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 (July 18, 2005) – Argentina seems to favour the setting of new rallying records. After Carlos Sainz claimed the 26th WRC win of his career here last year with Citroën-Michelin, Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena established a new record today when they collected a sixth consecutive victory.

In the grips of the Argentine winter, Sébastien Loeb gave his absolute best to successfully ward off the charge of a particularly pugnacious Marcus Gr&3235;nholm (2nd, Peugeot).

The Michelin Z BTO tire—used this weekend in a new soft compound version—remains unbeaten since its launch in last April's Rally New Zealand.

Didier Auriol's longstanding record of five wins in a row set while driving for Lancia-Michelin in 1992 has at last been beaten this weekend by Sébastien Loeb.

The 2004 World Champion effectively secured his sixth consecutive win—and his seventh of the season—at the end of a particularly dramatic Rally Argentina.

Thanks to this result, Loeb continues to top the 2005 Drivers' points table and has pulled even further clear of his pursuers, Scandinavia's Petter Solberg (Subaru), Marcus Grënholm (Peugeot) and Toni Gardemeister (Ford-Michelin) who will all be on home ground in three weeks time when the calendar moves on to Rally Finland (August 5th-8th).

Sébastien Loeb's sixth win in a row was far from a mere formality.

In the very wet conditions of the first two legs, and again over the frozen ground of the third and final day (ground temperature: 21°F), the Citroën star was forced to push hard throughout to get the better over Marcus Grënholm (Peugeot) and Petter Solberg and had edged respectively 27.9 seconds and more than a minute clear of his two rivals by Saturday evening.

He eventually won the rally by 26.1 seconds after the final leg on Sunday.