Teaser Image

Julien Ingrassia

Co-Driver profile

Career Summary

Info

Nationality:  FRA
Date of Birth: 26.11.1979
Age: 39
Birthplace: Aix-en-Provence
First Rally: 2007, Monte Carlo
Rally Wins: 39

Season 2019

Classification: WRC
Car No: 1
Car: CITROËN C3 WRC
Team: Citroën Total World Rally Team
Driver: Sébastien Ogier
Points: 217
Standing: 3
Rally Wins: 3
Retirements: 0
Podiums: 7

Social Media

Reigning world champion co-driver Julien Ingrassia began his navigational career in 2002 in the popular club-level rally scene in his native France.

His rallying became more serious in 2004 with a season in the Volant Peugeot 206 series, but things really took a step up in 2006 when he began a relationship with rising star Sébastien Ogier.

They became Junior world champions together in 2008 and made their World Rally Car debut with Citroën the same year. A factory-supported programme with the French manufacturer followed in 2009, before promotion to the works team in 2010, during which the pair took their first WRC rally win in Portugal.

In 2011 Ingrassia and Ogier won a further five world championship rallies, and were in the fight for the title with Sébastien Loeb until the team asked the pair to back off.

Relations with Loeb and Citroën soured, and in 2012 Ingrassia followed Ogier to Volkswagen on a long-term deal. After spending the season learning the events in a Skoda Fabia Super 2000, the pair burst back to the world stage with the Polo R in 2013 – with devastating results.

They clinched a maiden world title at their home event in France in a season that delivered nine wins, and added a second crown in 2014 with a further eight victories.

The success story continued in 2015 with eight wins and a third consecutive title, and it was a similar story in 2016 when they secured a fourth title with six wins.

But the season ended with a twist after Volkswagen's shock withdrawal left the champions without a drive for 2017. After eleventh-hour negotiations, Ingrassia and Ogier selected M-Sport, and it's all-new Fiesta World Rally Car for 2017.

It proved a wise choice, and the pair secured title wins in 2017 and 208 before returning to Citroën Total World Rally team for 2019.


His rallying became more serious in 2004 with a season in the Volant Peugeot 206 series, but things really took a step up in 2006 when he began a relationship with rising star Sébastien Ogier.

They became Junior world champions together in 2008 and made their World Rally Car debut with Citroën the same year. A factory-supported programme with the French manufacturer followed in 2009, before promotion to the works team in 2010, during which the pair took their first WRC rally win in Portugal.

In 2011 Ingrassia and Ogier won a further five world championship rallies, and were in the fight for the title with Sébastien Loeb until the team asked the pair to back off.

Relations with Loeb and Citroën soured, and in 2012 Ingrassia followed Ogier to Volkswagen on a long-term deal. After spending the season learning the events in a Skoda Fabia Super 2000, the pair burst back to the world stage with the Polo R in 2013 – with devastating results.

They clinched a maiden world title at their home event in France in a season that delivered nine wins, and added a second crown in 2014 with a further eight victories.

The success story continued in 2015 with eight wins and a third consecutive title, and it was a similar story in 2016 when they secured a fourth title with six wins.

But the season ended with a twist after Volkswagen's shock withdrawal left the champions without a drive for 2017. After eleventh-hour negotiations, Ingrassia and Ogier selected M-Sport, and it's all-new Fiesta World Rally Car for 2017.

It proved a wise choice, and the pair secured title wins in 2017 and 208 before returning to Citroën Total World Rally team for 2019.

Rally Classification Driver Rank Points
Rallye Monte-Carlo WRC Sébastien Ogier 1. 25+4
Rally Guanajuato México WRC Sébastien Ogier 1. 25+5
Corsica Linea - Tour de Corse WRC Sébastien Ogier 2. 18+1
Xion Rally Argentina WRC Sébastien Ogier 3. 15+5
COPEC Rally Chile WRC Sébastien Ogier 2. 18+4
Rally Sweden WRC Sébastien Ogier 11. 0+2
Vodafone Rally de Portugal WRC Sébastien Ogier 3. 15+5
Neste Rally Finland WRC Sébastien Ogier 5. 10+2
ADAC Rallye Deutschland WRC Sébastien Ogier 7. 6+1
Rally Turkey WRC Sébastien Ogier 1. 25+3
RallyRACC Catalunya - Rally de Espana WRC Sébastien Ogier 8. 4+1

WRC+

Tour de Corse

Social media