Bryan Bouffier

Bryan Bouffier ( born December 1, 1978 in The ) is a French rally driver.


Bryan Bouffier is the son of former rally driver Philippe Bouffier. 1999 ended this his rally career and helped his son get started in motorsport. In the same year Bryan Bouffier participated with a Renault Clio Group N to its first two regional rallies. As a finalist of a driver evaluation of the French motorsport federation FFSA he was allowed in 2000 to earn his first season in the brand trophy Volant Peugeot 206, in 2002 he finally won.

2003 Sports Bouffier works driver of Peugeot and took three years, in part with a Peugeot 206 S1600 on the French Rally Championship. He reached the fourth place in the ranking of the Super 1600 cars in 2003. In 2004, the eighth place in the overall standings. In 2005, he improved to the third championship course and that he was the best driver with a Super 1600 car.

2006 started Bouffier in his first season in international rallying. He drove a few rallies in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge and the European Rally Championship in a Peugeot 206 S1600 Peugeot Sport España. After initial difficulties, the successes came end of the season, when he finished first decide on the Barum Rally Zlín in third place and went on to win the Rallye Antibes Cote d' Azur. The season ended Bouffier in fifth place in the ranking of the European Championship.

In 2007, Bouffier with a Citroën C2 R2 in the Rally Sardinia for the first time on a run of the World Rally Championship in part. Then he played most of the season in the Polish Rally Championship, in which he drove a Peugeot 207 S2000 Peugeot Sport Polska. He won four of six driven rallies and won the championship. 2008 Bouffier was victorious in five rallies in the Polish Championship and succeeded in defending the title. His team put him even with two rounds of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. He reached number three on the Barum Rally Zlín and fourth place in the Rallye International du Valais.

After Peugeot Sport Polska ended his rally program, changed Bouffier 2009 Malkom Rally Team, which provided him a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX Group N. He arrived in the Polish Championship victory and won a tight points clear his third championship in a row. He also walked away with a Proton Satria Neo S2000 in Barum Rally Zlín back to the start.

The 2010 season began with a Bouffier use in the Subaru Impreza WRX STI by Tommi Mäkinen Racing at the Rallye Monte Carlo 2010. Subsequently he went primarily with a Peugeot 207 S2000 in the French Rally Championship. With three wins and three additional podium finishes, he sat down for the title once again fell through and won the French championship. He took on Peugeot also participate in individual rallies in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, but remained unsuccessful.

2011 denied Bouffier in a Peugeot 207 S2000 Peugeot Sport's first complete season in the IRC. At the season opener, the Monte Carlo Rally in 2011, he chose for himself androhendem snowfall in contrast to most competitors winter tires. After it starts to snow, he drove it faster times and so took over the overall lead, which he defended until the end. In the prestigious Monte Carlo Rally him his first victory in a run of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge succeeded so. More podiums, he scored a second place at Yalta and third places in Sanremo and Scotland. At the end of the year he was ranked 6 of IRC - closing event.

In 2012 he played again a few rounds of the IRC, but in addition he also started at rallies the French asphalt championship. He was overall not very successful this year in both competitions and ended up in the overall rankings of the events respectively outside the top ten. His biggest success this year was a 3rd place in the IRC for scoring Azores rally.

2013 started Bouffier mostly in the European Rally Championship (ERC ) with a rented Peugeot 207 S2000 as well as at selected rallies in the World Rally Championship, where he scored the fifth place at the Monte Carlo Rally with Citroen DS3 WRC. In the overall standings of the European Rally Championship, he managed with a victory at the Corsica Rally and some other top rankings to second place behind the Czech Jan Kopecky. He also competed in some rounds of the Polish state championship with a Peugeot 208 R2 in the rating of the two-wheel drive vehicles.



  • Polish Rally Championship: 2007, 2008, 2009
  • French Rally Championship: 2010

WRC results

IRC results