Sebastien Ogier’s Remarkable Win In Germany

On Sunday, Sebastien Ogier became the first driver to beat Sebastien Loeb on an all-tarmac rally in Germany since 2004. He completed all the 19 stages in just three hours 32 minutes and 15.9 seconds and he was 39.8 seconds ahead of his team-mate, Loeb, and finished the seven-time world champion's run of eight straight victories in the event.

Sebastien started day with 1min 11.3s ahead of his compatriot. This 27-year-old Frenchman played safe and has registered sixth career win and secured his first position on tarmac in the world championship. It was reported that Sebastien Loeb has scored his first WRC win in Germany in 2002 and his record was unbeaten since then but Sebastien Ogier has beaten his record on Sunday.

"As long as there is a mathematical chance of winning the world title, I will continue to believe in it. Sebastien Loeb is driving fast, he is consistent, and he doesn't often make mistakes. He is always on the podium but there are still four rallies remaining and many things can still happen", said Sebastien Ogier.

Sebastien Loeb told that the race could not be perfect every year and the record could not remain the same and someday the record has to be beaten by someone.