LOEB Interview Rally Argentina 2008 End of Stage 5. 10.5 seconds fastest!
Sébastien Loeb talks about SS5, Ascochinga - La Cumbre 2 in Rally Argentina 2008 in an interview at the end of stage 5, on the stopline, in his Citroen C4 WRC rally car.
Loeb was fastest in this stage by over 10 seconds! One of 5 stage wins, that helped him win this rally. He talks about Mikko Hirvonen who he saw stopped in the stage, crahsed after leading the rally. LOEB Interview Rally Argentina 2008 End of Stage 5.
Watch the FULL Rally Argentina 2008 highlights here: https://youtu.be/V8LNt87LaLE
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