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GRC Athletes

Tanner Foust

Twitter: @TannerFoust

A lifelong car enthusiast, Tanner Foust traded seat time at the track for work while he was in college but it was on the country roads in Scotland where he first learned to drive. 

Foust has a record of top finishes including three X Game gold medals and two Formula Drift championships. 

Alongside comedian and car buff Adam Ferrara and NASCAR racing analyst Rutledge Wood, he hosts the US version of the seminal British motoring show, Top Gear where he proves his tireless passion for racing and fast cars.

Sverre Isachsen

Sverre Isachsen

In 2010, Isachsen won a European Championship,
Nordic Championship and Norwegian Championship.

Isachsen is known for his very aggressive driving style and is called “The Viking Warrior” in the United States.

Isachsen has been a dominant force in rallycross since debuting in 1989.

Marcus Dodd

Marcus Dodd

Dodd is a Five-time British Rally Champion
and currently resides in Poole, UK.

Andy Scott

Andy Scott

Andy Scott has a growing reputation as one of Europe’s best rallycross exports following his impressive rise through the ranks in just four years.

Andy’s stellar 2011 season culminated in the MSA British Rallycross Vice-Champion crown with three victories, four podiums and six top-eight finishes.

With the exciting new alliance with rallycross legend Per Eklund seeing the birth of Scott-Eklund Racing, Andy has his eyes on taking the Global RallyCross crown in 2012.

Toomas Heikinen

Toomas Heikinen

Twitter: @Heikkinen57

Heikinen is the youngest driver in the Global Rallycross lineup at 20 years old.

Finland Native.

Heikinen finished sixth overall in his debut season in the European Rallycross series in 2011 and won the Finish Rallycross Championship in 2010.

David Binks

David Binks

Twitter: @bestbuyrallyx

David Binks is the the driver of the #17 Best Buy Racing Ford Fiesta. Raised in the north of England David first competed in rallycross at just 16 in a Mini. His first Championship soon followed.

David partnered with Best Buy in his homeland last year and finished third in the British Championship. Known for his smooth style and great car control, David is looking forward to a great show in Texas.

Ken Block

Ken Block

Twitter: @kblock43

Ever seen Gymkhana? This is the dude behind the wheel of the car.  Ever heard of DC shoes? This dude co-founded the company.

Block is a pioneer in the sport boasting a healthy ten overall wins, numerous podium appearances as well as X Games medals. In January 2010, he formed the Monster World Rally Team and became the first American to campaign in the World Rally Championship

Going down in history as the master of “hooning,” Ken Block continues to wow the world with his ability to drive “recklessly” so well.

Brian Deegan

Brian Deegan

Twitter: @mmgeneral

Known as a rebel in the world of action sports, “The General” isn’t all talk but might be all metal. Meet Brian Deegan.

In both supercross and freestyle, Deegan quickly earned a bad to the bone reputation starting with a supercross race in 1997 where he won by “ghost riding” his bike across the finish line leaving the AMA scratching their heads. 

Deegan’s list of achievements include 13 X Games medals, two championships in the off-road trucking world, landing the first 360 in freestyle motocross and founding Metal Mulisha, a freestyle team with attitude. 

Dave Mirra

Dave Mirra

Twitter: @davemirra

Wildly contributed with taking BMX mainstream, Dave Mirra holds the record for most X Games medals.

It was when he was spotted doing a difficult trick in a parking lot that Dave Mirra landed his first sponsorship and begin his career in BMX. Mirra was nicknamed the “Miracle Boy” for his ability to defy gravity and change people’s minds about what can and can’t be done on a bike.

It was after friend, Ken Block, introduced him to Rally that he became hooked.  In 2008, Mirra earned an X Games medal in his rally debut.

Marcus Gronholm

Bucky Lasek

Twitter: @buckylasek

Lasek first picked up a skateboard at the age of 12 after his bike was stolen and went on to become known as one of the best skateboarders in the world.

Charles Michael "Bucky" Lasek holds the highest score in X Games Skateboarding Vert history with a 98.50 and has won 10 X Games medals, including 6 gold.

An avid car guy, Lasek first put in laps at the track when he needed time away from the ramp.

Marcus Gronholm

Marcus Grönholm

Grönholm is a two-time World Rally Champion.

A late-comer to rally, Grönholm spent his teens competing in motocross before a knee injury ended his career.

Nicknamed “Bosse,” Grönholm may be a veteran on the track but is not to be taken lightly with over 60 podiums to his name.

Liam Doran

Liam Doran

Twitter: @LiamDoran3

Racing since 14, Doran is a second-generation rallycross competitor. His father, Pat Doran, is a British Champion and his family owns Lydden Hill Circuit -- where the first rallycross event was held back in the 1960s.

As an underdog, Doran won a gold medal at X Games 17 in rally.

Doran is known for his fearless, flat out driving style.

Rhys Millen

Rhys Millen

Twitter: @RhysMillen

Keeping it in the family, Rhys Millen, son of rally champion and Rod Millen has been racing since, well, forever.

New Zealand native, Rhys Millen, joined his father in the United States as a teenager and quickly earned the nickname “Mad Skills” for his amazing car control skills. 

With over 20 years of racing experience, Millen’s early accomplishments include setting class records three years in a row world up the Famous Pikes Peak thus launching his long-time success as an off-road racer and numerous podiums in drifting. 

Travis Pastrana

Travis Pastrana

Twitter: @TravisPastrana

A self-proclaimed “Pro Everything,” there really isn’t anything the freakishly talented Travis Pastrana can’t do.

Notable achievements include 5 U.S. amateur motocross championships, a supercross championship, landing the first Double Backflip at the X Games in 2006 and going on to become known as one of most successful competitors in the history of X Games with over 10 medals. 

Enter four wheels here. Pastrana has won 3 consecutive championships in the Rally America Series and joined the world of NASCAR.

Stephen Verdier

Stephen Verdier

Twitter: @stephanverdier

In 1993 Verdier came out on top after competing against 1200 applicants in the Brigdeston Driver search. He then went on to compete in various formula, rallycross and drifting races.

A true speed demon at heart, Verdier is also a junior world speed skiing record holder and ranked 5th in the world for SkierCross in 2001.

Verdier is one of the few athletes’ to challenge both winter and summer X-Games and 2010 he placed 4th overall in RallyCross at X-Games 16.

Joseph Burke

Joseph Burke

Twitter: @josephburke

Burke was just 17 when he started competing and on his 18th birthday he became the youngest U.S. competitor ever to win a rally (Black River Stages regional). It was the first time he had competed in a top-spec, Open-class car.

Burke is no stranger to rallying, as he learned from his father, Seamus Burke a 2-time US rally champion.

In 2010, Burke became Rally-America Rookie of the Year.