WRC » Loeb secures third win on trot in New Zealand


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@MrQwerty Sure, dreams are free:) I think it is a shame that Mini went this way after promising last tear with Sordo and Meeke. If there is no progress in the team support and Latvalla really goes to VW, Sordo will be willing to join Ford. VW - hmm, they seem quite serious about it, no less than AUDI have been in 1982 I hope, Ogier would go there if there is no reason for it for sure, he is quite ambitious and there is reason for it as he is one the of the best drivers out there. Hirvonen last years is "the second", he is fast but is not prone to take risks which I believe is essential to be a champ. May be he is hoping Loeb to retire soon, so Citroen will promote him #1. The Young drivers are looking promising, I'm especially impressed by Novikov's growth in every rally this year, looks like changing his naigator changed him completely, Ostberg is for sure one of the best at loose surfaces especially snow, I don't know about tarmac, Tanak is fast but has still lot to learn, he has b



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