05 Jan 09
Wales Rally GB 2008 was a special rally for Sebastien Loeb. Not only was the last stage battle with Jari-Matti Latvala one of the most nerve-wracking of the year, but Loeb's performance that weekend was a record breaker on three counts:
Firstly, win 47 smashed his own record for career WRC victories. Secondly, his 11th win of the year set a new record for the number achieved in one season. Third, after seven years of trying, Loeb finally added a Rally GB trophy to his cabinet - the only classic rally which to that point he had failed to win.
Clinging to him for every kilometre of that rally were his Sabelt driving gloves - and it's these very gloves that Sebastien generously donated as a prize to give away on wrc.com.
While we can't guarantee they'll make the winner a better driver, we can assure you that these are the very items that turned Seb's wheel and changed his gears in Wales. He also used them to punch the air when he won. These gloves have genuine rally winning pedigree. And as an added bonus he's signed them.
Want to see the magic gloves in action? Click here to watch them on the final stage.
To be in with a chance of winning them, simply answer the following question:
In which year did Sebastien Loeb FIRST attempt Rally GB?
Email your answer, along with your contact details including full postal address and daytime telephone number, to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please write 'Loeb' in the 'subject' field.
The deadline for entries is 1200hrs on Friday 23 January. One winner will be chosen at random from the correct entries and will be notified by email on the same day.