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How confronting self-doubt drove Ogier to become a WRC legend

This weekend's Rally Monza marks the end of an era in the World Rally Championship, as Sebastien Ogier prepares to bring down the curtain on his full-time career with an eighth title. For all his enduring success, the Toyota driver reveals in an exclusive interview that lingering insecurities have compelled his quest for perfection

The familiar sight of Sebastien Ogier in full flow, fighting for yet another World Rally Championship title, will be a vision of the past next year as the rallying great brings the curtain down on his full-time career on this weekend's Rally Monza season finale.

From the outside, the way WRC’s very own human metronome has continued to pump out title after title has appeared relatively straightforward. But that is the magic of Ogier. He’s a master of making the arguably the most difficult of motor racing disciplines seem easy.

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