While watching the top teams compete is always a great experience, we hope to see Sylvain Vincent and his son Simon show up. A lot of younger rally fans may not even realize who Sylvain Vincent is. Sylvain is one of only 13 drivers to have attained “Grand Master” status, with more than 2000 lifetime points collected in the Canadian National Rally Championship. The amazing thing is, he is the only driver to have achieved that status without ever recording a single National win. Sylvain is like the Stirling Moss of Canadian rallying. Many people believe Stirling Moss to be the best Formula 1 driver ever not to have won a World Championship.
Before retiring, Sylvain Vincent competed in Open-Class Subarus consistently finishing second against such Canadian rallying legends as Frank Sprongl, Carl Merril and Tom McGeer. Sylvain recently came out of retirement to start rallying again with his son, Simon, as co-driver. And he’s doing it with style in a RWD Group-2 Corolla.
|Year||Event||OA Pos||Class||Cl Pos||AS||SF|
|2015||RALLY OF THE TALL PINES||1||O4WD||DRIVER||88.59||2015||RALLYE DEFI||4||O4WD||DRIVER||70.27||2015||RALLYE BAIE DES CHALEURS||O4WD||DRIVER||2015||RALLYE PERCE-NEIGE MANIWAKI||2||O4WD||DRIVER||75.77||2014||RALLY OF THE TALL PINES||3||O4WD||DRIVER||77.61||2014||RALLYE DEFI||6||O4WD||DRIVER||78.18||2014||RALLYE BAIE DES CHALEURS||5||O4WD||DRIVER||73.20||2014||RALLYE PERCE-NEIGE MANIWAKI||5||O4WD||DRIVER||64.64|