Adrien Fourmaux

Adrien Fourmaux is the latest young French talent to emerge from the country’s rally development programme. Such is his determination to reach the top of the WRC that he quit medicine studies to pursue his dream with the support of M-Sport Ford – and 2021 could be a big breakthrough season for him.

Nationality FRA
Date of Birth 03.05.1995
Birthplace France
First Rally 2016

The story so far

Adrien Fourmaux is touted by many as a future star after winning France’s renowned Rallye Jeunes talent-spotting scheme in 2016 – a programme which launched Sébastiens Loeb and Ogier to WRC glory.

In his maiden season in 2017, Fourmaux finished third in the French junior championship in a Ford Fiesta R2.

The following year he dominated the category, winning all five rounds to lift the title and earn a WRC 2 drive in 2019 in a Ford Fiesta R5. He finished second in the category and 10th overall on his debut in Monte-Carlo and third in Britain.

In 2020, only his fourth year at the wheel, Fourmaux drove M-Sport Ford’s Fiesta Rally2 to third place in WRC2 and won San Marino’s non-championship Rallylegend event on his debut in a World Rally Car version.

He drives a Fiesta World Rally Car, co-driven by experienced Belgian Renaud Jamoul, on several WRC rounds this year, as well as pursuing the WRC2 title with the British squad.

The story so far
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