19 Nov 08
Continuing our series of features on Citroen’s success in the WRC we talk to the man who is - statistically at least - the greatest driver the sport has ever seen.
Sebastien Loeb has remained loyal to Citroen since the start of his WRC career in 1999 and has been the team's top scorer by a huge margin - securing 46 of the French firm's 52 victories. Five consecutive world titles have put him in a class of his own in the WRC and he has been dubbed the 'Michael Schumacher of Rallying'.
In previous features about the Citroen's success in the WRC we've looked at its philosophy of building cars and running a team, now we take a look at the man in the driving seat.
In our exclusive feature Loeb explains why he feels Citroen is doing so well in the WRC series and why his driving style and pace note system might give him the edge over the competition.
You’ll find the feature in the WRC Extra section. Alternatively follow the link below to it, or the other features in the series:
Part one: The cars
The sixth and final part of our wrc.com series will be posted next month and investigates Citroen’s unique testing programme.