Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

Sebastiens Loeb and Ogier were sworn enemies at Citroen. Now, with Loeb retiring and Ogier winning for VW, they appear at peace. David Evans read the signals in Sweden

Sebastien and Sebastien sat side-by-side. Peace, it appeared, had broken out between Loeb and Ogier.

By the end of their time at Citroen, the pair could barely look at each other. Ogier accused Loeb of crying to the management to get his own way; Loeb made the odd barbed comment, but largely smiled and got his own way.

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