1999 – 2019 : a remarkable career and standings !

  • 2019

    Top 3 at Rally Chile

    Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena collect their first trophy with Hyundai Motorsport at the 2019 Rally Chile. Achieving four scratch times, they finish on the podium aboard their i20 WRC Coupé.

  • 2019

    Top 3 at Dakar Rally

    Rapid mood swings in Dakar but that’s why we love to come back! This year I had the most fun driving, that’s for sure, but it was also the most disappointing year of all, we believed in victory several times.

  • 2018

    Catalunya: 79th rally victory

    Most ask me if this is my best victory. One thing is certain, considering all parameters: our absence during previous years, the new cars, the current WRC level, the difficulty of this rally with its conditions, indeed it is one of the best!

  • 2018

    Victory at the World RX of Belgium

    Sebastien Loeb’s second victory at World RX. For his third participation in the Rallycross championship, he finishes 5th overall. Sébastien makes it to the winners’ podium seven times in 2018.

  • 2017

    Performing second at the Dakar for his second participation

    Driving a Peugeot 3008 DKR, a new evolution of the lion brand’s buggy, with Daniel Elena as a co-pilot, Sébastien Loeb achieves the greatest scratch timings of the 2017 rally-raid. Some technical issues prevent him from winning.

  • 2016

    First time at World RX’s is a win

    Sébastien Loeb wins his first World RX victory for his first participation by over taking Mattias Ekström and Timmy Hansen at the Riga meeting on a wet track. He flies over the qualifying rounds by repeatedly achieving lap records.

  • 2015

    Three victories in WTCC

    Sébastien Loeb achieves three victories at the 2015 WTCC championship. He wins at Termas De Rio Hondo in Argentina, then also in Slovakia and finally finishes first at the Buriram circuit in Thailand. He performs third in the championship, only one point behind the second place.

  • 2015

    Victory at the Rallye Épernay

    Sébastien Loeb wins the 19th edition of the Rallye Épernay on Citroën DS3 WRC with 14 scratches on top. “I attacked on the straight, it was great. I took advantage of the dry conditions for the first time of the day.”

  • 2015

    2 wins in the French Supertouring Championship

    April 2015, Sébastien Loeb takes part in the opening round of the Mitjet season, organised on Paul Armagnac circuit of Nogaro, part of the Coupes de Pâques. He wins 2 victories out of the 4 races of the programme.

  • 2014

    Already third in the WTCC championship

    The WTCC is Seb’s latest challenge. Driving the C-Elysee for the first time ever, Sébastien Loeb wins the course of the first meeting. Third in the overall standings, with another win and access to podium finishes, he actively promotes Citroën’s world constructors title.

  • 2014

    Third victory at the Rallye du Var

    After eliminating his opponents one by one, the nine-time world rally champion overcomes the difficulties to eventually seize the general classification of the Rally du Var’s 60th edition.

  • 2013

    Two more wins in WRC

    Sébastien Loeb declines the possibility offered by Citroën Racing to race a final optional season in WRC. This season, however, he participates in 4 races. He wins two, the Monte Carlo Rally and the Rally Argentina and finished second in Sweden.

  • 2013

    Four wins driving FIA GT Series

    For their only uneventful weekend driving FIA GT Series, Sébastien Loeb and Álvaro Parente wins the two races at the Navarra meeting, bringing their number of wins to 4 and setting the 2013 season record.

  • 2013

    Victory and record at Pikes Peak

    Sébastien Loeb breaks the old Rhys Millen record of more than ninety seconds. With a time of 8 min 13 s 878, he becomes the first driver to drop below the nine-minute mark and wins the general classification of the event.

  • 2012

    9th WRC world champion title

    Following his victory at the 2012 Rallye Deutschland, Sébastien Loeb becomes the first driver in history to win the World Rally Championship nine times. He also won 9 races out of 13 of the championship that year.

  • 2012

    Doubled in Porsche Carrera Cup

    For the start of the SLR competition, Sébastien Loeb wins the two races of Porsche Carrera Cup France organised to support the 71st Pau Grand Prix.

  • 2012

    X Games Gold Medal

    Sébastien Loeb takes part in the X Games XVIII RallyCross event in response to a challenge proposed by extreme sports athlete Travis Pastrana. He wins the victory and the gold medal in front of American specialists Ken Block and Brian Deegan.

  • 2011

    8th World Championship title WRC

    Sébastien Loeb wins his eighth consecutive world title after a greuelling season with five championship races in total. Sébastien becomes the first non-Nordic rider to win the Rally Finland twice. He also wins a seventh consecutive victory at the Rally of Catalunya.

  • 2011

    Victory at the Monza Rally Show

    Sébastien Loeb takes part in the Monza Rally Show, asphalt event held in Italy bringing together specialists in different disciplines from motorsports. He wins the main event as well as the Master’s Show in front of multiple MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi.

  • 2010

    7th WRC world champion title

    Sébastien Loeb wins his seventh consecutive world title with 8 victories. It is in his home region, at the occasion of the first edition of the Rally France-Alsace, that Sébastien is crowned world champion for the seventh consecutive time after an end-to-end race.

  • 2009

    6th WRC world champion title

    Sébastien Loeb clinches his sixth consecutive world title after a close fight against Mikko Hirvonen at the closing season of Rally of Great Britain. He wins 7 championship races and finishes second twice that year.

  • 2008

    5th World Championship title WRC

    In 2008, Sébastien Loeb becomes the first driver in history to win 5 victories at the Monte Carlo Rally. Sébastien continues his unbeaten streak at the Rally Deutschland by winning for the seventh time in a row this year after leading the race from start to finish.

  • 2008

    Champion of the Champions

    Sébastien Loeb enters the Race of Champions at Wembley Stadium in London for the sixth time. He successively wins over Muller, Vettel and Priaulx. Facing David Coulthard in the final, Sébastien wins 2 of 3 rounds against the British racer and wins his third Champions League title.

  • 2007

    4th WRC World Championship title

    It is at the Rally of Great Britain, the closing round of the season, that Sébastien Loeb wins his fourth world championship title after an ultimate sparring against Marcus Grönholm. He pursues his unbeaten streak at the German Rally with a sixth consecutive victory on the banks of the Moselle.

  • 2006

    3rd World Championship title WRC

    With his 27th victory, winning against Marcus Grönholm in an extreme battle in Japan, Sébastien Loeb sets a new world record of victories in the world championship, beating his friend Carlos Sainz.

  • 2006

    2nd at the 24 Hours of Le Mans

    For the 2006 24 Hours of Le Mans, Sébastien Loeb renews his collaboration with Pescarolo Sport with a crew consisting of Eric Hélary and Franck Montagny, still driving the C60-Judd number 17. The crew finishes second.

  • 2005

    2nd World Championship title WRC

    Sébastien Loeb scores ten victories for the entire season by winning the Rally of Catalunya, the last competition missing from his collection. Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena combine speed and reliability and record 14 consecutive scratch times in the 2005 edition of the Cyprus Rally.

  • 2005

    Victory at the Race of Champions

    Sébastien Loeb defeats Pastrana and then CMcRae, before winning the final of the rally group once again facing Grönholm. In the Super Final, he faces the seven-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Tom Kristensen, which he beats in two sets, earning his second title.

  • 2004

    First WRC world title

    Sébastien Loeb closes the 2004 season by winning the Rally Australia, his six WRC victories tied the record for wins in one season with Didier Auriol in 1992. Sébastien Loeb triumphs in the Cyprus Rally.

  • 2004

    Winner of the Nations Cup

    Sébastien Loeb wins the Nations Cup alongside Jean Alesi. Opposed to the Finnish team of Grönholm and Kovalainen in the final, they are tied for the first four rounds, including two Seb victories. The title is played in a final duel between Alesi and Kovalainen.

  • 2003

    Vice World Champion with 3 wins

    Sébastien Loeb wins 3 WRC events: the Monte Carlo Rally, the Rallye Deutschland and the Rallye Sanremo in Italy. He finishes just one point away from his teammate Norwegian Petter Solberg in the championship.

  • 2003

    Already “Champion of Champions”

    Sébastien Loeb wins all his races against Carlsson and Duval, and qualifies for the final against Marcus Grönholm. Beaten last year by Grönholm at the same stage of the competition, Seb takes his revenge and wins in the final of the Race of Champions.

  • 2002

    Victory at the Rallye Deutschland in WRC

    Sébastien Loeb wins his first official world victory in the newly-introduced German rally after a tight duel with Richard Burns on the banks of the Moselle.

  • 2001

    First champion at the Junior World Rally Championship in 2001 and first podium in WRC

    Grand Slam Junior World Championship (J-WRC) earning the title over five wins in five races. He wins France Championship Asphalt with Saxo and reaches his first podium in WRC.

  • 2000

    France Dirt Rally Champion

    Two-wheel drive France Dirt Rally Champion with the Saxo Kit Car following seven victories in the category. First rally in WRC with the FFSA French Team and discovery of the Xsara Kit Car.

  • 1999

    Winner of the Citroën Saxo Kit Car Trophy

    Member of the French Rally Championship for young talents and winner of the Citroën Saxo Kit Car Trophy. Victory in A6 in the Tour de Corse and in Sanremo, as well as in Alsace-Vosges rallye.