|Date of Birth:||29.08.1978|
|First Rally:||2004, Catalunya|
|Team:||Citroen Total Abu Dhabi WRT|
Paul Nagle was exposed to rallying from an early age: his father was a national-level co-driver and a key figure in organising events near the family home in Ireland.
Following his rally debut in 1997, Nagle’s big break came in 2002 when he became the Peugeot Super Cup champion co-driver alongside Garry Jennings, gaining experience of competing in the UK and France in the process.
After several seasons competing in his native Ireland, he scored a fine sixth overall alongside Gareth MacHale in Mexico in 2006 but a heavy crash in Sardinia the following season curtailed their WRC campaign.
He teamed up with Kris Meeke to win the Intercontinental Rally Challenge in 2009 and finish third in 2010 in a Peugeot 207, performances which earned them a place in Mini’s new WRC team for 2011.
Budget issues squeezed them out of the programme and Nagle linked up with Craig Breen for the second part of 2012, following the death of Gareth Roberts, and guided him to the SWRC title.
Nagle replaced the injured Mikko Markkula for two rallies alongside Andreas Mikkelsen in 2013 before returning to Meeke’s side when the Ulsterman earned a full WRC programme with Citroën at the start of 2014.
|Rallye Monte Carlo||WRC||Kris Meeke||10.||1+3|
|Rally Sweden||WRC||Kris Meeke||7.||6|
|Rally Guanajuato México||WRC||Kris Meeke||16.||0|
|Xion Rally Argentina||WRC||Kris Meeke||1.||25|
|Vodafone Rally de Portugal||WRC||Kris Meeke||4.||12|
|Rally Italia Sardegna||WRC||Kris Meeke||24.||0|
|LOTOS 72nd Rally Poland||WRC||Kris Meeke||7.||6|
|Neste Oil Rally Finland||WRC||Kris Meeke||18.||0+1|
|ADAC Rallye Deutschland||WRC||Kris Meeke||12.||2|
|Coates Hire Rally Australia||WRC||Kris Meeke||3.||15|
|Tour de Corse Rallye de France||WRC||Kris Meeke||4.||12|
|RallyRACC Catalunya-Costa Daurada||WRC||Kris Meeke||5.||10+1|
|Wales Rally GB||WRC||Kris Meeke||2.||18|
|2013||WRC||2||0||0||0||Ford Fiesta S2000||14||13.|