The cow seemed largely nonplussed.
After winning a third-consecutive series championship in September, Sébastien Ogier closed out the FIA World Rally Championship season with a third-straight win at Wales Rally Great Britain and his eighth of the season by 26 seconds over second place. But his teammate didn’t have nearly as good of a day.
For the past twelve years, a Frenchman named Sébastien has been World Rally Drivers’ Champion in the World Rally Championship. Today, it was Volkswagen’s Sébastien Ogier who won Rally Australia to get his third drivers’ championship.
VW's top rally driver Sébastien Ogier is the reigning double world champion, so he's the first driver on the road at today's Rallye Monte Carlo. Here's the sneaky trick that lets him pull.
Following up on his winning performances in previous years, Volkswagen's Sebastien Ogier has prevailed in the Rallye Monte Carlo, the 2015 WRC season opener. It is a strong starting point to defend his crown as the WRC Driver's champion.
The Monte Carlo Rally is coming up. That means pre-season testing. And that means unbelievably spectacular driving.
All-wheel drive is all about maximizing traction with complicated differentials, not to mention modern electronic systems. So what happens when you power oversteer all four wheels?
In case you need extra proof that rally drivers have some of the biggest balls in motor racing, check out the highlights from the World Rally Championship's Rally Spain. Even the 0 car that sweeps the course before the drivers are released was having fun.
Here's Sebastien Ogier's record-breaking 41 meter jump at this year's Rally Sweden, stabilized into a single moving panorama. Here's how it was made.
I've seen all kinds of jumps from drunk, wannabe Duke Boys morons, but I've got to show respect for Sebastien Ogier jumping over 134 feet in competition during this year's Rally Sweden.
Congratulations to Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia on winning the 2013 World Rally Championship! Now, let's see their tool for the job, the Polo R WRC. It's quite a machine.
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…
Rally racers tend to move so fast that it's hard to capture them in all their glory. The solution is to slow the motion down. And it looks absolutely awesome.