How the nine-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb handle the isolation?

The nine-time World Rally Champion revealed how he is passing his days at home. Also he share tha is looks forward to continuing his racing program.

The 46-year-old Alsatian spends his days at his home in Switzerland with his family while trying to "scrub" his sports scab. In recent days, Loeb has focused mainly on video games, trying to keep in shape, but also occasionally resorts to the classic Monopoly, or driving a motorbike around his pool.

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"I feel good in Switzerland," Loeb said. - I'm trying to get the most out of this situation, as everyone is doing. I feel very lucky because we are near a forest and have a house with a yard.

"I'm trying to ride a bike and I also put a springboard in the yard to jump in it. There are not as strict measures in Switzerland as in France, but we are still trying to reduce our exits. All restaurants, bars and local businesses are closed, so we try to have fun at home in these difficult times. "

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Asked what rally Loeb would relive:

"Maybe my first win in Finland. The feeling of being on edge all the time is indescribable. However, if I think about it, I might want to relive the victory of the rally in Alsace when I won the world title and team title on the same weekend. Today, I would definitely like to meet the people of Alsace to celebrate together. "

What Loeb wants to do after the end of the pandemic is to sit behind the wheel of the i20 Coupe WRC.

"I didn't get behind the wheel of the i20 Coupe WRC from the Monte Carlo Rally in January," he said. - I have a great desire to compete. It is normal for me to miss this feeling, but the most important thing is that we all beware. If we can fight the virus all together, everything will be back soon. "

Source: wrc.com