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Gabin Moreau

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Career Summary

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Nationality:  FRA
Date of Birth: 28.09.1988
Age: 29
First Rally: 2013, Portugal

Season 2017

Classification: WRC
Car No: 8
Car: CITROËN C3 WRC
Team: CITROËN Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Driver: Stéphane Lefebvre
Points: 10
Standing: 14
Rally Wins: 0
Retirements: 0
Podiums: 0

A relative newcomer to the World Championship, Moreau gets his big break this year alongside fellow French rising star Stéphane Lefebvre.

A graduate of France's fiercely competitive national rally scene, Moreau began his career in the 2005 French Cup. Over the following seven seasons he tackled dozens of national events including Tarmac and gravel rounds of the French Championship alongside numerous drivers and in vehicles ranging from Renault Clios to World Rally Cars.

His first taste of international rallying came in 2013 when he contested the Junior WRC with Switzerland's Michaël Burri. In 2014 he established a new partnership with British driver Chris Ingram for a season that included the Volant Peugeot Trophy and Junior and 2WD classes of the European Championship. The pair contested the European Championship again in 2015, with the highlight of a win in the Junior and ERC3 classes at SATA Rallye Açores.

In 2016 Moreau joined Citroën protégé Lefebvre to try earn a seat with the manufacturer's works team in 2017. Fifth at Rallye Monte-Carlo was a decent start, but the campaign was curtailed by a serious crash at ADAC Rallye Deutschland, that left both men in hospital.

Moreau missed the rest of the WRC season while he recovered, but he received welcome good news later in the year when Citroën announced that he and Lefebvre would be part of its WRC line-up in 2017.

A graduate of France's fiercely competitive national rally scene, Moreau began his career in the 2005 French Cup. Over the following seven seasons he tackled dozens of national events including Tarmac and gravel rounds of the French Championship alongside numerous drivers and in vehicles ranging from Renault Clios to World Rally Cars.

His first taste of international rallying came in 2013 when he contested the Junior WRC with Switzerland's Michaël Burri. In 2014 he established a new partnership with British driver Chris Ingram for a season that included the Volant Peugeot Trophy and Junior and 2WD classes of the European Championship. The pair contested the European Championship again in 2015, with the highlight of a win in the Junior and ERC3 classes at SATA Rallye Açores.

In 2016 Moreau joined Citroën protégé Lefebvre to try earn a seat with the manufacturer's works team in 2017. Fifth at Rallye Monte-Carlo was a decent start, but the campaign was curtailed by a serious crash at ADAC Rallye Deutschland, that left both men in hospital.

Moreau missed the rest of the WRC season while he recovered, but he received welcome good news later in the year when Citroën announced that he and Lefebvre would be part of its WRC line-up in 2017.

Rally Classification Driver Rank Points
Rallye Monte-Carlo WRC Stéphane Lefebvre 9. 2+4
Rally Sweden WRC Stéphane Lefebvre 8. 4
Rally Guanajuato México WRC Stéphane Lefebvre 15. 0
Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse WRC Stéphane Lefebvre 49. 0
Vodafone Rally de Portugal WRC Stéphane Lefebvre 13. 0

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