|Name||Dylan Hugues Noël|
|Date of Birth||26.06.1998|
|Birthplace||Epinal, Vosges, France|
|First WRC Game||WRC II Extreme|
|Archievments||2019 rally Australia Winner / 2019 team world champion with Race Clutch / season 4 world finalist / season 4 online season runner-up / season 3 1st on XBOX|
"As a huge rally fan since my early childhood, i always lived with rally in mind. In 2002, i was 3 years old and i started to go regularly see rallies in east of France where a couple of years later WRC rally of France took place.
My first rally fan experiences matched perfectly with the rise of a young and french rally driver: Sebastien Loeb, i grew up with his exploits and him as a model like a lot of other rally fans. But in the same time my father learned me to play rally video games and that's where i started my WRC games journey. In 2004, I went to my first WRC event in Germany, according to my father we had a talk with Sebastien Loeb and Carlos Sainz but i can't remember this moment, WRC atmosphere was really special and i have also in memory the huge crash of my second rally model: Gilles Panizzi.
In 2008, i had my first and only karting competition which was the amateur French cup final near Paris.
From 2012 to 2016, i build myself a competitor mind practicing Windsurf and i took part to few French championships and an European championship, i also became Windsurf instructor in the same time. But my real love was rally so in 2017, i tried to qualify for Rallye Jeune final in Lyon with no success at the end but on the same day a simracing competition on WRC 5 was organized by Michelin, so i joined the competition and i won it and that's when i realized that i might be good in esports WRC.
So in 2018, i joined esports WRC with Race Clutch team and i finished first XBOX player for my first season before switching to PC in 2019 to achieve my first world final qualification and team championship title. Of course i always have in my mind the real thing and i will continue to improve my skills on the virtual side to help me for the day i will sit in a real rally car."