Grégoire De Mévius
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|Born||16 August 1962|
|World Rally Championship record|
|Teams||Subaru, Ford, Mazda, Nissan|
|First rally||1988 1000 Lakes Rally|
|Last rally||2001 Network Q Rally of Great Britain|
Baron Grégoire de Mevius (born 16 August 1962) is a Belgium rally driver active in the years 1988–2001. He first broke out into the World Rally Championship scene racing in the Group N category in the Mazda 323. With an unsuccessful spell of Group A races in 1990, he was never considered to be a talent in spotlight of rally stardom. However, in 1993 he finally managed to secure a place as a privateer in the Group A WRC category. Although he never challenged for the title effectively, he made some good efforts scoring within the top 6 in several gravel rallies. His best result was in the 1998 Network Q Rally of Great Britain where he secured a 4th place in the Privateer Belgacom Turbo Team' Subaru Impreza.
His son is also a rally driver, Ghislain de Mevius.
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