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How Chris Ingram ended Britain’s 52-year wait for a European rally title

thought his dream was over but crowdfunding got him back on track to win the European Rally ChampionshipChris Ingram was crestfallen as, sat alongside his co-driver Ross Whittock, they realised that after a gruelling six rounds and 220km across the Czech Republic, they had lost the final stage of the race, and the £100,000 prize for being the best driver under 27 at the European Rally Championship, by a whisker – 0.3 seconds. “It was the cruellest blow,” says Ingram. “At the stop line, we just sat in the car, absolutely devastated.”
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