Sebastien Ogier says his third consecutive World Rally Championship title still hasn't quite sunk in yet as he heads to his home event Tour de Corse and says he won't be slowing his hunt for victories.

The Volkswagen Motorsport driver has once again completely dominated WRC in 2015 with seven wins from the 10 events so far and clinched the WRC title with victory at Rally Australia last time out.

Ogier has been in peerless form this season having missed out on the podium just once all year in Argentina due to a mechanical fault with his Polo R WRC machine.

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The three-time champion says he will still prepare for the French rally as if the title is still up for grabs as he hunts a 32nd WRC event victory.

"I feel fantastic at the moment and am more than happy with life, as we have already achieved all our goals so early in the season," Ogier said. "I still have not fully grasped what we have achieved.

"However, our success does not mean that we can relax for the rest of the season. Sure, the pressure is now off, but my hunger for more victories has not been satisfied."

With Rally France returning to Corsica in 2015 Ogier is relishing the challenge of 'one of the most prestigious rallies'.

"The Rally France is a very special rally for me. I love Corsica and have had some great holidays there. In 2008, I lined up in the junior class, with the support of the French Motorsport Federation. Seven years later I am returning to Corsica with a World Rally Car.

"The rally on Corsica is one of the most prestigious rallies of all. The long special stages will be a very big challenge for both me and the tyres. The roads can be damned narrow, so the Recce will once again play a key role."