The pair formed by Jean-François and Aline participated together for the first time in the Critérium des Cévennes in 1990 with a Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

The experienced French Jean-François Berenguer, along with his usual co-driver and wife Aline Berenguer-Marès, will debut at the first test of the European Championship of Historic Vehicles to be held in the Catalan town of Girona. Despite racing with an Opel Manta 400 during the last two seasons, the French team will participate in the category of Speed ​​with a BMW M3 manufactured in 1989. During the last season 2016, Berenguer acquired the BMW M3 of Fernando Silva, vehicle that was redesigned with a new bodywork and adapted to the evolutions FIA Group A.

Berenguer stands out for a trajectory full of national and international tests, accumulating a total of 150 rally starts. Among his numerous victories, the most recent ones have been in the Rallye National de Balagne HCV, in the Rallye International du Maroc Historique and in the Rallye National du Vallespir. Jean-François Berenguer began his career as a pilot in 1987 in the French test Critérium des Cévennes with an Opel Manta GT/E, having driven cars as a Saxos KitCar, A Saxos S1600, a Megane Maxi or a Subaru WRC.