If you live in the Northeast, you're likely snowed in right now. In New York City, a travel ban, damping hopes for snow-based vehicular fun. Instead of letting the snow get us down, let's watch Sébastien Loeb tear it up at Rally Sweden in 2006.
Loeb, driving a Citroën Xsara WRC puts on a masterclass in how to race in the snow. His line is frighteningly clean, the Citroën seeming to rotate on its own axis. The direction changes in quick esses have to be seen to be believed.
Amazingly enough, Loeb only placed second in this event, losing to Marcus Grönholm who drove a Ford Focus WRC. Loeb did, however, win the World Rally Championship in 2006, his third in a row.
Loeb was actually so dominant in 2006 that when he broke his arm, missing the last four events, he still managed to win the championship by a point. Even if you're not stuck inside by the snow, this video is still worth your 20 minutes.