Another to have cut his teeth in kart racing, Raymond turned his attention to rallycross in 2013
when he started in the Twingo Cup run within the French championship. Winning the one-make series, Raymond received the prize of a drive in the French Championship’s Super1600 class the following year. Claiming his second championship win in as many years provided the springboard to international competition.
After a single RX2 event in 2015 – in which he placed second at Barcelona – Raymond returned to the World RX feeder series in 2016, winning two of the seven events and claiming the title. Defending the title in 2017, Raymond won six of the seven events to add another championship title to his cv.
In the 2018 season Raymond drove a Peugeot 208 in the FIA European Rallycross Championship for Supercar. Missing the opening round of the series, Raymond nonetheless challenged for the title, winning his home event in France, and ending the year third in the championship.
2019 World RX Driver Standings
|1||Kevin HANSEN Peugeot 208||69|
|2||Timmy HANSEN Peugeot 208||58|
|3||Timur TIMERZYANOV Hyundai i20||53|
|4||Janis BAUMANIS Ford Fiesta||52|
|5||Andreas BAKKERUD Audi S1||51|
|6||Niclas GRÖNHOLM Hyundai i20||48|
|7||Liam DORAN Audi S1||43|
|8||Timo SCHEIDER Seat Ibiza||37|
|9||Krisztián SZABÓ Audi S1||35|
|10||Anton MARKLUND Renault Megane RS||31|