François Duval

For other people with the same name, see François Duval (disambiguation).

François Duval

François Duval at the 2006 Rally of Turkey.

Personal information

Nationality
Belgian

Born
(1980-11-18) 18 November 1980 (age 36)

World Rally Championship record

Active years
2000–2008, 2010

Teams
Ford, Citroën, Škoda, Stobart

Rallies
84

Championships
0

Rally wins
1

Podiums
14

Stage wins
55

Total points
172

First rally
2001 Rally Portugal

First win
2005 Rally Australia

Last win
2005 Rally Australia

Last rally

2010 Rallye Deutschland

FIA World Rallycross Championship

Years active
2014–2016

Former teams
Ecurie Bayard ASBL
Marklund Motorsport

Starts
3

Wins
0

Podiums
0

FIA European Rallycross Championship

Years active
2009–2012, 2014–2015

Former teams
Ecurie Bayard ASBL
Marklund Motorsport

Starts
7

Wins
1

Podiums
1

Best finish
12th in 2010 (Division 1)

François Duval (born 18 November 1980) is a Belgian rally driver.

Contents

1 Career

1.1 1999–2004
1.2 2005–2008

2 WRC victories
3 Racing record

3.1 Complete WRC results
3.2 Complete JWRC results
3.3 Complete Intercontinental Rally Challenge results
3.4 Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

3.4.1 Division 1
3.4.2 Supercar

3.5 Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

3.5.1 Supercar

4 References
5 External links

Career[edit]
1999–2004[edit]

Duval in a Ford Puma at the 2001 Rally Finland

With victories in four events Duval won the Belgian Citroën Saxo Challenge title in 1999. He began his career as a rally driver at the international level; first, as a driver in the inaugural season of the lower-rung Super 1600 category of the World Rally Championship and later competed in the Junior World Rally Championship aboard a Ford Puma in 2001, the same year in which Saxo driver and future Citroën team-mate Sébastien Loeb won the title. Beginning with the 2002 season, he progressed to become a regular driver of a Ford Focus RS WRC with the factory M-Sport-ran Ford World Rally Team. Concurrent with his World Rally Car exploits, he added a second campaign with the Puma in the junior series, taking a category win on the Monte Carlo Rally.

Duval-Prevot 2004 Monte-Carlo

For the 2003 season, Duval found himself promoted to the role of regular Ford points-scorer in the manufacturers’ championship, alongside Estonian youngster Markko Märtin after the double departure from the team of both Col
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