- Apr 17, 2011
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- Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia snatched victory in the WRC’s Rally Jordan in the very last stage, as the Citroën Total World Rally Team crew won by two-tenths of a second - the smallest gap ever at the end of a WRC round. ”I set off at a fast pace in the first stage, but when I saw Seb’s [Loeb] time, I knew I had to push harder in the next ones,” says Ogier. “We managed to make the best of it as we’ve still got a lead that’s in keeping with our estimations. It’s not a big enough cushion, though. I’m going to have to go pedal to the metal right till the end to win the rally.”
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by Sebastian Vettel
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