Current co-driver: Julien Ingrassia
2011 World Rally Championship with the Citroen Total WRT - using a DS3 WRC.
2010 World Rally Championship with the Citroen Junior Team and the Citroen Total WRT - in a C4 WRC. 4th in drivers' standings. Scored 167 points. Results: 5th in Sweden, 3rd in Mexico, 6th in Jordan, 4th in Turkey, 2nd in New Zealand, 1st in Portugal, 4th in Bulgaria, 2nd in Finland, 3rd in Germany, 1st in Japan, 6th in France, 10th in Spain, retired in Wales (went off).
Promoted to the Citroen Total WRT for the gravel events in Finland, Japan and Wales.
2009 World Rally Championship with the Citroen Junior Team - in a C4 WRC. 8th in drivers' standings. Scored 24 points. Results: 6th in Ireland, 10th in Norway, retired in Cyprus (accident), 17th in Portugal, 7th in Argentina, retired in Sardinia (suspension), 2nd in Greece, retired in Poland (engine), 6th in Finland, 5th in Australia, 5th in Spain, retired in Wales (mechanical).
IRC: Won the Rallye Monte Carlo in a Peugeot 2007 S2000 competing with the BF Goodrich Drivers Team.
2008 Junior World Rally Championship with Equipe de France FFSA-PH Sport-Citroen (C2 S1600) - Champion. Scored 42 points (Posted 50 stages wins in the J-WRC).
Results: 1st in Mexico (and 8th overall - first J-WRC driver to ever score 'senior' points); 1st in Jordan; 5th in Sardinia; 1st in Germany; retired in Spain; 2nd in France.
Made full World Rally Car debut on Wales Rally GB. Won first stage and led until SS6. Crashed out on day 2. Restarted under SupeRally on day 3. Classified in 26th place overall.
35th overall on the Rally Finland in a C2-R2 MAX. Also used a C2-R2 MAX on the Ulster Rally (13th overall) and the Rallye du Condroz in Belgium (retired - gearbox).
2007 Won Peugeot's Volant 206 single-make series.
2006 Began rallying. Competed in Peugeot's Volant 206 single-make series. 6th overall.
2005 Prize winner of the Rallye Jeunes FFSA team.