Harry Rovanpera, Mads Ostberg, Matthew James Wilson, Adrian Formo, Neil Sollans, Mickey Shell, Sebastian Borbeau are the drivers confirmed so far for the next date from 1-3 April at the Rally of Nations.
Harry Rovanpera’s return to the dirt roads of Guanajuato was undoubtedly predictable, because after a decade of retirement from motorsports, he faced the challenge of returning and running the stages in Mexico. Harry was the first driver to win the Rally Mexico in 2002.
On the other hand, the Norwegian driver, Mads Ostberg, returns to Mexico, the first time he has competed in the Rally of Nations format. Nordic countries had the opportunity to already get acquainted with the dirt roads of the Aztec lands; Ostberg has 6 entries in the Guanajuato Mexico Rally, as well as two podiums, adding 134 Rally World Rally Championships for Team Citroën and M-Sport.
Matthew James Wilson will also be present at the Rally of Nations representing the UK, who was the M-Sport driver, and will tour the Guanajuato dirt road.
Adrien Fourmaux, who left his medical career to pursue his passion for motorsports, will also be in April to compete in the Rally of Nations for the first time, having had a good season with M-Sport Ford in the World Rally Championship.
The Spanish driver, Neil Solans, is another driver to be added to the list to be able to compete in this form of the Rally of Nations alongside his driver Marc Marti Moreno, who will accompany him in search of victory on this date. .
Miki Schelle, also joins the list of riders who will be on these dates, it’s the first time Schelle has run Guanajuato’s land sections. Looking forward to the championship, Mickey will be alongside his assistant, Lena Mitter.
Finally, Sebastian Borbo, the pilot looking to leave his name and his native Romania, who comes off the ice to test himself on the dirt.