Loeb's latest plan for world domination
Sebastien Loeb has been the best rally driver in the world for the last decade. Now he's trying to do the same in GT racing, and things are going well so far. Gary Watkins analyses how far the Frenchman can go
Forget about every race Sebastien Loeb had done before climbing aboard a McLaren MP4-12C GT3 for the first time. That was ground zero in a new chapter of the nine-time World Rally champion's career. Only now is the rally legend turning into an aspiring racing driver in what is his wind-down year with Citroen in the WRC.
Every race the Frenchman did before last year's French GT Championship finale at Paul Ricard, which he contested at the wheel of a Von Ryan Racing McLaren running in the colours of his own Sebastien Loeb Racing team, was about having fun.
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