CHAMPIONS REUNITE AS INGRAM RETURNS TO TOKSPORT WRT

CHAMPIONS REUNITE AS INGRAM RETURNS TO TOKSPORT WRT

The youngest ever FIA European Rally Champions’ Chris Ingram and Ross Whittock will be reunited with their title winning team and reigning WRC2 Champions Toksport WRT for an initial 18 month contract.

The Brits will complete their debut WRC3 season at the iconic rounds in Greece and Spain with Toksport ahead of a full WRC2 Campaign in 2022 in the Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo.

Chris Ingram said: “I cannot wait to be back with the entire Toksport team, it feels like home. We are ambitious and hungry to deliver more titles and top results, which we know we can do in a Toksport car and with their support. Like every WRC round we have experienced this year, I expect Greece and Spain to be immensely challenging, the level of the competition is so high which will help us in our step up to WRC2 for 2022.”

The hot and dusty stages of the WRC Acropolis Rally of Greece (9-12 September), the next round of the FIA World Rally Championship starting in Athens are renowned to be the most challenging in the calendar for car and crew. They will complete their comeback season campaign at WRC Rally Catalunya – Rallye de España (14-17 October) on the high-grip asphalt roads near to Barcelona.

Adam Shore, Director of Rally Warrior said, “The new contract with Toksport provides Rally Warrior with the platform to fulfil its plan of rally and series wins for Chris and Ross. I have no doubt that the partnership will be successful and exciting. I can’t wait!”

Serkan Duru, Team Manager of Toksport WRT said: “We are so happy to have Chris and Ross back in the team after a short break and to continue the journey.”

Ingram’s loyal partners CarFinance 247, Protec Temporary Protection, WS Transportation, FreeM Racewear, Easywrite, Heroes & Heretics and Stilo Helmets will continue to be represented on the World stage by the Rally Warriors.

Louis Rix, co-CEO of CarFinance 247, said: “It’s great to see Chris team up with Toksport and secure his future in the WRC2. We’ve been supporting Chris for several years now and have never doubted that he is destined for big things. This new contract demonstrates that talent, hard work and passion pay off and we can’t wait to see Chris and Ross back on the world stage as they complete their WRC3 season and look ahead to further success in 2022.”

James Harrison, CEO of Protec said: “This is a great opportunity for Chris & Ross to show their class.”

With the new multi-season partnership, the Rally Warrior team will move into WRC2 for the 2022 season, starting in Monte Carlo.

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