You don't become a nine-time world rally champion by letting other people do all the work for you. Even when, you know, you shatter your suspension. »
This is going to be hard to believe but Sébastien Loeb has made a mistake while driving. Yes, the nine-time WRC champion whose record is so clean that I could wipe my ass with it. He had a slight crash. »
Sébastien Loeb is usually known for ludicrous speed and rally domination, but he showed a rare moment of weakness in testing for the Rallye Monte Carlo. His Citroën DS3 WRC slid right off the road. »
France's Rallye du Var is the preview to the biggest rally in the world, the upcoming Monte Carlo Rally. And a husband and wife pair just won the du Var event. »
Sébastien Loeb, having won roughly seventy-three world rally championships, now races for Citroën in WTCC, currently at Macau. Here's how he took the world's tightest hairpin at the world's tightest street course. »
After nine years of total domination of Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena time has come for another Sebastien to take the title. Even though the Rallye de France just started, by failing to win the bonus points power stage, Belgian Thierry Neuville lost a chance to challenge Ogier in the remaining events, virtually… »
As we all know, Monseiur Loeb took his Peugeot up the mountain in just 8:13.878, averaging over 87 mph, beating Rhys Millen's record by 90 seconds. »
Sebastien Loeb absolutely obliterated the old record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a blistering run of 8:13.878 today in Colorado. He beat the previous record of 9:46.164 by over a minute and a half. »
Let's be clear about this: I like Sébastien Loeb. I like him because he's French. I like him because he started his career as a gymnast before switching to rallying, proof that a refined sense of balance is a driver's greatest asset. »
Sébastien Loeb's Pikes Peak Peugeot is insane. As proof, I present you with these metrics:
0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 1.8 seconds.
0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 4.8 seconds.
And 0 to 240 km/h (149 mph) in 7(!) seconds.
The Peugeot 208 T16 is powered by a mid mounted twin turbo 3.2L V6 making 875HP and weighs 1929 lbs (875 kg… »
WRC Rally Finland may have officially ended yesterday with an overall victory for Sebastien Loeb, but several WRC racers exited the rally a lot earlier and a lot less successfully than the French driver. As you can see from this video footage, there was no shortage of large crashes during Day 1 of Rally Finland. »
Two senior FIA officials have suggested that television cameras refrain from showing close-ups of four-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb until he cleans-up his "scruffy" look. "Of course these persons are an insult to real males," wrote WRC Commission President Morrie Chandler, kicking off a hilarious email… »
Sebastian Loeb piloted his Citroen C4 to his record fifth victory at the Monte Carlo Rallye on Sunday, and we think we know how he managed to shave some seconds off his total time. It takes a little team work, a little luck and a little willingness to take a few risks. In this case, Loeb had to bet that this French… »
Marcus Gr nholm never really had a chance. As the Citroen C4s piloted by Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Sordo swapped places several times through the first legs of the Monte Carlo Rally, the BP-Ford World Rally Team driver (and last year's Monte Carlo winner) languished between 36 seconds and just over 1:15 behind the… »