FIA EUROPEAN RALLY CHAMPION
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Chris Ingram is 27, and the first British Rally Driver in 52 years to become FIA European Rally Champion. Born and raised in Manchester, Chris is driven towards one goal – to become FIA World Champion.
From working class roots, and the first in his family blood line to forge a career in Rally Driving, Chris is relentless, strong, passionate and hungrier than ever to achieve his dreams. In 2019, despite a very limited budget and supported by a crowdfunding campaign supported by 500 contributors, Chris defied the odds to become FIA European Rally Champion.
For Chris, this reinforced his unshakeable belief that he can become a title contender for the World Rally Championship in the future and the European title was just the beginning of the story. Chris is more motivated and determined than ever to move up to ‘the big league’ and battle with the world’s best teams and drivers to achieve his dreams in the World Rally Championship, widely renowned as the toughest racing championship on the planet.
Chris has 1 goal, to become the World Rally Champion.
Chris Ingram, former FIA European Rally Champion from Manchester, leads the FIA World Rally Championship’s WRC2 Junior title race after securing another podium at Rally Italia Sardinia. New co-driver Craig Drew has proven a successful addition to the tea...
Chris Ingram and Craig Drew have taken a dominant victory in WRC2 Junior at the Vodafone Rally de Portugal whilst securing a podium in WRC2. Despite changing a puncture mid-stage in 1 minute and 25 seconds on the relentless 38km of Amarante on Saturday, the Br...
Rally Warrior Update: WRC Croatia A clean pair of heels… Chris Ingram, the UK’s first European Rally Champion for 52 years, staggered his rivals with his Croatia WRC performance. Weather conditions made Rally Croatia one of the toughest tarmac rall...
New team, first victory...
In addition to competing at Motorsport’s highest level in the World Rally Championship, Chris Ingram is a manufacturer vehicle test driver, driver coach and brand ambassador for his commercial partners. The Rally Warrior partners receive a wide range of benefits including regular media and social media promotion, branding and highly visible logo placement, corporate, social and environmental responsibility, as well as VIP behind the scenes access to Chris and the team, and Chris’s personal attendance (subject to racing schedule) at corporate team building and social events.
Chris Ingram has a social media following of over 100,000 people across the globe and has a loyal and growing fan-base. These numbers will grow exponentially from the moment he enters the World Rally Championship in a World Rally Car.
Chris is an ambassador for the Maverick Stars Trust. He also supports the HUMEN Men’s Mental Health Charity as an ambassador and regularly takes part in fundraising initiatives. Men’s mental health is a cause close to his heart and Chris has been open about his own personal struggles with the hope it’ll help other men get talking.
A major aim of the Rally Warrior team is to create an academy in the near future to give the next young rally stars a chance to compete and get to the highest level. We believe the best driving talents deserve a chance to compete at the top of the sport, regardless of the size of their wallet.
FIA WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP
The FIA World Rally Championship is the World’s toughest racing series.
Established in 1973, the WRC is an epic competition against the elements and the clock. It showcases high-performance cars derived from production vehicles and some of the world’s best drivers competing in dramatic surroundings: men and machines must master everything from forest tracks in winter conditions, high speed closed-public tarmac roads to rock-strewn mountain passes in blistering heat with each rally lasting 3-4 days.
Having already gotten the FIA European Rally Championship title under his belt at the age of 25, Chris is going all-out to chase his World title dreams. In 2022, Chris will compete in his debut season of WRC2, and in 2023 he aims to win it.
Drivers in the WRC2 Championship select 7 of the 13 World Rally rounds, with their best 5 scores at the end of the season counting towards their final position.
Join Chris in his quest towards the ultimate title. With your support we can make history together.
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