- Citroen Total World Rally Team 1999 - present
Co-drives for:Dani Sordo
Over the years, Marc Marti has earned the reputation of being one of the steadiest co-drivers on the World Rally Championship scene. After eight years of working with Oriel Gomez in a front-wheel-drive Peugeot, in Renaults and Seats, Marti moved on to the Citroen Total World Rally Team, in 1999. Here, he was teamed up with the king of asphalt, Jesus Puras.
This relationship lasted only till double champion, Carlos Sainz, lost his co-driver, and long time partner, Luis Moya, to an injury during testing. Sainz needed a one-off co-driver and Marti fit the bill. He picked Marti, who in turn took the role full-time when Moya and Sainz stopped working together at the end of 2003. Marti helped Sainz maintain his winning record.
After Sainz’s retirement, at the end of 2004, Marti took on the role of reading notes for Sainz
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