Fuchs has claimed five wins and a second place to build a commanding 73 point lead over Mexico’s Ricardo Trivino.
The publication of the entry list for Rallye Deutschland confirms no new drivers have registered for the series. And with a driver’s top six scores counting towards the final points, none of his rivals who have competed so far can overhaul Fuchs.
“This is a goal I always wanted since I started competing and I’ve been through a lot to achieve this,” said 30-year-old Fuchs. “I’m excited and I have no words to describe how I feel. I thank all the people who have supported me.”
Fuchs, co-driven by Fernando Mussano, finished second in the class in Sweden and followed up with consecutive wins in Mexico, Portugal, Argentina, Greece and Italy.
He drove a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX with Peru’s FRT Rally team in Mexico and Argentina, and a Lancer Evo X with Spanish team RMC in Europe.
Fuchs made his rally debut in 2005 and won five national titles in Peru between 2007 and 2011, as well as finishing fifth in the FIA Production Car World Rally Championship (P-WRC) in 2011.
His 2013 success is subject to confirmation by the FIA.