WRC » Conrad Rautenbach
Current co-driver: David Senior.
2009 World Rally Championship with the Citroen Junior Team using a C4 WRC. Results: 18th in Ireland, retired in Norway (engine), 6th in Cyprus, retired in Portugal, retired in Argentina, retired in Sardinia, 5th in Greece, 8th in Poland, retired in Finland (crashed).
IRC: Sata Rally Açores in a Peugeot 207 S2000. 7th overall.
2008 World Rally Championship with a PH Sport-run Citroen. 15th in drivers' standings, 6 points. Begun season in a Xsara and then switched to a C4 after Sweden. Results: Retired on Monte (crashed out in final SSS), 16th in Sweden, 16th in Mexico, 4th in Argentina, 26th in Jordan (under SupeRally), 13th in Sardinia, 10th in Greece, 8th in Turkey, 10th in Finland, 13th in Germany, retired in NZ (mechanical), retired in Spain, 14th in France, retired in Japan, 15th in Wales.
2007 Junior Rally Championship with a Citroen C2 S1600. 8th in championship. Scored 16 points. Notable results: 4th in Finland; 3rd in Germany; 5th in Spain; 8th in France.
Contested Rally GB in a Citroen Xsara WRC. Did not finish. Went off the road on day 2 in SS8.
FIA African Rally Championship. Champion.
Tesco 99 Octane MSA British Rally Championship. 12th overall in a Citroen C2. Scored 37 points.
2006 Junior World Rally Championship with a Renault Clio S1600. 5th in championship. Scored 25 points. 3 podiums.
Tesco 99 Octane MSA British Rally Championship with a Subaru Impreza. Junior Champion.
2005 Junior World Rally Championship with a Citroen C2. 12th in championship. Scored 7 points.
2004 Junior World Rally Championship. 17th in championship. Scored 2 points.
FIA African Rally Championship. 2wd champion.
2001 Aged 16 years and seven months became possibly the youngest person in the world to score FIA championship points when he finished seventh overall on the Zimbabwe Challenge Rally - a round of the African Rally Championship.