The M-Sport crew have introduced that Adrien Fourmaux will crew up with Alexandre Coria for Rally Finland within the WRC subsequent month. In the midst of the week, the French driver introduced that he was separating from his co-driver Renaud Jamoul, with whom he labored for greater than three years. The 2 males notably completed in seventh place within the Acropolis Rally final weekend, earlier than citing a personality incompatibility.
Alexandre Coria will succeed Renaud Jamoul for the Finnish spherical of the WRC, scheduled for October 1 to three. It will likely be a primary alternative at this degree for the Frenchman, who can be Yohan Rossel’s co-driver in WRC3. The latter won’t be in competitors on this rally. Adrien Fourmaux will then have to seek out who to crew up with for the final two rounds of the season, in Catalonia after which in Monza.
“I’m very comfortable to announce that Alex Coria might be by my facet in Finland”, he confirms. “A giant problem awaits us there and we’ll do our greatest to carry out. Heaps to find in the identical occasion, however I’ve at all times appreciated to tackle challenges!”
New co-driver additionally for Oliver Solberg
The adjustments of co-driver don’t solely concern the Habs this week since in WRC2, Oliver Solberg has additionally introduced his separation from Aaron Johnston, once more after three years of collaboration.
“After nearly three incredible years working with Aaron Johnston, we determined to take a distinct path.”, mentioned the Norwegian. “We now have so many superb recollections collectively: our victory at Rally Alūksne in 2019, the Latvian Championship title in 2019, profitable with Subaru Motorsports USA; our official WRC debut and our first-class victory, the Junior ERC1 title in 2020 and our latest victory at Rally di Alba. It was an unimaginable time and one which I’ll always remember. I need to thank Aaron for all his onerous work and professionalism throughout these three years, and I want him the perfect for the to come back up.”
For now, Aaron Johnston’s successor for the final rallies of the season has not been named.