Ingram grew up around rallying and spent his youth watching father Jon compete on events across Great Britain.
He first got behind the wheel at the age of 15 and won the Junior 1000 Rally Championship in his second year in the sport.
After graduating to the British Championship and winning the Renault Sport R2 Twingo Trophy in 2012, Ingram made his FIA World Rally Championship debut the following year at Wales Rally GB.
He later campaigned a Peugeot 208 R2 on ERC Junior rounds before signing for Opel in 2016 and winning the two-wheel drive ERC3 category.
In 2018 Ingram joined the German-based Toksport team and steered a Škoda Fabia R5 to ERC Junior Under 28 championship victory on his debut season. A year later, the cash-strapped youngster won the European Championship outright, becoming the first Briton to do so since 1952.
With limited financial backing, Ingram started just one rally in 2020, but pieced together a six-round WRC3 programme with Toksport in 2021. Podiums in Portugal and Greece demonstrated his ability behind the wheel and he ended the season fourth.
He steps up to WRC2 this season, once again driving a Toksport Fabia with regular co-driver Ross Whittock alongside.
|Date of Birth||07.07.1994|
|First WRC rally||2013 (Wales Rally GB)|
|WRC2 stage wins||2|
|WRC3 stage wins||8|