Adrien Fourmaux

Adrien Fourmaux
Adrien Fourmaux. Photo by: M-Sport Ford WRT
Date of birth03.05.1995
TeamM-Sport Ford
Co-driverAlexandre Coria
WRC starts50
First eventMonte-Carlo 2019
Total victories0
First win-
Stage wins7
Power Stage wins1
Total points137
2023 season ranking20.
Championship wins0

Stats updated 16/05/2024


Adrien Fourmaux is the latest French driver to secure his spot in the main class of the World Rally Championship. In the 2021 season, Fourmaux drove a Ford WRC car for the first time.

Fourmaux has quickly risen to the elite of the rally world. He won the French rally series junior championship in 2018, and the following season he competed in the WRC2 with support from the French motorsport federation. Fourmaux made an impressive appearance in the 2019 season-opening Monte Carlo World Rally, finishing second in his class.

The Frenchman began his collaboration with M-Sport in the 2020 season and continued competing in the WRC2 class. During the season, Fourmaux took three second place finishes and ended up third in the class’s final points standings.

In the 2021 season, Fourmaux shared M-Sport’s second Ford Fiesta WRC car with Teemu Suninen. His WRC debut occurred at the Croatia Rally, where the Frenchman finished fifth. For the rest of the season, Fourmaux received more driving responsibilities in the WRC car after Suninen decided to leave the team following the Belgian round.

The 2022 season was bleak for Fourmaux, with ten WRC rallies yielding only 13 points. He accumulated a hefty six retirements. In 2023, Fourmaux had to give up his spot in the factory team.

In the 2023 season, Fourmaux competed in the WRC2 class driving a Ford Fiesta Rally2 car. The Frenchman performed well on the WRC2 side and even got to drive the Ford Puma Rally1 car in the season’s final rally in Japan. However, his return to the main class ended in disappointment when Fourmaux crashed out on the second special stage, leading to an early retirement from the event.