He registered 120 bar of brake pressure here.
Following the crashes of championship leader Sebastien Ogier, Jari-Matti Latvala and Citroëns Kris Meeke, Thierry Neuville secured both his and Hyundai's first WRC win. Things didn't look very good after the massive roll in shakedown, but Neuville did like Petter Solberg did in Corsica back in 2003, taking the win.…
When you're driving on a racetrack, the fastest way around a corner is to slide the car as little as possible, maximizing every bit of grip in your tires but not exceeding it. This is not always the case in rally driving.
WRC Germany came down to two drivers, Thierry Neuville and Dani Sordo, battling out in the final stage of the rally, just 0.8 seconds apart. And then Neuville crashed out. Now that's how you lose in style.
Citroën's DS3 WRC car might be the fastest point-to-point automobile on the planet, but would you pick up a date in one?
Rally driving is truly an art. If you don't believe us you need look no further than this video of driver Thierry Neuville's amazing near crash and recovery taken at this weekend's WRC Sweden for proof.