- BORN: 26 February 1974
- NATIONALITY: France
- HOME TOWN: Hageneau
- INTERESTS: Mortorsport in general, including motorbikes, jetski, wakeboard, climbing, skiing
Frenchman Sebastien Loeb is the world’s most successful rally driver having amassed a staggering nine WRC titles before quitting the series at the end of 2012. Since then he has competed in a full season of the FIA GT Series before switching to WTCC in 2014. Originally from Haguenau in north-east France, Loeb is no stranger to rallycross. He competed at his home round at Loheac back in 2013 and also won a rallycross gold medal at the 2012 X Games in California. The famous Frenchman also finished second at Le Mans in 2006, and is the Pikes Peak record holder. In 2016, Loeb contested his first full-time campaign in World RX driving a Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar alongside last year’s runner-up Timmy Hansen. Loeb took his maiden rallycross victory at the inaugural World RX of Latvia in October, 2016. In 2017, Loeb will contest his second season in World RX with Team Peugeot-Hansen alongside team-mates Timmy and Kevin Hansen.