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A French gendarme stands beside the wracked Citroen of nine time  Rally World Champion Sebastien Loeb and co driver Daniel Elena, who crashed, during the Rally of France , Sunday Oct.  6, 2013, near Cleebourg eastern France. Both men were not injured. (AP Photo/Christian Lutz)
A French gendarme stands beside the wracked Citroen of nine time Rally World Champion Sebastien Loeb and co driver Daniel Elena, who crashed, during the Rally of France , Sunday Oct. 6, 2013, near Cleebourg eastern France. Both men were not injured. (AP Photo/Christian Lutz)
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(AP) Sebastien Ogier celebrated his world title by winning the Rally France on Sunday while nine-time world champion Sebastien Loeb's last race ended in a crash.


Ogier took the overall lead by winning the three morning stages before containing his rivals in the three afternoon stages. The Frenchman clinched the world title on Thursday when Thierry Neuville of Belgium failed to win the power stage.


Ogier finished the race 12.2 seconds ahead of Dani Sordo of Spain. Jari-Matti Latvala of Finland took third place, 19.5 seconds off the pace. Thierry Neuville of Belgium placed fourth, more than a minute behind Ogier.


In the rain-soaked stage 15, Loeb's Citroen DS3 slid wide on a corner and rolled before landing on its roof. The French driver was not injured in the crash.


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