Sébastien Ogier isn’t just a ludicrously fast man. He’s also a good dude to our four-legged friends. Five-time World Rally Championship winner Ogier nearly lost his chance to beat the WRC’s other fast Seb, nine-time WRC champ Sébastien Loeb, at Rally México. Ogier had to risk his own finish to avoid hitting a dog on…
Usually motorsport tests are boring enough to make your face bleed from every orifice. A car goes out, it does some boring laps, a car comes back in. Then an engineer sits with a laptop for several hours. But in rally? Hell nah. Jumps, my friend. Jumps.
Normally, Dominant Rally Man Stays With Winning Team wouldn’t be much of a story, but when that team is the only non-manufacturer squad in the World Rally Championship, it’s an off-season miracle. Lovable rally underdogs M-Sport announced today that five-time WRC champ Sébastien Ogier and his codriver Julien Ingrassia…
The unbeatable guy named Sébastien has been a dominant force in present-day rallying, with a Seb winning every World Rally Championship drivers’ title since 2004. That could end soon, as newly crowned five-time WRC champion Sébastien Ogier told the WRC he may consider retiring after this season.
World Rally Championship team M-Sport’s future may look bleak with the Tänak and Ogier Show likely to end, but they took home four major wins this weekend anyway: the WRC manufacturers’ championship a fifth drivers’ championship for Sébastien Ogier, another codrivers’ championship for Julien Ingrassia, and Elfyn…
With Ford pulling out of World Rallycross, that leaves one big question up in the air: are they going to put that money somewhere else? To me, there’s only one answer: Ford needs to make M-Sport its World Rally Championship works team before they lose the WRC’s second most successful driver ever: Sébstien Ogier.
It’s the ultimate Volkswagen teammate grudge match: mano a mano, car versus car. Ex-teammates Sébastien Ogier and Jari-Matti Latvala battled it out side by side on the first super special stage of Rally Portugal.
Sébastien Ogier, who is made of winning instead of flesh and bone like the rest of us, won the first round of the 2017 World Rally Championship at Rallye Monte-Carlo this weekend in the Ford Fiesta WRC. I doubt that will be the last time this happens.
Is the offseason over yet? We need to see Sébastien Ogier’s new Ford Fiesta World Rally Championship car filthy and covered in dirt.
Sébastien Ogier, winner of the past four World Rally Championship drivers’ titles in an unbeatable Volkswagen, will now drive the most beastly Ford Fiesta of them all for M-Sport, the team announced today. Rally’s version of Chuck Norris will be teamed with duck fan and 2016 WRC Driver of the Year Ott Tänak.
It sounded like Volkswagen’s ultra-dominant World Rally Championship team would be able to end their final season in the sport on a high note because, well, they usually win. While most of their wins are thanks to rally whiz Sébastien Ogier, today at Rally Australia, it was Andreas Mikkelsen’s turn.
Sébastien Ogier unsurprisingly won his fourth-consecutive FIA World Rally Championship title in Spain, winning the race in the process and bringing his victory total up to five this season. He won the title with two rallies remaining, which isn’t surprising—guys named Sébastien are really good at this rallying thing.
Northern Irish Citroën Racing World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke just crushed Rally Finland with the fastest ever win there. So, imagine his annoyance when Volkswagen team principal/whiner-in-chief Jost Capito says that Meeke can’t be happy with that win. Dude, what?
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.
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.
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.
The Monte Carlo Rally is coming up. That means pre-season testing. And that means unbelievably spectacular driving.