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Although the player cannot directly be a famous celebrity driver, there are a number of drivers in DiRT 3 that can be raced against.

Major drivers[]

Ken Block[]

American YouTube star, rally driver, and DC Shoes founder. In-game, he appears in Open- and Pro Rally events, and also Gymkhana. He is the Gymkhana teacher/instructor in the Gymkhana Academy.


Tanner Foust[]

American Rallycross and stunt driver, as well as X-Games gold medallist and Top Gear USA host. He appears, in-game, in Rallycross and Gymkhana events (but only when his DLC Scion tC Formula Drift car is purchased).


Liam Doran[]

Formidable Rallycross driver, who only in his second year of competition is on podiums. In-game, he appears in Rallycross events only.


Jonas Andromeda (PC version only)[]

American racing driver and senior police officer.


Jean-Luc Pailler (PC version only)[]

French Rallycross driver who competed the European Rallycross Championship. In-game, he has an average skill other than Liam Doran and appears in Rallycross events only.


Kris Meeke[]

British rally driver and Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion. Competed in the 2011 World Rally Championship for Mini.


Sébastien Ogier[]

French rally driver, 2013 World Rally Champion, currently competing in the World Rally Championship.


Sébastien Loeb[]

French rally driver who won 9 times WRC champion.


Jon Tucker[]

A Chief Game Designer for Codemasters and amateur rally driver.


Roland Holzer[]

German professional motorsport competitor. Drives cars with the DC Shoes Race Works livery.


Gareth Jones[]

Welsh amateur motorsport competitor. Drives vehicles with the Castrol Racing livery.


Mohammed Ben Sulayem[]

Vice President for Sport of the FIA and the most successful arab racing driver in history, winning 14 championships and a total of 61 rally wins. Owner of Ben Sulayem Performance tuning shop. He uses each cars with OXY Motorsport livery.


Minor drivers[]

These are the fictional minor drivers in game.

  • Darren Lynch (Ireland)
  • Max Davison (Australia)
  • Graeme Halliday (New Zealand)
  • Jason Porter (Australia)
  • Ruben Martinez (Mexico)
  • Johnny Adams (USA)
  • Syd Van Der Linde (South Africa)
  • Esteban Fernandez (Argentina)
  • Pedro Ramos (Portugal)
  • Henri Saarinen (Finland)
  • Mika Vilander (Finland)
  • Pierluigi Costantini (Italy)
  • Stefano Ravaglia (Italy)
  • Pierre Laurent (France)
  • Craig Stewart (Scotland)
  • Didier Bernard (France)
  • Fraser McDonald (Scotland)
  • Jens Axelsson (Sweden)
  • Jaime Garcia (Spain)
  • Yuji Taniguchi (Japan)
  • Tom Harrison (England)
  • Sig Kristiansen (Norway)
  • Greg Spengler (Canada)
  • Karl Gartner (Austria)
  • Dimitri Smetsky (Russia)
  • Miguel Braga
  • Hiroki Nakajima (Japan)
  • Rick Dalton
  • Damien Baker
  • Sergio Gonzalez
  • Alex Scherrer
  • Heikki Hamalainen
  • Sally Freeman
  • Bertrand Duez (Belgium)

Deleted drivers[]

These are the drivers confirmed by Paul Coleman that were to be featured in DiRT 3, but were cut in development. Deleted drivers are only mentioned in the internal database file.

  • Mikko Hirvonen
  • Travis Pastrana
  • Dave Mirra
  • Sverre Isachsen
  • Kenneth Hansen
  • Colin McRae
  • Jari-Matti Latvala
  • Luca Rossetti
  • Rhys Millen
  • Patrick Dempsey
  • Nobuhiro Tajima
  • Yazeed Al Radjhi
  • Robby Gordon
  • Katie Justice
  • Daniel Hayes
  • Jayde Taylor