result would however of been a Maiden win for Meeke and Citroen in order to at least be able to Maintain their Unbroken Winning Record in Germany that dates all the way back to 2002 with Loeb and the Xzara. This would of been Good for the Team to Justify their continuation in the Sport.



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