Besides confirming Sebastien Loeb’s appearance in M-Sport colors on the roads of Monte Carlo Rally, the team has announced that they will complete their squad for the 2022 season. Adrien Fourmaux will complete the entire year behind the wheel of the Puma 1 Rallye.

With Ford for years

Adrien Fourmaux will join Gus Greensmith and Craig Breen for a full season driving the Ford Puma Rally1. The Frenchman started his racing career only five years ago and quickly gained fame, getting the chance to make his debut on the world championship roads in 2019. He finished the season 13th in WRC2. His form appeared during the Monte Carlo Rally, where he took second place in his class and in Great Britain. At the end of the year, he won the lowest score on the podium.

In the 2020 season, he went on to make his WRC2 appearance, winning third place in the season standings. He also got the chance to debut behind the wheel of the Fiesta WRC, which he performed at the Rallylegend. In the first half of this year we mainly saw him in the Fiesta Rally2, but towards the end of the year, he’s been driving the WRC more often. It was the best result on the Croatian Rally trail, where he finished fifth.

The legend is back with new colors! An amazing duel awaits us!

Formo does not want to fail

I am happy to say that I will continue my journey with M-Sport. A full season awaits me behind the wheel of the Puma Rally1 Hybrid. I’m very proud. This is a very important moment for me. I discovered the parades in 2017 thanks to the Fiesta R2J Formo was saying.

This will be my sixth rally season. I am looking forward to competing at the highest level with M-Sport and Red Bull. I want to make all the people who believe in me and continue to feel proud. See you in Monte Carlo next month – added.

Wilson is proud of the composition

I am very pleased to announce the rest of the drivers in our Monte Carlo squad. Launching a new era in the WRC with such a strong team is something I am proud of. It shows these guys’ confidence in the new Puma Rally 1 Malcolm Wilson would say.

To see Adrian compete with us all season long is very proud. M-Sport has a long history of developing young drivers. Adrian is no exception. The 2022 season gives him a chance to show what he can really do. I’m sure he’ll be putting on some great shows throughout the year – added.