WRC-3 and Junior WRC winner Stéphane Lefebvre strapped himself into a virtual seat to test his mettle in Kylotonn Games' forthcoming rally racer WRC 7.
Lefebvre tests three stages in total which sees him driving the Citroen on the gravel piste of El Condor, Argentina; the winding roads of Corsica; and the snow capped environment of Sweden.
WRC 7 is scheduled to release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 26, take a look at Lefebvre's efforts in the videos below.
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