How To Drive A Hairpin Like A Boss

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.


As WTCC themselves commented, "You can take Seb out of rallye, but you cannot take the rallye out of Loeb!"

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Jesse Shaffer

He scrubbed off too much speed. The late-brake was impressive, but he out-drove himself a bit. With a slightly wider attack angle, he'd have come out more bossy. The grip available on the racing line hurt his driving style a tad. Microchasms make winners in racing.