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Sebastien Loeb

Career

Current co-driver: Daniel Elena.

Achievements:

2011 World Rally Championship with Citroen Sport - using the DS3 WRC.

2010 World Rally Champion with Citroen Sport - using the C4 WRC. Scored 276 points. Results: 2nd in Sweden, 1st in Mexico, 1st in Jordan, 1st in Turkey, 3rd in New Zealand, 2nd in Portugal, 1st in Bulgaria, 3rd in Finland, 1st in Germany, 5th in Japan, 1st in France, 1st in Spain, 1st in Wales.

2009 World Rally Champion with Citroen Sport - using the C4 WRC. Scored 93 points. Results: 1st in Ireland, 1st in Norway, 1st in Cyprus, 1st in Portugal, 1st in Argentina, 4th in Sardinia, retired in Greece (accident), 7th in Poland (re-started under SupeRally), 2nd in Finland, 2nd in Australia, 1st in Spain, 1st in Britain.

2008 World Rally Champion with Citroen Sport - using the C4 WRC. Scored 122 points Results: 1st on the Monte, retired in Sweden (off), 1st in Mexico, 1st in Argentina, 10th in Jordan (under SupeRally - after road section accident), 1st in Sardinia, 1st in Greece, 3rd in Turkey, 1st in Finland, 1st in Germany, 1st in NZ, 1st in Spain, 1st in France, 3rd in Japan, 1st in Wales.

2007 World Rally Champion with Citroen Sport - using new Citroen C4 WRC car. Scored 116 points. Results: 1st on Monte, 2nd in Sweden, 14th in Norway, 1st in Mexico, 1st in Portugal, 1st in Argentina, retired in Sardinia (went off road while leading), 2nd in Greece, 3rd in Finland, 1st in Germany, 2nd in NZ, 1st in Spain, 1st in France, retired in Japan, 1st in Ireland, 3rd in GB.

2006 World Rally Champion with Kronos (Citroen Xsara WRC). Results: 2nd on Monte, 2nd in Sweden, won in Mexico, won in Spain, won in France, won in Argentina, won in Sardinia, 2nd in Greece, won in Germany, 2nd in Finland, won in Japan, won in Cyprus.
Missed the events in Turkey, Australia, NZ and GB - following mountain bike accident. Broke arm.
Le Mans 24 Hours - second overall in a Pescarlo-Judd, sharing it with Franck Montagny and Eric Helary.

2005 World Rally Champion with Citroen (Xsara WRC). Scored 127 points. Results: Won the Monte Carlo Rally, retired in Sweden (engine failure), fourth in Mexico, won in NZ, won in Italy, won in Cyprus, won in Turkey, won in Greece, won in Argentina, second in Finland, won in Germany, third in GB, second in Japan, won in France, won in Spain, retired in Australia (accident).
Le Mans 24 Hours - debut in a Pescarolo-Judd, alongside Eric Helary and Soheil Ayari. Did not finish.

2004 World Rally Champion with Citroen (Xsara WRC). Scored 118 points. Results - won the Monte Carlo Rally, won in Sweden, retired in Mexico, fourth in NZ, won in Cyprus, second in Greece, won in Turkey, second in Argentina, fourth in Finland, won in Germany, second in Japan, second in GB, second in Italy, won in France, retired in Spain, won in Australia [record sixth win in a season, joint holder with Didier Auriol].

2003 World Rally Championship with Citroen (Xsara WRC) - second overall. Scored 71 points. Results - won the Monte Carlo Rally, seventh in Sweden, retired in Turkey, fifth in NZ, retired in Argentina, retired in Greece, third in Cyprus, won in Germany, fifth in Finland, second in Australia, won in Italy, 13th in France, second in Spain and second in GB.

2002 World Rally Championship - selected events with Citroen (Xsara WRC). Tenth in Drivers' series, with 18 points. Results - won the German Rally, second on the Monte Carlo Rally [only lost victory due to a technicality] and fifth on the Safari.

2001 Super 1600 World Rally Champion - won 5 of the 6 events in a Citroen Saxo.
French Rally Champion (Citroen Xsara Kit-Car)
World Rally Championship - selected events. Joint 14th in the Drivers' series with 6 points. Second on the Sanremo Rally (Citroen Xsara WRC).

2000 French Gravel Champion 2-litre 2-wheel drive.
French Rally Championship with a Renault Maxi Megane and Xsara kit-Car.
World Rally Championship in a Toyota Corolla WRC. Results - ninth on the Tour de Corse and tenth on the Sanremo Rally.

1999 Citroen Saxo Kit Car Cup - won series.
World Rally Championship - three rounds in a Saxo kit car.

1998 Citroen Saxo Kit Car Cup - took two wins.

1997 Eighth in the Volant Peugeot 106 category - three wins in the 1300cc class.

1996 Finalist in France's Volant Rally Jeunes regional selection.

1995 Finalist in France's Volant Rally Jeunes regional selection.

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