Sébastien Loeb y Cristina Gutiérrez forman la dupla de pilotos del equipo de Lewis Hamilton en la primera temporada de Extreme E. El nueve veces campeón del WRC y … Aunque su incuestionable talento al volante se lleva la gran parte del mérito, su atención por el detalle y la capacidad de memorizar incluso los detalles más insignificantes de los circuitos en los que compite resulta determinante para hacerse con la victoria. Sébastien Loeb Racing, Soultz-sous-Forêts, France. With his subsequent victory in Japan, the world record of 27 victories and counting eventually became his. He then followed this success with his third and fourth season victories on the Portuguese and Argentinian rallies. He also secured the maximum points by recording the fastest time for the power stage. At the 60th Rally Finland, Loeb beat Citroën privateer Petter Solberg to the final podium position, behind Ford's Jari-Matti Latvala and Ogier. Loeb placed third behind the closest-ever finish in the history of the World Rally Championship. Lideró al comienzo de la carrera, triunfando en tres etapas, pero en la etapa 8 golpeó una piedra y debió abandonar. Marca.com, ed. Loeb occupied his recess by, amongst other engagements, competing in the Shell Donegal International Rally on 15, 16 and 17 June, partially as preparation for the coming Rally Ireland World Championship round that November. [10]​ En 2013 participó en la carrera Pikes Peak, en Estados Unidos,[11]​ donde impuso un nuevo tiempo de recorrido y en la competencia de moto Scorpions Masters du Castellet, en Francia, donde obtuvo el décimo tercer lugar. 1997  T. Mäkinen Loeb was asked by his team not to chase Solberg at all costs so that he didn't jeopardise Citroën's lead in the constructors' championship. EFE (14 de noviembre de 2010). [73][74] With four podiums and six top fives, he finished fifth in the Supercar class drivers standings. [38] The Rally Argentina was dominated by the Citroëns and Loeb drove to his 70th WRC victory. Anthony Peacock (16 de marzo de 2013). 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[28] At the Rallye Deutschland, Loeb held a close lead ahead of Ogier after the first day and Citroën decided to freeze the situation. 1986  J. Kankkunen Hasta el momento, ha disputado cinco de los ocho rallys disputados. Bienvenue sur ma page officielle Mon site : www.SebastienLoeb.com En 2004 alcanzó el Campeonato Mundial de Rally con seis victorias. This outcome was mirrored on the following month's Swedish Rally, with Grönholm again the man to whom Loeb was forced to give best, placing the duo in an early runaway 1–2 position in the points standings. † Driver did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance. After winning in Mexico and Argentina, Loeb had a crash with Conrad Rautenbach on a road section in Jordan, from which he could only recover to take tenth place in the rally. Inicia sesión con facebook. EFE (23 de septiembre de 2010). Durante el descanso del verano, Loeb participó en las 24 Horas de Le Mans, donde alcanzó el segundo lugar en un equipo formado con Franck Montagny y Éric Hélary. PeriodismoDelMotor.com (20 de julio de 2010). Tras varios éxitos en rally regionales, pasó rápidamente a pruebas nacionales y se adjudicó cuatro carreras en las que participó en la categoría de 1300 cm³. The only event he didn't win this year was Rallye Sanremo: for this event, he was elected as a driver for the WRC championship, driving a Citroën Xsara WRC alongside Philippe Bugalski and Jesús Puras. 2011  S. Loeb [8]​ En 2012 participó por primera vez en los X Games en Los Ángeles dentro de la prueba de rallycross y obtuvo la medalla de oro,[9]​ así como en el Gran Premio de Pau, en Francia, donde obtuvo el primer lugar. He eventually finished 14th in the rally and dropped to third in the championship standings. Join Facebook to connect with Sébastien Loeb and others you may know. Loeb has also taken part in an official GP2 Series testing session after the 2009 season, where he drove for the David Price Racing team, finishing last of 25 drivers. At the Rally Catalunya, Loeb took his fifth win of the season and broke Markku Alén's record (801) for most stage wins in the world championship. At the scene of his first victory and on a rally where he had never subsequently lost, Loeb was left unexpectedly to fend off the challenge not of the Finn, but of a privateer, his one-time teammate and championship returnee François Duval. Participó en el Rally Dakar de 2016 con un Peugeot 2008 DKR oficial, clasificando en la novena posición y ganando cuatro etapas. 227K likes. Al año siguiente logró su primer podio en un mundial finalizando segundo en San Remo, pilotando un Citroën Xsara WRC. He won the 75ème Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo, the first race for the new C4, following that with a solid second place after Grönholm, in Sweden, to set a two-point lead over the Finn after two of 16 rounds. Loeb finished 11th in Spain and 16th in Monaco.[71]. As the Rallye de France–Alsace had replaced the Tour de Corse as the French round of the WRC, Loeb ended up clinching the title on a final stage that was held in his home town of Haguenau, Alsace. Sebastien Loeb Racing is a French auto racing team founded by racing driver Sebastien Loeb and businessman Dominique Heintz eight years ago. Loeb participated in the 2013 FIA GT Series season, driving for Sébastien Loeb Racing which entered two McLaren MP4-12C cars. Rallye Deutschland, as was traditional, differed somewhat. In the following Rally Bulgaria, a new event in the series and the season's first tarmac rally, Loeb won while Citroën scored the WRC's first 1–2–3–4 in seventeen years.[18]. [4]​ En su juventud, antes de dedicarse al automovilismo, fue campeón regional de gimnasia en Alsacia. He finished sixth and gained three extra points by again winning the power stage. In the individual event, he made it to the final for the seventh time but lost to surprise winner Filipe Albuquerque. Como consuelo, junto a Jean Alesi derrotó a la dupla finanldesa Kovalainen-Grönholm en la Copa de las Naciones. He eventually triumphed and reduced some of his championship points deficit. 2008  S. Loeb He first tested for Renault F1 at Paul Ricard in December 2007, in a switch that saw Heikki Kovalainen test Loeb's WRC car. This started a string of five victories for Loeb. Following stories that fellow Frenchman Sébastien Bourdais was under threat at Toro Rosso,[65] Loeb told French newspaper L'Équipe that he was interested in replacing Bourdais at the Red Bull-backed team. At the end of the year, he earned the title "Champion of Champions" by beating Marcus Grönholm in the final of the Race of Champions. [61], Loeb has had a number of Formula One tests. [37] Pincha aquí para salvar tus favoritos y comentar las noticias. 2019  O. 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Mäkinen Inicia sesión con google. 1983  H. Mikkola Sébastien Loeb Citroën Racing; 145 videos; 15,340 views; Last updated on Sep 21, 2017; ... A never ending day for Sébastien Loeb in Rallye de France - Citroën WRC 2013 by Citroën Racing. Marca.com, ed. Finalizó el campeonato en cuarta posición. The Extraordinary Journey. [39] At the Acropolis Rally in Greece, he cruised to an easy win after Ford's Jari-Matti Latvala and Petter Solberg ran into several problems and dropped out of contention. For 2007, Loeb returned as an official Citroën driver, with the new Citroën C4 WRC. Red Bull, which became a major sponsor of the Citroën factory team during the 2008 season, rewarded Loeb for winning the WRC with a Formula One test in Red Bull Racing's 2008-spec Red Bull RB4. The most successful driver in WRC history, with nine consecutive championships to his name, will drive for Lewis Hamilton’s Extreme E team next season. También ganó la siguiente prueba, el Rally de España. Sin embargo, logró su primer triunfo en el Rally de Alemania. 1982  W. Röhrl En el Rally de Córcega, se convirtió en el primer piloto de la historia del WRC en lograr todos los mejores tiempos de las especiales de un rally. The 2011 season brought a new generation of World Rally Cars. Rallylegend - Colin McRae Tribute. [18]​[20]​ En más de una década como gimnasta activo, Loeb fue campeón de Alsacia en cuatro ocasiones, campeón del "Gran Este" en una[18]​[19]​ y décimo lugar en los campeonatos infantiles de Francia.[21]​. En diciembre venció a David Coulthard y ganó por tercera vez la Carrera de Campeones, esta vez en el Estadio de Wembley, en Londres. [30] In his home event, the Rallye de France, Loeb took the lead from the start but soon fell victim to a rare engine failure in his DS3 WRC and had to retire. Going into the penultimate round of the season, the 2008 Rally Japan, Loeb led Hirvonen by 14 points and needed a third place to secure the world drivers' title. En 1999 logró el Trofeo Citroën Saxo Kit Car y en 2000 logró el Campeonato de Francia de Rally Tierra. He won all twelve stages in the 2005 Tour de Corse in France, which marked the first time a driver had won every stage of a WRC rally. 1989  M. Biasion, 1990  C. Sainz 1985  T. Salonen Loeb took the rally lead from Latvala on the third stage, but lost it to Hirvonen by 0.4 seconds on stage six. On the next stage, he made another mistake and lost nine minutes. During the first day of the rally, both Sébastiens crashed out. … [46], Loeb competed in four rallies of the 2013 season: Monte Carlo, Sweden, Argentina and France. He then won his first Rally Norway ever, after a fierce battle with Mikko Hirvonen, lasting throughout the very final stage. Es en la prueba siguiente, el Rally de Japón, donde Loeb logra su segundo título mundial consecutivo. [12] At the Acropolis Rally, Loeb crashed out from third place. FranceSoir.fr, ed. Having already won the season-opening Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo, he also became the first to win seven in a season, beating his (and Didier Auriol's) own record of six wins in a season. 2004  S. Loeb Con la victoria, Loeb alcanzó su sexto triunfo en la prueba monegasca. 2015  S. Ogier Arthur, the 4D … Ambitions of finally scoring victory on Rally Finland proved once more unrealised, with Loeb relegated to third place behind the pacy natives Grönholm and Hirvonen. In the high-speed Rally Finland, he beat Jari-Matti Latvala to become the first non-Nordic driver to win twice in the event's 60-year history. 2017  S. Ogier He first competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race in 2005, where he drove for the Pescarolo Sport team's No. Loeb later gained a point by climbing to tenth place after Citroën ordered Ogier to slow down. Page officielle du team Sébastien Loeb Racing, créé par Sébastien Loeb, neuf fois Champion du Monde des Rallyes, et Dominique Heintz. In 2016, Loeb also played as a celebrity contestant in the French game show Fort Boyard. He tied Carlos Sainz's record number of 26 individual rally victories in August with a fifth consecutive victory in Germany. He was the only driver to win the rally from its 2002 introduction to the WRC calendar, until 2011, when he was second and Sébastien Ogier won. † – As Loeb was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points. Loeb later notably won the Rally Finland ahead of Hirvonen. His six WRC victories tied the record for victories in one season with fellow Frenchman Didier Auriol, who won six events in 1992. Aun así, no alcanzó el título, el cual quedó en manos del noruego Petter Solberg.[23]​. [51]​ En la primera de ellas, Montecarlo, obtuvo el primer lugar, después de disputar una prueba considerada dramática y la cual tuvo que cancelarse antes del final por razones de seguridad. He went on to take a clear championship lead by winning the following three gravel events: Rally México, Jordan Rally and Rally of Turkey. Dominó el Rally de Monte Carlo, pero se le retiró la victoria a causa de un error del equipo. [9] On the second rally of the year, 2008 Swedish Rally, he crashed out during day one. At the 2017 Silk Way Rally Loeb had to abandon due to a finger injury which he had sustained in stage 9. Loeb's reputation grew as he defeated his more illustrious teammates – Carlos Sainz and Colin McRae – over the course of the season.