The Racing Factory to debut in WRC2
The Racing Factory, an emerging and innovative team in the world of motorsport, will make its debut in the challenging World Rally Championship (WRC2) by taking part in the historic Rallye Monte-Carlo from January 25th to the 28th.
This milestone comes just five years after the team’s founding, demonstrating exceptional growth in a short period of time. The Racing Factory will be represented by renowned British driver Chris Ingram, who was titled winner of the European Rally Championship (ERC) in 2019, a choice that underlines the team’s ambition and commitment to xcellence in the sport.
In the words of The Racing Factory CEO, Aloísio Monteiro, “Our entry into WRC2 with participation in the Rallye Monte-Carlo is a testament to the hard work, dedication and passion that defines our team. Over the course of five years, we have transformed from a mere ambition into a firmly established reality within the world of motorsport. We are proud to take this significant step forward with a driver of Chris Ingram’s caliber.”
The Rallye Monte-Carlo, known for being one of the most demanding events on the WRC calendar, presents unique challenges, including unpredictable weather conditions and various terrain configurations. This competition will serve as an ideal stage for The Racing Factory to illustrate its technical and strategic prowess, reaffirming its place in the international rally scene.
The WRC2 debut is a milestone in The Racing Factory’s history and an important step for Portuguese motorsport, highlighting Portugal’s ability to produce competitive teams in world-class events.
- The Racing Factory, an emerging and innovative team in the world of motorsport, will make its debut in the World Rally Championship (WRC2).
- The team will compete in the historic Rallye Monte-Carlo from January 25th to the 28th.
British driver Chris Ingram alongside co-pilot Hannah McKillop will represent The Racing Factory.
- The Racing Factory CEO, Aloisio Monteiro, expressed his confidence in the duo.
- Ingram was titled winner of the European Rally Championship (ERC) in 2019, the first British driver to do so in 52 years.
- The Rallye Monte-Carlo is known for being one of the most demanding events on the WRC calendar, with unpredictable weather conditions and various terrain configurations.