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SÉBASTIEN Ogier joined the ranks of rallying greats in 2014 when he entered the exclusive club of drivers to have won the FIA World Rally Championship more than once.
Seventeen drivers have lifted the title since its inception in 1979, but just seven were multiple winners until Ogier and co-driver Julien Ingrassia claimed their second consecutive crown in Spain in October.
WRC Promoter has celebrated the achievement by producing this film, first shown at the FIA Prize-Giving 2014 in Qatar last month, which captures the excitement and drama of the season alongside tributes to the seven drivers who preceded Volkswagen Polo R pilot Ogier.
The three-minute film includes action from Coates Hire Rally Australia in September, Andreas Mikkelsen’s spectacular roll in Mexico, Thierry Neuville’s dramatic shakedown crash in Germany and high-flying action from the famous Micky’s Jump in the Monte Lerno stage in Sardinia.
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