Ten things to do at Rally GB this weekend
TG.com will be in Wales to see Loeb go for an historic eighth WRC win – here’s what we’re looking forward to...
Posted: 10 Nov 2011
DON’T UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE LEAVE EARLY
Just ask Carlos Sainz, the greatest rally driver of all time until Sebastien Loeb opted to give up a promising career in gymnastics. On the 1998 Rally, having seen off title rival Tommi Makkinen’s Evo drop on the first day, Sainz was cruising to victory. Until 500 yards of the finish line when his Toyota broke down. Then there was 2001, when the much-missed British duo of Colin McRae and Richard Burns fought it out until our Colin crashed his Focus and Richard and his Evo took the title.