Guy Wilks


Honours: Double British Rally Champion (2007, 2008)

Born: 22 January 1981

Home: Darlington, County Durham

Family: Partner Sarah, baby Florence Amilie

Road car: Peugeot RCZ

Interests: Motorsport, golf, shooting, travel, his family

First rally: The 2000 Jack Frost Stages at Croft, Ford Ka (14th overall) with co-driver Darren Wilcox


Phil Pugh


Welshman Pughy joined Guy for the 2003 Junior World Rally Championship and has been by his side ever since.

His ability to stay cool and calm and deliver precise note reading under pressure is unrivalled. Guy is always quick to praise him as the 'unsung hero'.

Honours: 2007 British Rally Champion

Born: 27 August 1970

Home: Tywyn, mid Wales

Family: Married to Sharon with four children (Will, Ela and twins Tili and Beth)

Road car: Peugeot 4007

Interests: Motorsport, rugby, football, his family

First rally: 1987 Rali Bro Dyfi (road rally), Fiat 128 with Alwyn Jones


Kronos Racing


For the third year running, Peugeot UK are working with Kronos Racing to prepare and support a Peugeot 207 S2000 in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC).

The Peugeot 207 S2000 Evolution is the latest offering from the most successful manufacturer in the IRC, with, to date, 20 rally wins to its credit.

The 207 Evolution model benefits from a number of performance enhancements including a new 300bhp engine, new front suspension, optimised gearbox and transmission, upgraded brakes and suspension dampers. These modifications will ensure the Peugeot 207 S2000 remains the reference vehicle for the category.

Kronos Racing, founded by Marc Van Dalen and Jean-Pierre Mondron in 1994, is the most successful private team in the sport.

It won the World Rally Championship with Sebastien Loeb in 2006 - scoring eight wins and four second places in 12 rallies.

Belgium-based Kronos also guided Nicolas Vouilloz to the 2008 IRC title and Kris Meeke (Peugeot UK) to the 2009 IRC crown.

Peugeot 207

PEUGEOT UK 207 S2000

Engine: 1998cc
Power: 300bhp
Torque (Nm): 250
Transmission: 4 wheel drive
Gearbox: 6-speed sequential
Differential: 3 automatic locking differentials
Suspension: McPherson struts with Peugeot dampers
Front brakes: Brembo 4 piston calipers
Diameter: 300mm (tarmac), 355mm (loose surface)
Rear brakes: Brembo 4 piston calipers
Diameter: 300mm (tarmac and loose surface)
Wheels: 18in (tarmac), 15in (loose surface)

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