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Per-Gunnar (P-G) Andersson
Nationality Sweden
Date of Birth 10 March, 1980
Codriver Jonas Andersson
Grew up under rally driver father, started rally cross when he was 15 years old. On first year in JWRC, winning 3 rounds and became a champion.
His favorite time is skiing, snow boarding, and water skiing.
- Career -
1990
Starts driving in rallycross with a Saab 99.
1999
Starts rallying in a Volkswagen Golf. Wins 12 local events.
2000
:Moves on to a Group N Seat Ibiza. Wins junior class in two Swedish Championship rallies.
2001
Sticks with the Seat but it's an unlucky season with no meaningful results.
2002
Wins Norwegian Group N Championship in a Group N Renault Clio. Runner-up in the Swedish Group N Championship. World Rally Championship debut in Sweden, wins class.
2003
Moves on to Super 1600 Renault Clio. Wins Swedish Super 1600 Championship. Leads Super 1600 in Finland and finishes 6th in Sanremo. Also contests Catalunya and Britain.
2004
Joins Suzuki. Wins Junior World Rally Championship and Swedish Super 1600 title.
2005
Entered from MSE, 14 rounds. Winning the 4th round of JWRC, Acropolis Rally. Top contender on every events. For 2006, aim is to achieve JWRC title.








Guy Wilks
Nationality United Kingdom
Date of Birth 22 January, 1981
Codriver Phil Pugh
All of the UK are now watching Guy Wilk's run, since he is now the leading UK driver in WRC. Making his debut on year 2000, every year gaining a speed and being top contender.
Favorite time is running, fitness, and cycling.
- Career -
2000
Starts rallying in Ford Ka one-make series in Britain. Becomes Ka Junior Champion.
2001
Moves on to Ford Puma 1400 Championship in Britain, following the British Championship calendar. Finishes runner-up.
2002
Moves on to British Super 1600 Championship in Ford Puma, contesting international events. Finishes 3rd in Super 1600. Also competes on two Junior World Rally Championship events: Germany and Great Britain. Sets top-four times in Germany before retiring; finishes 7th on Rally GB.
2003
Junior World Rally Championship with Ford Puma. Finishes sixth in championship.
2004
Junior World Rally Championship with Suzuki. Finishes third in championship. Wins British Super 1600 Championship
2005
Entered from MSE, 14 rounds. Being top contender on every event. Winning the 2nd round of JWRC, Corona Rally Mexico. Unfortunately, finishing the championship series 2nd place. Willing to become the champion for 2006.


 
 
 
 
   
 
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