(gbr) 1.81m / 84kg


Car racing, rally


SuperB, Stilo, OMP, BF Goodrich, FACOM

2021: 88th (T3)

Five time winner in WRC
Five time winner in IRC (champion in 2009)


“The organizers are really bringing it to the limit!”

The G Rally team had to face last minute changes in his 2024 Dakar squad. The initial driver, Kees Koolen, had to withdraw from the competition due to personal matters. His replacement is the talented WRC driver Kris Meeke, who already had his first experience in the competition in 2021. The 2009 Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion fell in love with the Saudi desert and even won stages in T3, even if his overall result (88th) does not reflect his level. As in his previous participation, he will once again be accompanied by the experienced Dutchman Wouter Rosegaar, who has been in sixteen Dakar editions since 2006. He’s one of the best co-driver of his generation and will try to guide Kris to new successes. We definitely have here two outsiders aiming to join the big party!

K.M: “I’ve got to say a big thanks to Kees for this opportunity. His co-driver Wouter Rosegaar suggested me and Kees agreed. I’m delighted to be back here! Honestly, it’s been a real itch for me to get another shot from the first time I did Dakar. This year’s event will be a true marathon, the organizers are really bringing it to the limit! It’s an adventure, but it’s extreme. Honestly, it’s just mega cool to be doing it again. I can’t wait to drive!”




  • OT3
  • Overdrive
  • G Rally Team
  • T3.1: Lightweight Prototype Cross-Country

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