Adrien Fourmaux will no longer have Renaud Jamoul at his side as navigator for the remaining rallies of the 2021 season that see him engaged in the FIA WRC.
The M-Sport driver announced his separation from the co-driver on Wednesday after the conclusion of the Acropolis Rally in Greece, in which the two finished seventh overall in the Ford Fiesta WRC Plus last weekend.
“After almost three years I will part with Renaud – wrote Fourmaux on Twitter – The story began in a service area of the motorway and ended after the Acropolis of the WRC”.
“It was a great adventure we faced together and I must say thank you for bringing me to my international debut, accepting to be my navigator in a period when I was young and aggressive”.
“First of all thank you for taking me to the WRC to get the fastest times, after we had won the ERC in the Canary Islands together. But also for the laughs and the omelettes at the” Jamoulaux “that we ate every morning in the rallies.”
“I wish you the best for the future, convinced that you will still get great results! Thanks Renaud! ”.
For the moment it has not yet been said who will be the co-driver who will take the place of the 37-year-old Belgian in the Ford of Fourmaux, who as known was promoted to the first category of the World Championship after having cut his teeth in WRC2 and ERC with the Rally2 cars (ex-R5) of the M-Sport.