By now, you already know that nine-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb has smashed the record of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race, taking his Peugeot 208 T16 up to the summit in just eight minutes and 13.878 seconds, nearly two minutes faster than the previous record of nine minutes and 51.278 seconds set by Rhys Millen last year.
Unfortunately, the video clip that we attached to the article was from a live feed of Loeb\'s climb but showed mostly aerial shots. Well, we\'ve managed to get hold of a video that shows Loeb\'s run both from inside the cockpit and outside the car, specifically the view from the roof, the bumper and the right side of the car just behind the front wheel.
With his superb performance up Pikes Peak in just his first attempt, coupled with his achievements in the WRC, do you think that Loeb rightfully deserves to be called the driving god, or at least the best driver in the world?
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