STRASBOURG - Sebastien Ogier returns to the roads of eastern France where he clinched his first world rallying title last year, determined to repeat the feat in the Rally of France. The Frenchman knows that only VW Polo team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala of Finland can prevent him winning a second successive title. And he aims to wrap it up with time to spare as there are only two races, in Spain and Britain, to follow. Finishing six points clear of Latvala would see him crowned champion again. But a repeat of the problems he had in Germany, where he and Latvala both withdrew and failed to win a single point between them, would set up a tense finale to the season. "A 50-point lead, that's quite good, but Germany is a reminder that I could quickly see it start to slip away," Ogier said.–AFP