Articles tagged Sébastien Ogier

Page 78 of September 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 78, September 2009

An indoor pursuit

The new I-Way simulator offers an affordable and realistic F1 driving experience – and allows you to take on five of your mates in a virtual race By Ed Foster Most of us don’t have a hope of racing a Formula 1 car. Through the modern world of virtual reality we can get closer to the action than ever before without going anywhere near a circuit, but race simulators – at least those within reach of...

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Monte Carlo Rally

Citroen's Sebastien Loeb racked up his 68th career victory and his sixth win on the Monte Carlo Rally, underlining his status as the most successful driver in the event's 80-year history. Having been absent from the WRC calendar for the past three years (offer joining the rival Intercontinental Rally Challenge) Monte Carlo made a triumphant return with a marathon five-day long itinerary. One of...

Page 135 of January 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 135, January 2014

Events of the month

Wales Rally GB Not so much an event of the month, this, as one of the finest of 2013. Its success, though, was founded on the clamour surrounding the stages rather than anything that happened within. A move to rallying's North and Mid-Welsh heartland generated a bumper crowd and a vibrant atmosphere, with numbers being such that spectators occasionally had to be turned away. World champion...

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Sébastien Ogier

There are quick routes to the top... and then there's the Méthode Ogier. Simon Arron chats to the World Rally Championship leader Namesake Loeb might have broken most World Rally Championship records, but there are some who believe Sébastien Ogier’s potential to be greater still. Comparisons are inevitable – given their shared forename, nationality and speed – but Ogier doesn’t mind. “There’s no...

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WRC Acropolis

Volkswagen added victory on the Acropolis Rally – the WRC’s roughest and toughest event – to its impressive roster of wins at the start of June, but this time it wasn’t runaway championship leader Sébastien Ogier on top. With Ogier out of contention after a connection to his Polo R WRC’s fuel pump worked loose on the opening stage, team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala triumphed 10 years after making his...

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WRC, Rallye de France

While Sébastien Ogier took a little more than four kilometres to become World Rally Champion for the first time, nine-time title winner Sébastien Loeb reckoned it would have taken 400 spectators to haul his stricken Citroën back onto the road, such were the French drivers’ contrasting fortunes on Rallye de France at the start of October. Ogier, Loeb’s arch-rival and former Citroën understudy,...



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