Enzo Ide

Enzo Ide followed a somewhat unconventional route into rallycross. Beginning his career in sportscars in the domestic Belcar series in 2010, he graduated to the FIA GT3 European Championship the following year, piloting an Audi R8 LMS for Audi Club Team WRT.

Nationality BEL
Date of Birth 22 June, 1991
Birthplace Tielt, Belgium
Team EKS
Car  Audi S1
Car number 91
Euro RX wins 0
Euro RX podiums 1

 

Enzo Ide followed a somewhat unconventional route into rallycross. Beginning his career in sportscars in the domestic Belcar series in 2010, he graduated to the FIA GT3 European Championship the following year, piloting an Audi R8 LMS for Audi Club Team WRT and winning three races on his way to third in the overall classification. He secured the same final position in Belcar, while triumphing in the 24 Hours of Zolder. 

In 2012, Ide stepped up again to the FIA GT1 World Championship behind the wheel of an AF Corse-run Ferrari 458 Italia GT3, before switching to the Blancpain GT Series’ Sprint and Endurance Cups in 2013 in a Phoenix Racing GmbH Audi R8 LMS GT3. He continued to contest the Blancpain Sprint series until 2017, winning the title in his penultimate season courtesy of four victories from ten starts.

Transitioning to rallycross in 2019, the Belgian made his debut in the dual-surface discipline in his home World RX event at Spa-Francorchamps in a JC Raceteknik-entered Audi S1. He returned in Barcelona the following year – advancing to the semi-final on the second day of the double-header season finale – and twice reached the rostrum in a one-off appearance in the British Rallycross Championship.

In 2021, Ide embarked upon his maiden full campaign in the World Championship alongside Johan Kristoffersson in an Audi S1 EKS RX Quattro fielded by EKS JC, increasingly honing his craft as he fought his way into the final more often than not. A best finish of fourth place at Höljes was complemented by his first fastest qualifying time at the Nürburgring. In 2022, he moved across to Euro RX1 with EKS, scooping the runner-up spoils first time out at Nyirád in Hungary.