Our Drivers

Catie Munnings

Catie Munnings

STATS
DOB 15/11/1997
Height 170cm
Born Ashford, UK
Weight 55kg
FAVOURITE
Race car VW Polo R WRC
Driver Ayrton Senna
Road car Porsche 911 3.2 G50
Circuit Rally Cyprus
HOBBIES
Skiing, photography, wildlife, sports and travelling
BIOGRAPHY

Catie Munnings is a British rally driver who started competing from a young age. In 2016 and at just 18-years-old, Catie won the European Rally Championship Ladies' trophy. In 2017 and 2018, she claimed a series of stage class victories while also forging a successful TV career as the host of CBeebies show, Catie’s Amazing Machines. In 2020, Catie made her debut in the FIA World Rally Championship.

Racing Statistics

2020: FIA Junior World Rally Championship

2019: FIA European Rally Championship

2018: FIA European Rally Championship

2017: FIA European Rally Championship

2016: FIA European Rally Championship

Titles Won

2019: Winner, FIA Ladies' Category at Rally Liepaja

2018: 4th place overall, 2WD FIA European Rally Championship                      

2018: Runner-up, FIA European Rally Championship Ladies’ Trophy                        

2017: Runner-up, FIA European Rally Championship Ladies’ Trophy                  

2016: Winner, FIA European Rally Championship Ladies’ Trophy

Timmy Hansen

Timmy Hansen

STATS
DOB 21/05/1992
Height 179cm
Born Gotene, Sweden
Weight 75kg
FAVOURITE
Race car Dad's Citroen Xsara Rallycross car
Driver Kevin Hansen
Road car My camper van
Circuit Nitro Rallycross circuit, Utah Motorsport campus, Salt Lake City
HOBBIES
All things pizza-related!
BIOGRAPHY

Timmy Hansen began his motorsport career in karting and circuit racing before switching his focus to rallycross from 2012. After finishing third overall and winning Rookie of the Year in the 2013 European Rallycross Championship, the following year Timmy made the step up to the FIA World Rallycross Championship, taking his maiden win in Italy before finishing fourth in the standings.

More wins came for the Swede in the following years, including finishing runner-up in the World RX in 2015 with Team Peugeot, with Hansen taking the Team World Championship title. He finished sixth in the 2018 championship and in 2019, he recorded four wins, clinching both the Drivers and Teams title, alongside his brother and team mate, Kevin Hansen.

Racing Statistics

2019: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2018: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2017: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2016: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2015: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2014: FIA World Rallycross Championship

2013: FIA European Rallycross Championship

2012: FIA European Rallycross Championship

2011: Formula Renault 2.0

2010: Formula BMW Europe

Titles Won

2020: 3rd, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title

2019: FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ and Teams’ Overall Champion

2018: 6th, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title

2017: 5th, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title

2016: 6th, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title

2015: Runner-up, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title; Teams’ Overall Champion with Team Peugeot-Hansen

2014: 4th, FIA World Rallycross Championship Drivers’ Title

2013: Rookie of the Year, FIA European Rallycross Championship