WRC 11 Drivers & Teams: Full 2022 list, Ogier, Loeb, Sordo, & more

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WRC 11 is on the way, and we're hyped! The 2022 season is already underway, so we know which drivers and teams we can expect to see in WRC 11. Here's the full list of what we can expect later this year!

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WRC 11 Teams and Drivers

There are a total of three manufacturers in the 2022 WRC season. These are Ford, Hyundai and Toyota. There are a total of 13 drivers for these outfits, with another four being privateers driving Fords.

Manufacturer Car No. Driver Co-driver
FordM-Sport Ford WRT16Adrien FourmauxAlexandre Coria
FordM-Sport Ford WRT19Sebastian LoebIsabelle Galmiche
FordM-Sport Ford WRT42Craig BreenNagle
FordM-Sport Ford WRT44Gus GreensmithJonas Andersson
HyundaiHyundai i20 N Rally12Oliver SolbergElliott Edmondson
HyundaiHyundai i20 N Rally16Dani SordoCandido Cerrera
HyundaiHyundai i20 N Rally18Ott TanakMartin Jarveoja
HyundaiHyundai i20 N Rally111Thierry NeuvilleMartijn Wydaeghe
ToyotaToyota GR Yaris Rally11Sebastian OgierBenjamin Vellias
ToyotaToyota GR Yaris Rally14Esapekka LappiJanne Ferm
ToyotaToyota GR Yaris Rally133Elfyn EvansScott Martin
ToyotaToyota GR Yaris Rally169Kalle RovanperaJonne Halttunen
ToyotaToyota GR Yaris Rally118Takamoto KatsutaAaron Johnston

It should be noted that both Sebastian Loeb and Seb Ogier have only entered the Monte Carlo Grand Prix so far. As these are one-off appearances, it is doubtful that they will be included in the WRC 11 regular season.

However, it is possible and can't be ruled out.

Will we see classic drivers?

Historical content is an important part of the WRC video games. Both classic events and cars have been a big attraction in WRC 10, but what about drivers and co-drivers?

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BLAST FROM THE PAST? But will we see old drivers?
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BLAST FROM THE PAST? But will we see old drivers?

Well, we haven't heard anything like this being suggested yet, but it could happen. Games like MotoGP 21 and F1 2021 both have classic, or legendary, drivers in them, so it makes sense to think about it.

Playing as or against legends like Carlos Sainz, Stig Blomqvist and of course, the great Colin McRae, would be so much fun. It's cool to rally against the cars they drove, but nothing compared to being actual representations of them.