Sebastian Marshall in 2017
|Born||29 May 1988|
Tunbridge Wells, England
|World Rally Championship record|
Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
|First rally||2008 Rallye Deutschland|
|Last rally||2019 Rally Chile|
In January 2015, it was announced he would be co-driving for Kevin Abbring for Hyundai Motorsport in the World Rally Championship. While their main focus would be the development of the new Hyundai i20 WRC, Abbring and Marshall were also entered on selected WRC events later in the year.
In the 2017 Rally de Portugal, he replaced Hayden Paddon's then veteran co-driver John Kennard, who was retired from professional career in the previous round. Marshall scored his first podium in Poland, and later in Australia, the crew achieved their second podium finsh of the season.
* Season still in progress.
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- Cozens, Jack (4 December 2018). "Toyota WRC team reveals Seb Marshall as Kris Meeke's co-driver". autosport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved 4 December 2018.
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- Sebastian Marshall's e-wrc profile