Keith Cronin

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Keith Cronin
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Cronin at service before the start of the 2010 Rally Scotland
Nationality Republic of Ireland Irish
Born (1986-07-18) 18 July 1986 (age 30)
British Rally Championship career
Debut season 2004
Current team Autosport Technology
Co-driver Barry McNulty, Greg Shinnors, Marshall Clark
Best finish 1st in Bulldog and Isle of Man
Championship titles
2009, 2010, 2012 British Rally Championship

Keith Cronin (born 18 July 1986) is an Irish rally driver. He won the 2009 British Rally Championship, in his first year in the series, defeating multiple champion Mark Higgins in his privately entered TTec Rally Prep, Cronin Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX. Cronin successfully defended his title in 2010 driving a Subaru Impreza.[1] After missing the 2011 season, he returned to the Championship in 2012. He won three out of six events in his Citroen DS3 R3, meaning he won the overall title for the third time in his career.[2] His current co-driver is Marshall Clarke.

In addition to competing in national events, in 2010 Cronin took part in two Intercontinental Rally Challenge events driving a Proton Satria Neo S2000 for the Proton R3 Malaysia Rally Team.[3]

In 2012, Cronin also competed in three rounds of the French Citroen Racing Trophy.[1]

In 2013, Keith won the Galway International Rally in a Subaru S11 WRC.[4]


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