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Sebastien Loeb wins the WRC: gallery

  1. Sebastien Loeb has won the 2010 World Rally Championship.

    The
    Frenchman with a knack for going sideways stormed to victory at the
    Wales Rally in his factory Citroen C4 taking his 62nd rally victory and
    seventh championship win, with a total of 276 points.

    Citroen
    privateer Petter Solberg nearly did him though, and ranked 3rd overall
    after a spirited challenge to Loeb. Solberg was edged out of 2nd place
    by Ford driver Jari-Matti Latvala by just two points.

    Speaking
    of two points, it was probably one to forget for our good friend Ken
    Block. In 13 stages he scored, erm, two points and ranked 23rd (out of
    26 drivers), while former Ferrari F1 driver Kimi Raikkonnen fared
    better with 25 points on the table, ranking 10th.

    Feast on our gallery of
    pics from the finale. And click here to check out some serious hang-time via Citroen…

  2. A ‘Sebastian Loeb’, contemplating pickled onion or flamin’ hot Monster Munch

  3. Sebastian Loeb’s back. Mechanic indicates size of Monster Munch packet required

  4. It is very important to have your big nuts tightened

  5. New improved life-size Seb Doll now comes with moveable arms

  6. The woolly-hat brigade survey the sideways warriors

  7. Camera person captures epic shot, shortly before Death By Citroen C4

  8. “So this is the way to Amarillo”

  9. And in other news, Ginsters recorded a record year for profit

  10. “That thing’s being dragged faster through the dirt than Audley Harrison’s boxing career”

  11. “It’ll polish out. Now hand me that Double Decker”

  12. Rally fans get their much-needed first shower of the day

  13. “So, remember I told you about that tree…”

  14. “It’s not that kind of ‘park’, Boo Boo”

  15. “There appears to be a cameraman attached to my windscreen”

  16. “Check out my mad skillz, innit”

  17. The DFS sale was on!

  18. “Some form of urinating challenge, you say?”

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