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Sebastian Marshall

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Career Summary

Info

Nationality:  GBR
Date of Birth: 29.05.1988
Age: 29
Birthplace: Tunbridge Wells
Website: http://www.sebmarshall.co.uk

Season 2017

Classification: WRC
Car No: 4
Car: Hyundai i20 WRC
Team: Hyundai Motorsport
Driver: Hayden Paddon
Points: 41
Standing: 12
Rally Wins: 0
Retirements: 0
Podiums: 1

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Sebastian Marshall made his co-driving debut as a teenager in 2004 and has been a regular on national and international events ever since.

He tackled the British Championship with Adam Gould in 2008 and 2009 and was selected for the British MSA Rally Academy development scheme under the watchful eye of former co-driving world champion Robert Reid.

His WRC adventure began when he competed in the Junior WRC with Harry Hunt in 2010, a season that also brought an Intercontinental Rally Challenge campaign.

Marshall partnered Molly Taylor in WRC and European Championship events for several seasons before linking up with Kevin Abbring in 2014 in the European series, in which they finished sixth in a Peugeot 208 T16.

The pair joined Hyundai Motorsport in 2015 for a split programme of testing and several WRC rounds in an i20 World Rally Car. The following season followed a similar pattern, but testing focused on the development of the i20 R5, which they debuted in the WRC in Corsica.

Marshall will join Hayden Paddon on a full-time basis from ADAC Rallye Deutschland to replace John Kennard who is retiring.

He tackled the British Championship with Adam Gould in 2008 and 2009 and was selected for the British MSA Rally Academy development scheme under the watchful eye of former co-driving world champion Robert Reid.

His WRC adventure began when he competed in the Junior WRC with Harry Hunt in 2010, a season that also brought an Intercontinental Rally Challenge campaign.

Marshall partnered Molly Taylor in WRC and European Championship events for several seasons before linking up with Kevin Abbring in 2014 in the European series, in which they finished sixth in a Peugeot 208 T16.

The pair joined Hyundai Motorsport in 2015 for a split programme of testing and several WRC rounds in an i20 World Rally Car. The following season followed a similar pattern, but testing focused on the development of the i20 R5, which they debuted in the WRC in Corsica.

Marshall will join Hayden Paddon on a full-time basis from ADAC Rallye Deutschland to replace John Kennard who is retiring.

Rally Classification Driver Rank Points
Vodafone Rally de Portugal WRC Hayden Paddon 42. 0
Rally Italia Sardegna WRC Hayden Paddon 43. 0
Neste Rally Finland WRC Hayden Paddon 43. 0
ADAC Rallye Deutschland WRC Hayden Paddon 8. 4
Dayinsure Wales Rally GB WRC Hayden Paddon 8. 4
Kennards Hire Rally Australia WRC Hayden Paddon 3. 15

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Rally de Portugal

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