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Not onluy he was born and grown at Citroen like MKD said but he also helped the marque to grow in WRC.
What many seem to forget is that Citroen wasn't an all conquering force in the early 00's, they were debutantes with obviously some of the knowledge of their PSA group cousins. So they made that journey to success together.
As for proving something, Seb had Sainz and Mc Rae as team mates and his success in Finland and Sweden, let alone Germany shows his greatness.
Saying that he needs to go somewhere else to prove his worth has no serious ground except to try and belittle one of the most impressive achievements not only in motorsports but in sports in general.
Now I don't say it wouldn't be interesting but it didn't turn that way, I guess it would have taken the withdrawal of Citroen at some point to winess that. Having said that, he still managed to win with the Kronos team, didn't he ?