Top 5 WRC drivers in 2017

Sébastien Ogier was born on 17 December 1983. He is a French rally driver for M-Sport Ford in the World Rally Championship. His teammate is Julien Ingrassia. He is the current World Rally Drivers’ champion. He won the title for five times, from 2013 to 2017. He is the second most successful WRC driver with 41 victories and five WRC titles. Thanks to his mentality, he managed to make his fifth title, celebrating the success at Wales Rally GB.

Thierry Jean Neuville was born on 16 June 1988 in Belgium. He is a driver for Hyundai in WRC with his co-driver was Nicolas. The race was characterized by changing conditions, but as the first man Andreas Mikkelsen struck a double point, Neville approached Latval, which was the most compelling competition. The victory meant that Neuwile secured the second place in the general placement for the third time in his career.

Ott Tanak was born on 15 October 1987 is Estonia . He is currently in Toyota team with Martin Järveoja . Tänak started the year well. He was third in Monte Carlo and Argentina and second in Sweden. In Portugal finish 4th. The Estonian finished the year with third place in Spain, sixth place in Wales and second in Australia, to finish on third place general placement in the WRC behind ex-teammate Ogier and Thierry Neuville.

Jari-Matti Latvala was born 3 April 1985 is a Finland. His teammate is Miikka Anttila since 2003. He is an aggressive driver, and many people compare hi to Collin McRae. With 17 race victories in the WRC, he is the most successful driver who has n’t won a championship. He won at Sweden, second at Monte Carlo and Italy, and a fourth place at Corsica. He finished fourth in general placement, behind Ford drivers Ogier and Ott Tänak, and Hyundai driver Neuville.

Elfyn Rhys Evans Welsh rally driver was born 28 December 1988). In 2017, Elfyn joined again to the M-Sport World Rally Team to drive DMACK car. He started the season sixth in Monte Carlo and then in Sweden. After two disappointing races in Mexico and Corsica, at race number five in Argentina he finished second, he lost his first victory just for 0.7 seconds to Neuville. In Finland, another second place. In Wales, his home, Evans took advantage of  DMACK tires and won his first race in the season. He finished the championship in fifth place by the points.