by Rob Styles
Born in September 2000, Marquito Bulacia Wilkinson has proved has both speed and talent at a very young age. His career was prompted at an early age by his father, Marco Bulacia, traditional driver at the Dakar Rally.
After a memorable season – last year where he was seen nominated twice by Skoda Motorsport to score WRCpro points Marco Bulacia Wilkinson will take another great step in his Motorsport sports career.
The 19-year-old driver will join the new FIA WRC3 Championship, driving a brand-new Citroën C3 R5, with the support of the two chevrons brand and the technical management of ‘Tagai Racing Technology’, based in Hungary.
It’s reported and confirmed by Marquito Bulacia Racing Facebook page that the young Bolivian will tackle seven WRC rounds in the Citroën C3 R5 car professional managed by Tagai Racing Technology and these are
Rally Mexico 🇲🇽 , Rally Argentina 🇦🇷, Rally Portugal 🇵🇹, Rally Italy 🇮🇹, Rally Turkey 🇹🇷 and either Rally Kenya 🇰🇪 SafariRally or Finland Neste Rally to make the total 7 rounds
The Bolivian teenager now in the C3 R5 is looked at as one of future South American WRC star and has tested most of the brands like the Ford fiesta R5, Skoda Fabia R5 to the new deal of Citroën in conjunction with chevrons brand and the technical management of ‘Tagai Racing Technology’,