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Martin Järveoja

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Nationality:  EST
Date of Birth: 18.08.1987
Age: 30
Rally Wins: 2

Season 2018

Classification: WRC
Car No: 8
Car: Toyota Yaris WRC
Team: Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
Driver: Ott Tänak

Järveoja began his co-driving career in 2006 and he tackled a selection of Estonian regional and national championship events alongside a variety of drivers in the following two seasons.

One of those was fellow Estonian Karl Kruuda, and in 2008 the pair began a long and fruitful partnership that took them to Junior WRC and IRC level in 2010, to WRC S2000 events in 2011 and 2012 and WRC 2 in 2013.

Järveoja most successful season to date came in 2014, when he and Kruuda finished fifth in WRC 2 after wins in Finland and Sweden. The pair managed only a handful of WRC 2 appearances in 2015 and 2016 and results were largely disappointing.

In 2017, a new opportunity with Estonia's highest-profile WRC driver, Ott Tänak, propelled Järveoja straight to the top level, as team-mates to world champions Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia at the M-Sport World Rally Team.

It proved to be a breakthrough year. Järveoja and Tänak claimed two rally wins and seven podiums and were duly snapped up by Toyota for 2018.


One of those was fellow Estonian Karl Kruuda, and in 2008 the pair began a long and fruitful partnership that took them to Junior WRC and IRC level in 2010, to WRC S2000 events in 2011 and 2012 and WRC 2 in 2013.

Järveoja most successful season to date came in 2014, when he and Kruuda finished fifth in WRC 2 after wins in Finland and Sweden. The pair managed only a handful of WRC 2 appearances in 2015 and 2016 and results were largely disappointing.

In 2017, a new opportunity with Estonia's highest-profile WRC driver, Ott Tänak, propelled Järveoja straight to the top level, as team-mates to world champions Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia at the M-Sport World Rally Team.

It proved to be a breakthrough year. Järveoja and Tänak claimed two rally wins and seven podiums and were duly snapped up by Toyota for 2018.

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