Sebastien Loeb may be a nine-time World Rally Championship title holder, but in the World Touring Car Championship that he'll compete in full-time next year, he'll be a rookie alongside teammate and four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller.
With his wealth of experience in the series, Muller has apparently been put to task by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile's to literally school Loeb in everything about the series, from the continents it holds its races in to his rivals on the track.
Amusingly, Loeb questions Muller on just how dangerous racing in the WTCC could be, given that there are no trees, rocks and cliffs by the track.
Watch the video below and tell us if you think Loeb has what it takes to win the WTCC drivers' title in his first season.
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