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Why Sebastien Loeb has joined forces with an old enemy for Dakar

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Sebastien Loeb remains as committed as ever after 19 years at the top level. Since returning part-time with Citroen to the World Rally Championship in 2018 and continuing in a third Hyundai for the past two seasons, the nine-time champion has managed to add a victory and a further two podiums to his tally.

And now, having spent much of his prime years with Citroen competing against Prodrive-run Subarus in the WRC, Loeb has joined forces with the British outfit for its fresh assault on the Dakar Rally with the Bahrain Raid Xtreme project.

Together with his long-time co-driver Daniel Elena, Loeb will be making his fifth start in the event when it gets underway on 3 January in Saudi Arabia, and is anxious to go one better than the second place he managed in 2017.

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Series Dakar
Event Dakar
Drivers Sébastien Loeb
Author Sergio Lillo