Going back to Loeb's roots
As Sebastien Loeb left the WRC for the final time, DAVID EVANS took a road trip to the French legend's old stamping ground in Alsace and the places where his career began
Found it. This is the road. The one that made a nine-time world rally champion. This is Seb's road. We've all got one of these roads - that favourite stretch of asphalt where parents' cars were regularly taken out, usually under the cover of darkness, and driven harder and faster than they had been during the day. Sebastien Loeb's road is, as you would expect, a good one.
After watching the Frenchman win everything the World Rally Championship had to offer for a decade, we decided to drive down to his part of the world to try to find out a little bit more about where he came from and what made him great. And the road is a good place to start.
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