|Date of Birth||28 September, 1992|
|Birthplace||Gran Canaria, Spain|
Pablo Suárez began his off-road career competing in gravel rallysprints at the age of 16, before branching out to take part in hillclimbs, autocross and even ice racing.
The Gran Canaria native completed the full 2010 campaign in the Andorra Ice Racing Series, but soon turned his attentions to more traditional surfaces and was crowned the 2014 Canary Islands Group N (FWD) Tarmac Rally Champion. Appearances in a number of other categories followed, before he secured a second-place finish in-class in the FIA World Rally Championship at RallyRACC Catalunya in 2017.
The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted preparations for a transition to rallycross, although a Supercar Lites test at Nysum in Denmark in 2020 rekindled Suárez’s aspirations in the discipline, paving the way for a move into RX2e in 2021. Following a close three-way fight with Patrick O’Donovan and Isak Sjökvist, a maiden podium finish in the Nürburgring finale earned him third in the championship on countback, prior to returning for a second season in the all-electric series in 2022.